The song was sung in a film, "Can-Can" (60), that is one of Cole Porter's standards. Sinatra sang it very moderately so much. I don't know anyone who sings such moderate-singing but Sinatra. Some Japanese guy said this was his best one. Sorry I forgot who said that. It was also written in US like following: Probably the most intimate singing Sinatra has ever done...
It's the wrong time and the wrong place Though your face is charming, it's the wrong face It's not her face, but such a charming face That it's all right with me
It's the wrong song in the wrong style Though your smile is lovely, it's the wrong smile It's not her smile, but such a lovely smile That's it's all right with me
You can't know how happy I am that we've met I'm strangely attracted to you There's someone I'm trying so hard to forget Don't you want to forget someone, too?
It's the wrong game with the wrong chips Though your lips are tempting, they're the wrong lips They're not her lips, but they're such tempting lips That if some night you're free Dear, it's all right Yes, it's all right with me
Though your lips are tempting, they're the wrong lips They're not her lips, but they're such tempting lips That if some night you're free Dear, it's all right