You’re Just in Love (1950)
(wm) Irving Berlin (I) Musical: Call Me Madam by Ethel Merman & Russell Nype, Film version by Merman and Donald O’Connor
[Melody 1] 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 sleep 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.

[Melody 2] You don’t need analyzing, it is not so surprising
That you feel very strange, but nice.
Your heart goes pitter patter; I know just what’s the matter,
Because 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!
[Repeat, with duet of both parts together]

[Tag] You’re not sick, you’re just in love.