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I'm Glad There Is You
by Frank Sinatra

In this world of ordinary people
Extraordinary people
I'm glad there is you

In this world of over-rated pleasures
Of under-rated treasures
I'm so glad there is you

I live to love, I love to live with you beside me
This role so new, I'll muddle through with you to guide me

In this world where many, many play at love
And hardly any stay in love
I'm glad there is you

In this world where many, many play at love
And hardly any stay in love
I'm glad there is you

More than ever, I'm glad there is you

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God this Guy was such a lovely singer !


Jimmy Dorsey composed "I'm Glad There is You" with Paul Mertz in 1941 and released the song as a Decca B side with Bob Eberle on vocals. Jimmy Dorsey re-recorded the song in 1946 as an A side on Decca with Dee Parker on vocals. The song has become a jazz and pop standard. Everyone from Ella to Sarah to Rosemary to Smokey Robinson to The Temptations and Beyonce Knowles have recorded the song. Tony Bennett and Johnny Mathis have also recorded this Jimmy Dorsey classic.


I have heard so many versions of this song, but this one is beautiful and so perfect..


Ol' Blue Eyes is the greatest!  But check out Sammy Davis Jr. on this song, it is one of the best versions around.


The vocals and the instrumental are phenomenal, which should go without saying, but the lyrics, right down to the title, are so poetic and sound so genuine. Just a wonderful, timeless piece of music.


I danced to this song at my wedding 35 years ago. I am divorced now, and he is married to another, but I am remembering and happy to hear this.

John Benn

I agree 100& Also listen to Carmen McRae's version--it's stunning!

Carlton Boyd

I could listing to Mr Sinatra all day


Such beautiful words.


Thanks for info (and for posting). Do you have the date of this recording/release, and who arranged the orchestral background? Thanks.

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