Two Hearts Are Better Than One

Writer(s): Leo Robin / Jerome Kern / arr. Axel Stordahl
From the album: Sinatra Rarities-The Columbia Years
From the Film: Centennial Summer, 1946

Two heads together are better than one in rainy or sunny weather,
The outlook can’t be a glum one when there’s someone who cares,
Just when you’re sinking without a straw in sight,
Someone starts thinking and everything’s all right.
Birds of a feather can never be shown if livin’ alone is fun,
When two hearts are better than one.

Two heads together are better than one in rainy or sunny weather,
The outlook can’t be a glum one when there’s someone who cares,
Rain in the doorway can have its sunny side,
When someone goes your way and her umbrella’s wide.
Birds of a feather can never be shown if living alone is fun,
When two hearts are better than one.

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