Who Sang Almost Like Being in Love? Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Come Swing With Me! cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe
release date: 1961
length: 2:04
conductor: Billy May
arranger: Heinie Beau
orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
trumpet: Vito N. Mangano, Manny Klein, Johnny Best, Stu Williamson, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy, Joe Graves, Conrad Gozzo, Shorty Sherock and Ray Triscari
trombone: Kenneth Trimble, C. E. Carpenter, James Henderson, Lew McCreary, Frank Rosolino, Tommy Shepard and Ken Shroyer
French horn: James Decker, Richard Perissi, Vincent DeRosa and Fred Fox
tuba: Phil Stephens
guitar: Bobby Gibbons
double bass: Joe Comfort
piano: Bill Miller
harp: Kathryn Julye
vocal: Frank Sinatra
drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
composer: Frederick Loewe
lyricist: Alan Jay Lerner
What a day this has been!
What a rare mood I'm in!
Why, it's almost like being in love

There's a smile on my face
For the whole human race
Why it's almost like being in love

All the music of life seems to be
Like a bell that is ringing for me
And from the way that I feel
When the bell starts to peal
I would swear I was falling
I could swear I was falling
It's almost like being in love



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Day by Day
  • 2 Sentimental Journey
  • 3 Almost Like Being in Love
  • 4 Five Minutes More
  • 5 American Beauty Rose
  • 6 Yes Indeed!
  • 7 On the Sunny Side of the Street
  • 8 Don't Take Your Love From Me
  • 9 That Old Black Magic
  • 10 Lover
  • 11 Paper Doll
  • 12 I've Heard That Song Before