My Bossa Nova

My Bossa Nova is the second studio album of Philippine bossa nova singer Sitti. Unlike her previous studio album, Café Bossa, this album focused on more recent songs and had very few "traditional" bossa nova songs. Sitti also co-wrote one song, "A Song For Penny Brown".

"I'll Never Fall In Love Again" is incorrectly printed as the 1952 song "When I Fall in Love" (Edward Heyman and Victor Young) on the track listing and liner notes.

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