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The Man in the Looking Glass
Composer
Bart Howard
Lyricist
Bart Howard
Published
October 1965
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"The Man in the Looking Glass" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1965 album September of My Years.

Lyrics Edit

I've seen that face before
That face that I see in the mirror
I know that face
I've seen that face before

I knew that dopey guy
When he didn't know how to tie his tie
He stood right there and he had hair galore

The man in the looking glass
Who can he be
The man in the looking glass
Can he possibly be me

Where's our young romeo
The lad who used to sigh
Who's the middle age lothario
With the twinkle in his eye

He seem so much wiser now
Less lonely but then
Could be he's only pretending again
Man in the looking glass smiling away
How's your sacroiliac today

Where's your first love affair
That tragedy diam-our
The true love you thought would be
The end of you for sure

The man in the looking glass
Have no regrets
The man who's wise never forgets
That life is worth living if once in a while
You can look in that looking glass and smile

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