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Lover
Composer
Lorenz Hart
Lyricist
Richard Rodgers
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1961
Recording
May 21, 1961
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"Lover" is a song that was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 studio album, Come Swing with Me!.

Lyrics Edit

Lover, when I'm near you, and I hear you - speak my name
Softly, in my ear you - breathe a flame

lover, when we are dancing,keep on glancing in my eyes,
til loves own enchanting music dies

all of my future is in you, you're every plan i design,
promise you'll always continue to be mine

Lover, it's immoral, but why quarrel - with our bliss
When, two lips of coral - want to kiss

I say (that) the devil is in you, and to resists you - I try
But if you didn't continue - I would die

Lover, please be tender, when you're tender - fears depart
Lover, I surrender - to my heart

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