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I'm a Fool to Want You
Composer
Joel Herron
Lyricist
Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf
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Columbia single (1951)
Where Are You? (1957)
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Release
1957
Recording
May 1, 1957
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"I'm a Fool to Want You" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1957 album, Where Are You?.

Lyrics Edit

I'm a fool to want you
I'm a fool to want you
To want a love that can't be true
A love that's there for others too

I'm a fool to hold you
Such a fool to hold you
To seek a kiss not mine alone
To share a kiss that Devil has known

Time and time again I said I'd leave you
Time and time again I went away
But then would come the time when I would need you
And once again these words I had to say

Take me back, I love you
...I need you
I know it's wrong, it must be wrong
But right or wrong I can't get along

Without you

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