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Too Marvelous for Words
Composer
Richard A. Whiting
Lyricist
Johnny Mercer
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1956
Recording
October, 1955
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"Too Marvelous for Words" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1956 album Songs for Swingin' Lovers!.

History Edit

"Too Marvelous for Words" was written by Johnny Mercer with a composition by Richard Whiting. Written in 1937, this song was written primarily for the Warner Brothers film Ready, Willing, and Able. It was later used for hte 1947 film Dark Passage.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

You're just too marvelous
Too marvelous for words
Like glorious, glamorous
And that old standby amorous

It's all too wonderful
I'll never find the words
That say enough, tell enough
I mean just that they aren't swell enough

You're much too much, and just too very very
To ever be in webster's dictionary
And so I'm borrowing a love song from the birds
To tell you that you're marvelous
Too marvelous for words

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