It is strongly associated with Frank Sinatra, who first recorded it with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra, in an arrangement by Sy Oliver. Sinatra re-recorded the song for his 1957 A Swingin' Affair!, this time arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle.
I'm not the guy who cared about love And I'm not the guy who cared about fortunes and such I never cared much Oh, look at me now
I never knew the technique of kissin' I never knew the thrill I could get from your touch Never knew much Oh, look at me now
I'm a new man better than Casanova at his best With a new heart, brand new start I'm so proud I'm bustin' my vest
So I'm the guy who turned out a lover So I'm the guy who laughed at those blue diamond rings One of those things Oh, look at me now