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Why Try to Change Me Now?
Composer
Joseph Allan McCarthy
Lyricist
Cy Coleman
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Columbia Records (1952)
No One Cares (1959)
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Release
1959
Recording
March 1959
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"Why Try to Change Me Now?" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1959 album, No One Cares.

Lyrics Edit

I'm sentimental
So I walk in the rain
I've got some habits
Even I can't explain
Could start for the corner
Turn up in Spain
But why try to change me now
I sit and daydream
I've got daydreams galore
Cigarette ashes
There they go on the floor
I'll go away weekends
Leave my keys in the door
But why try to change me now
Why can't I be more conventional
People talk
People stare
So I try
But that's not for me
Cause I can't see
My kind of crazy world
Go passing me by
So let people wonder
Let 'em laugh
Let 'em frown
You know I'll love you
Till the moon's upside down
Don't you remember
I was always your clown
Why try to change me now

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