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Tell Me Why
The Four Aces Lyrics


Tell me why, though I try to forget
Tell me why, why I think of you yet
I know I'll never be free
What has happened to me?

Tell me why, when we danced until three
Tell me why, why my heart couldn't see
I never dreamed of romance
Never gave it a chance

When I think of how you looked that day
In your gown of silk and lace
Should have known the day you came my way
That this was the time and the place

Tell me why I keep fooling my heart
When I know it was love from the start
Why don't we give it a try?
If you know, tell me why

Tell me why I keep fooling my heart
When I know it was love from the start
Why don't we give it a try?
If you know, tell me why

Tell me.
Tell me why

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: AL ALBERTS, MARTY GOLD

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Comments from YouTube:

bluegardenia29

This is when music was real music. Nothing from today compares to these groups and songs...so many memories.

Alejandro Rodríguez

I think your position is a little closed, there are plenty of groups making music like this for new generations, I can think of an example of modern music with vintage vibe that you may like :) art never stops to be great and beautiful

bill/joy cebu

AMEN TO THAT!!!!!!

robin mack

I was 11years old when this song came out (1951)and I still think it's wonderful.

Ronald Ferrari

BILL HALEY

Ronald Ferrari

Bill Haley & the Comets Bill Haley

Ronald Ferrari

robin mack Bill HALEY & the comets

Preston Black

Among the best of the 50's and all the wonderful talented entertainers.  What a great time in our history.

dan fiore

A masterpiece from the golden age of American music.

Dale Johnson

I think of Liberty High School, Liberty, Texas in the 50's and of Judy Franklin, who was a very beautiful woman. I was very blessed to have her as a great friend although we never dated. It was great to have her to share things with -- from songs to friends to things that happened. She went to SMU in Dallas and I went to the University of Texas in Austin but we both ended up in Dallas. She died in 2001 at age 61. We both lived in Dallas. I miss you Judy.

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