Although considered to be a popular standard, “You Make Me Feel So Young” is a song which received it’s definitive reading on Frank Sinatra’s magnificent Songs For Swingin’ Lovers. Apparently recorded and arranged quickly, the song is a testament to the collaboration between Sinatra and his arranger Nelson Riddle. The song is positively joyous, and bristles with energy and excitement, and it’s obvious that Sinatra is having a ball singing it. “You make Me Feel So Young” is a wonderfully constructed song, and the bridge is unexpected and a joy, especially in Sinatra’s hands. Although other singers, from Perry Como to Chet Baker have tackled the song successfully, none other has given it the zest and life of the Sinatra/Riddle version, and as such it’s a standout track on one of popular music’s finest albums.