I’m Lost Again

Composer Sidney Lippman
Lyricist Sylvia Dee
Year Written 1952
About I’m Lost Again
Sidney Lippman was a popular songwriter who, with his writing partner Sylvia Dee, wrote several popular songs, including “Too Young,” which was a number one hit for Nat King Cole in 1951.


I hear your name and when I hear your name
I’m lost again
Lost suddenly in deep memory of you.

I see your face so like yours is that face
I’m lost again
Lost as a child because someone smiled like you.

A song a voice, a thousand things
Can make that old feeling start
A glance, a sigh that’s all it takes
To break my remembering heart

Other arms hold me close but when they hold me close
I’m lost again.
Lost as can be, for you’re lost to me, my love.

Session / Album Information


“I’m Lost Again” was recorded on April 24, 1952 and released as single that year. It was arranged by Percy Faith.

I"m Lost Again

Listen to I"m Lost Again on Spotify. Tony Bennett · Song · 2011.

This recording released on:

  • 1952: Columbia 78: 39745
  • 1952: Columbia 45: 4-39745
  • 2004: Sepia Records CD: SEPIA 1028 — The Young Tony Bennett
  • 2007: Proper CD: PROPERBOX 121 — Young Tony
  • 2011: Disc #4 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK4) The Columbia Singles, Volume 2

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