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I Believe in You
Composer
Frank Loesser
Lyricist
Frank Loesser
Published
August, 1964
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Release
August, 1964
Recording
June 9, 1964
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Audio
It Might as Well Be Swing - I Believe in You
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"I Believe in You" is a song from Frank Sinatra's 1964 album It Might as Well Be Swing.

Lyrics Edit

You have the cool clear eyes of a seeker of wisdom and truth,
Yet there's that upturned chin and the grin of impetuous youth,
I believe in you, I believe in you.

I hear the sound of good solid judgment whenever you talk,
Yet there's that bold, brave, spring of the tiger that quickens your walk,
I believe in you, I believe in you.

And when my faith in my fellow man all but falls apart,
I've but to feel your hand grasping mine, and I take heart,
I take heart to see the cool clear eyes of a seeker of wisdom and truth,
Yet there's that slam, bang, tang, reminiscent of gin and Vermouth,
Now I believe in you, I believe in you.

I believe in you, I believe in you, I believe, I believe in you.

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