There Are Such Things

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"There Are Such Things"
Song by Frank Sinatra (with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra)
Published 1942
Writer(s) Stanley Adams
Abel Baer
George W. Meyer
Language English

"There Are Such Things" is a popular song by Stanley Adams, Abel Baer, and George W. Meyer, published in 1942. The most popular version of the song, by Tommy Dorsey's orchestra with vocals by Frank Sinatra,[1] reached No. 1 on the US best-selling records chart, but many other versions have been recorded since.

Recorded versions[edit]

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Preceded by
"White Christmas"
by Bing Crosby with the Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
The Billboard National Best Selling Retail Records number-one single
(Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra version)

January 16, 1943 – February 6, 1943 (four weeks)
February 27, 1943 (one week)
Succeeded by
"I Had the Craziest Dream"
by Harry James and His Orchestra with vocal chorus by Helen Forrest
Preceded by
"I Had the Craziest Dream"
by Harry James and His Orchestra with vocal chorus by Helen Forrest
Succeeded by
"I've Heard That Song Before"
by Harry James and His Orchestra with vocal chorus by Helen Forrest