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  1. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupI Get A Kick Out Of You (Remastered) · Frank SinatraClassic Sinatra - His Great Performances 1953-1960℗ 1998 Capi...

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  2. 26. Juli 2018 · Frank Sinatra. 1.9M subscribers. 383K views 4 years ago. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Get A Kick Out Of You · Frank Sinatra Show more.

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  3. Your fabulous face. I get no kick from champagne. Mere alcohol doesn't thrill me at all. So tell me why should it be true. That I get a kick out of you. Some, they may go for cocaine. I'm sure ...

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    "I Get a Kick Out of You," written by Cole Porter for his 1934 musical Anything Goes, is one of the writer's most famous standards.

    Lyrical changes[]

    The lyrics were first altered shortly after being written. The last verse originally went as follows:

    I get no kick in a plane

    I shouldn't care for those nights in the air

    That the fair Mrs. Lindbergh goes through

    Studio recordings

    Songs for Young Lovers (1954)

    Sinatra and Swingin' Brass (1962)

    Live performances

    June 14 1958 - Sporting Club, Monte Carlo, Monaco - Quincy Jones conducting

    March 31, 1959 - Melbourne, Australia - Don Costa conducting - Discography: Frank Sinatra with the Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia, 1959

    My story is much too sad to be told

    But practically everything leaves me totally cold.

    The only exception I know is the case

    When I'm out on a quiet spree

    Fighting vainly the old ennui

    And I suddenly turn and see

    ↑ Cole. Robert Kimball, ed. and Brendan Gill. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1973. P. 122.

  4. 28. Mai 2023 · Perth Theatre - 24/05/23 Richard Shelton, vocal | Fraser Urquhart, piano On the night of Wednesday 24th May, Perth Theatre became The Purple Room, Palm Springs, 1971.  Frank Sinatra (in the person of actor/singer Richard Shelton), accompanied by Bill Miller (jazz pianist Fraser