I Wish I Were in Love Again
Lorenz Hart
Richard Rodgers
November, 1956

"I Wish I Were in Love Again" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1956 album A Swingin' Affair!.

Lyrics Edit

The sleepless nights - the daily fights
The quick toboggan - when you reach the heights
I miss the kisses - and I miss the bites
I wish I were in love again

The broken dates - the endless waits
The lovely loving - and the hateful hates
The conversation - with the flying plates
I wish I were in love again

No more pain - no more strain
Now I'm sane - but I would rather be Ga-Ga

The pulled out fur - of cat and cur
The fine mismating - of a him and her
I've learned my lesson - but I wish I were
In love again

The furtive sigh - the blackened eye
The words: "I love you - 'til the day I die"
The self-deception - that believes the lie
I wish I were in love again

When love congeals - it soon reveals
The faint aroma - of performing seals
The double-crossing - of a pair of heels
I wish I were in love again

No more care - no despair
I'm all there now - but I'd rather be punch-drunk

Believe me sir - I much prefer
The classic battle - between a him and her
I don't like quiet - and I wish I were
In love again

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