Track Title:               Why Try To Change Me Now
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 12

Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Arranger:                  Percy Faith
Written by:                Cy Coleman
Written by:                Joseph Allen McCarthy

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?

Transcribed by Ron Hontz

>From material submitted by
Larry Henares of the Philippines