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Ring-a-Ding Ding!
Composer
Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Jimmy Van Heusen
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March 14, 1961
Recording
December 19, 1960
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"Ring-a-Ding Ding!, is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding!.

LyricsEdit

Life is dull, it's nothing but one big lull, then presto you do a skull
And find that you're reeling, she sighs and you're feeling like a toy on a string
And your heart goes: "Ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding"
How could that funny face that seemed to be common place
Project you right in to space. without any warning
Don't know if its morning, night-time, winter or spring
What's the difference: Ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding
She takes (grabs) your hand - this captivating creature
And like its planned - you're in the phone book looking (hunting) for the nearest preacher
Life is swell, you're off to that small hotel, and somewhere a village bell
Will sound in the steeple, announcing to people, Love's the loveliest thing
And the bell goes: "Ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding
Ring-a-ding ding, ring-a-ding ding"

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