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Love Lies
Composer
Ralph Freed
Lyricist
Joseph Meyer, Carl Sigman
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1940
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"Love Lies" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as a single in 1940 with a B-side of "The Call of the Canyon." This song peaked at #17 while its B-side peaked at #14.[1]

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Lyrics Edit

Love lies have a way of sounding true,
when love lies comes from one as sweet as you,
I know I'm not an angel, dear,
but when you say that I am,
hh how I love to hear you.
Tell me, are you thrilled each time we meet,
and tell me, how I sweep you off your feet,
Although I don't believe a word,
they're the sweetest love lies that I have ever heard.

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/love-lies-395/

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