You're Just in Love [From Call Me Madam]

by Guy Mitchell

Guy Mitchell, born Albert George Cernik (February 27, 1927 – July 1, 1999) was an American pop singer, successful in his homeland, the U.K. and Australia. As an international recording star of the 1950s he achieved record sales in excess of 44 million units and this included six million-selling sin…

I hear singing and there's no one there.
 I smell blossoms and the trees are bare.
 All day long I seem to walk on air.
 I wonder why, I wonder why.
 I keep tossing in my bed at night.
 And what's more, I've lost my appetite.
 Stars that used to twinkle in the skies
 Are twinkling in my eyes.
 I wonder why.
 You don't need analyzing
 'Cause it's not so surprising
 That you feel very strange, but nice.
 Your heart goes pitter patter.
 I know just what's the matter
 I've been there once or twice.
 Put your head on my shoulder.
 You need someone who's older,
 A rubdown with a velvet glove.
 There is nothing you can take
 To relieve that pleasant ache.
 You're not sick, you're just in love.


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