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I'll Never Be the Same
Composer
Frank Signorelli
Lyricist
Gus Kahn, Matty Malneck
Published
1955
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Release
1955
Recording
March 4, 1955
Royalties
Audio
In the Wee Small Hours - I'll Never Be the Same
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"I'll Never Be the Same" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1955 album In the Wee Small Hours.

History Edit

"I'll Never Be the Same" was written by Gus Kahn and Matty Malneck. The music of the song, however, were written by Frank Signorelli.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

I'll never be the same,
stars have lost their meaning for me,
I'll never be the same,
nothing's what it once used to be,
And when the sun-birds that sing tell me it's spring,
I can't believe their song,
once love was king,
but kings can be wrong,
I'll never be the same,
there is such an ache in my heart.
Never be the same,
since we're apart.
Though there's a lot that a smile may hide,
I know down deep inside,
I'll never be the same,
never be the same again.
I'll never be the same,
never be the same again.

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