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  1. Frank Sinatra's Duets and Duets II albums were artistic disasters, a tattered way to end a long, distinguished recording career -- and the third CD of duets, Classic Duets, is an obvious attempt to latch onto their undeniable financial8/
  2. I'll never smile again Until I smile at you I'll never laugh again What good would it do For tears would fill my eyes My heart would realise That our romance is through I'll never love again I'm so in love with you I'll never thrill again.
  3. – Frank Sinatra Duet With The Hi-Lo's: I'll Never Smile Again: 3 – Frank Sinatra Duet With Ella Fitzgerald: Can't We Be Friends: 4a – Frank Sinatra Duet With Dinah Shore: You Make Me Feel So Young: 4b – Frank Sinatra Duet With Dinah Shore: Them There Eyes: 4c – Frank Sinatra Duet With Dinah Shore: A Foggy Day: 4d – Frank Sinatra.
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  5. Sinatra: The Classic Duets (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "I'll Never Smile Again" - uncredited) American Masters (TV Series documentary) (performer - 1 episode) - Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley ().
  6. (I'll never smile again until I smile at you) (I'll never laugh again) What good would it do? For tears would fill my eyes My heart would realize That our romance is through (I'll never love again, I'm so in love with you) (I'll never thrill again to somebody new) Within my heart I know I will never start (To smile again) Until I smile at you.
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  8. At the end of , Frank Sinatra left the Harry James Orchestra to join the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, where he rose to fame as a ballad singer. His first and biggest hit with the band was s "I'll Never Smile Again," which spent several weeks at number one - and was the first "number one" - on Billboard magazine's then-new chart of America's top-selling records.

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