“I’m Confessing (That I Love You)” was written in 1929, with music by Doc Dougherty and Ellis Reynolds and lyrics by Al J. Neiburg in 1930. I'm afraid some day you'll leave me, Saying "can't we still be friends" If you go, you know you'll grieve me, All in life on you depends. Record Company – Dot Records, Inc. I'm Confessin' Lyrics: I'm confessin' that I love you / Tell me, do you love me, too? Frank Ifield released it on the album I'm Confessin' (That I Love You) in 1963. It Wouldn't Be The Same (Without You) Written-By – F. Rose*, J. Wakely* B1: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Arranged By – W. Nelson* B2: Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wagon Written-By – R. Griffin* B3: In My Mother's Eyes Arranged By – W. Nelson* C1: Over The Rainbow Written-By – E.Y. Lyrics. I'm confessin' that I need you, Honest I do, need you every moment. I'm confessin' that I need you Honest I do, need you every moment In your eyes I read such strange things But your lips deny they're true Will your answer really change things Making me blue? In 1930 it was reborn as "Confessin'", with new lyrics by Al Neiburg, and with the music this time credited to Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds. Manufactured By – Keelou Co. Inc. "(I'm) Confessin' (that I Love You)" (also known as "Confessin '", "I'm Confessin '" and "Confessin' that I Love You") is a jazz and popular standard that has been recorded many times. I'm confessin' that I love you, Tell me, do you love me too? Louis Armstrong made his first, and highly influential, recording of the song in August 1930, [3] and continued to play it throughout his career. I'm confessin' that I love you, Tell me, do you love me too? An amateur pianist, I am practicing this wonderful Thelonious Monk arrangement of a tune written by Al Neiburg, Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds. [4] I'm confessin' that I need you, Honest I do, need you every moment. In your eyes I read such strange things, But your lips deny they're true, Will your answer really change things Making me blue? This song has a somewhat odd start. I dedicate this … Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees - Victor 22506-A Confessin' (That I Love You) written by Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds & Al Neiburg. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You) by Frank Ifield was written by Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds, Al J. Neiburg, Chris Smith [US1] and Sterling Grant and was first recorded by Chester Gaylord in 1930. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You) Written-By – Al J. Neiburg*, Doc Dougherty*, Ellis Reynolds: 2:39: B: Night & Day Written-By – Cole Porter: 2:29: Companies, etc. I'm afraid some day you'll leave me, Saying 'can't we still be friends' If you go, you know you'll grieve me, All in life on you depends. Am I guessin' that you love me, Dreaming dreams of you in vain, I'm сonfessin' that I love you, over again. / I'm confessin' that I need you / Honest I do / I need you every moment / In your eyes I read such strange things I'm afraid some day you'll leave me, Saying "can't we still be friends" If you go, you know you'll grieve me, All in life on you depends. In your eyes I read such strange things, But your lips deny they're true, Will your answer really change things Making me blue? Honest I do, need you every moment In your eyes I read such strange things But your lips Dean Martin I'm confessin' that I love you Tell me, do you love me too? It was first known as “Lookin’ for Another Sweetie,” with lyrics credited to Chris Smith and Sterling Grant, and was recorded by Fats Waller in 1929.