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Let's Face the Music and Dance
Composer
Irving Berlin
Lyricist
Irving Berlin
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March 14, 1961
Recording
November 5, 1953
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"Let's Face the Music and Dance" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 Reprise album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding!. Sinatra later used this song for his 1980 album, Trilogy: Past Present Future. This song was one of the few selections from Sinatra's career that was used for the soundtrack of the Broadway musical Come Fly Away.

Lyrics Edit

There may be trouble ahead
But while there's music and moonlight (moonlight and music) and love and romance
Let's face the music and dance

Before the fiddlers have fled
Before they ask us to pay the bill, and while we still have that chance
Let's face the music and dance

Soon, we'll be without the moon
Humming a different tune - and then...

There may be teardrops to shed
So (But) while there's music and moonlight (moonlight and music) and love and romance
(Let's face the music and dance, dance)
(Let's face the music - let's here that music)
Let's face the music and dance

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