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She's Funny That Way
Composer
Richard A. Whiting
Lyricist
Neil Moret
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April 1947
Recording
January 9, 1947
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"She's Funny That Way" is a song originally from Songs by Sinatra. It was later rerecorded and featured in Frank Sinatra's 1960 album Nice 'n' Easy.

Lyrics Edit

I'm not much to look at, nothin' to see
Just glad I'm livin' and happy to be
I got a woman, crazy for me
She's funny that way

I can't save a dollar, ain't worth a cent
She'd never holler, she'd live in a tent
I got a woman, crazy for me
She's funny that way

Though she'd love to work and slave for me every day
She'd be so much better off if I went away

But why should I leave her, why should I go?
She'd be unhappy without me, I know
I got a woman, crazy for me
She's funny that way

When I hurt her feelin's once in a while
Her only answer is one little smile
I got a woman, crazy for me
She's funny that way

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