a fine romance lyrics


By Cynthia-G-Toups

A Fine Romance” is a classic song that was famously performed by Frank Sinatra. The lyrics, written by Dorothy Fields and composed by Jerome Kern, describe the ups and downs of a romantic relationship. The song’s playful and witty tone captures the excitement and uncertainty of falling in love. Sinatra’s smooth and effortless vocals add to the charm of the song and convey a sense of optimism despite the potential difficulties of a new romance. “A Fine Romance” has become a timeless classic and is still enjoyed by audiences today as a testament to the enduring nature of love and the joys and challenges that come with it.

a fine romance lyrics

a fine romance lyrics


A fine romance with no kisses
A fine romance, my friend this is

We should be like
A couple of hot tomatoes
But you’re as cold as
Yesterday’s mashed potatoes

A fine romance, you won’t nestle
A fine romance, you won’t wrestle

I might as well play bridge
With my old maid aunt
I haven’t got a chance
This is a fine romance

A fine romance, my good fellow
You take romance, I’ll take jello

You’re calmer than the seals
In the Arctic Ocean
At least they flap their fins
To express emotion

A fine romance with no quarrels
With no insults and all morals

I’ve never mussed the crease
In your blue serge pants
I never get the chance
This is a fine romance


Hello Cynthia G. Toups! It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance. I'm the creator behind lyricstothesong.com, where we specialize in delving into the depths of song lyrics, uncovering their meanings, and celebrating the whimsy of nursery rhymes

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