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Michael Buble Unveils Visuals for 'You Make Me Feel So Young'

November 8, 2013 (8:56 am) GMT
The video sees the Canadian singer joined by a backing band when performing the jazz song on a stage at London's Air Studios.

The official music video for 's "You Make Me Feel So Young" has landed online. The simple music video sees the singer wearing a dapper suit while performing live on a stage at London's Air Studios.

He is joined by a backing band to sing the jazzy tune. "You make me feel so young/ You make me feel there are songs to be sung/ Bells to be rung/ And a wonderful fling to be flung," the Canadian singer sings. "And even when I'm old and gray/ I'm gonna feel the way I do today/ 'Cause you make me feel so young."

" 'You Make Me Feel So Young' is surely one of the happiest songs I've ever recorded. We took the arrangement and really made it swing. It's pure joy," Buble recently said of recording the song, which was introduced in 1946 musical film "Three Little Girls in Blue" and had been covered by artists like , and .

Buble's version of "You Make Me Feel So Young" will be released on December 2 as the newest single off his latest album, "". The eighth studio effort by the musician, who welcomed his first son with wife back in August, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard 200 after being released earlier this year.

Michael Buble's "You Make Me Feel So Young" music video

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