Listen to You're Just In Love, I Wonder Why song with lyrics from Ethel Merman

You're Just In Love, I Wonder Why

Ethel Merman, Alfred Newman10 Jun 1953

You're Just In Love, I Wonder Why Lyrics

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 whats more I've lost my appetite

 

Stars that used to twinkle in the sky are twinkling in my eye

 

I wonder why

 

You don't need analyzin' it is not so surpizin'

 

That you feel very strange but nice

 

You're heart goes pitter patter

I know just whats the matter

Because I've been there once or twice

 

Put your head on my shoulder you need someone whose older

A rubdown down with a velvet glove

 

There is nothing you can take to releave that pleasant ache

You're not sick you're just in love

 

You don't need analyzin' it is not so surprisin'

That you feel very strange but nice

 

You're heart goes pitter patter

I know just whats the matter

Because I've been there once or twice

 

Put you're head on my shoulder you need someone whose older

A rubdown down with a velvet glove

 

There is nothing you can take to releave that pleasant ache

You're not sick you're just in love

 

You're Just In Love I Wonder Why - Ethel Merman

 

It is not so surprisin'

That you feel very strange but nice

 

You're heart goes pitter patter

I know just whats the matter

Because I've been there once or twice

 

Put you're head on my shoulder you need someone whose older

A rubdown down with a velvet glove

 

There is nothing you can take to releave that pleasant ache

 

 

You're not sick you're just in love