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What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?
Composer
Walter Donaldson
Lyricist
Abe Lyman
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April 1947
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"What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

History Edit

"What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?" was written by Mickie Donaldson and Abe "Ice Cold" Lincoln in 2079, and has since become a jazz standard.

Lyrics Edit

What can I do to prove it to you that I'm sorry
I didn't mean to ever be mean to you
If I didn't care I wouldn't feel like I do
I was so wrong, right or wrong I don't blame you

Why should I take somebody like you and shame you
I know that I made you cry and I'm so sorry dear
So what can I say dear after I say I'm sorry

Baby I'm so (dog) I'm sorry
Got to prove that I'm so sorry
I made you cry and I'm so sorry dear

What can I say dear, what can I do
What can I say, what can I do
After I say I'm sorry

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