Frank Sinatra version (With the Modernaires) arranged by Axel Stordahl
From the Sinatra album: Adventures Of The Heart
(Columbia Records, November 8, 1949)
Originally made famous by: Margaret Whiting
(Woe, it's lover's quarrel that they never should have started,)
(A dearly lover's quarrel and it's left them broken-hearted.)
Oh, I'm sorry, can't you see that I'm sorry,
All my life I'll be sorry, I was mean to you.
You're so dear to me, when you're near to me, the whole world seems fine.
Need you so, <how I long to know, you'll always be mine.>
I'm sorry, will you ever forgive me?
Heaven knows I'll be sorry if you say we're through
<So have a heart, say we'll never part again>
Darling, I love you, won't you tell me you're sorry too.
I'm sorry (take him back, oh take him back, he didn't mean it)
Will you ever forgive me (take him back, oh take him back, he never meant to hurt you))
I'll be sorry (please forgive him, please forgive him)
If you say we're though (take him back and never say you're through)
<Oh have a heart, say we'll never part again>
<Darling I love you> won't you tell me you're sorry too.
(take him back, oh take him back, or maybe you'll be sorry too.)