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I'm Glad There Is You
Composer
Jimmy Dorsey
Lyricist
Paul Madeira Mertz
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1952
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"I'm Glad There Is You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as a single along with a B-side of "You Can Take My Word for It Baby." This 1952 single featured no charting songs, however.[1]

Lyrics Edit

In this world of ordinary people
Extraordinary people
I'm glad there is you

In this world of over-rated pleasures
Of under-rated treasures
I'm so glad there is you

I live to love, I love to live with you beside me
This role so new, I'll muddle through with you to guide me

In this world where many, many play at love
And hardly any stay in love
I'm glad there is you

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In this world where many, many play at love
And hardly any stay in love
I'm glad there is you

More than ever, I'm glad there is you

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/im-glad-there-is-you-360/

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