My Funny Valentine Lyrics – Frank Sinatra

English 49 January 4, 1954
"My Funny Valentine" is a timeless love song that celebrates the beauty found in uniqueness and genuine connection. It encourages the idea that true love is not bound by societal standards or superficial qualities but is rooted in acceptance, admiration, and the authenticity of the individuals involved. Frank Sinatra's rendition of the song adds a soulful and poignant touch to the expression of love that goes beyond the surface, making it a classic in the realm of romantic ballads. ...Read More

My Funny Valentine Lyrics

[Verse 1: Frank Sinatra]
My funny valentine
Sweet comic valentine
You make me smile with my heart
Your looks are laughable
Unphotographable
Yet you're my favorite work of art

[Chorus: Frank Sinatra]
Is your figure less than Greek
Is your mouth a little weak
When you open it to speak
Are you smart?

[Verse 2: Frank Sinatra]
But don't change a hair for me
Not if you care for me
Stay, little valentine, stay
Each day is Valentine's Day

[Chorus: Frank Sinatra]
Is your figure less than Greek
Is your mouth a little weak
When you open it to speak
Are you smart?

[Repeat-Verse 2: Frank Sinatra]
But don't change a hair for me
Not if you care for me
Stay, little valentine, stay
Each day is Valentine's Day

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Last Update: December 5, 2023

My Funny Valentine Lyrics Meaning

FAQs & Knowledge

Who is the singer of "My Funny Valentine" song?

"My Funny Valentine" song is sung by Frank Sinatra.

Who is the lyrics writer of "My Funny Valentine" song?

"My Funny Valentine" song lyrics written by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart.

Who is the music producer of "My Funny Valentine" song?

"My Funny Valentine" song music composed & produced by Voyle Gilmore.

When was "My Funny Valentine" song released?

"My Funny Valentine" song was released on January 4, 1954.