You're Just In Love

Words & Music by Irving Berlin
Recorded by Rosemary Clooney, 1954 (#24)
From the Broadway production "Call Me Madam"

D   G    D     A7          D       D6
I hear singing and there's no one there,

D  D6    Bm      Bm7-5    Em7   G/B  A7
I smell blossoms, and the trees are bare.

Em  Em7  G/B    Gdim    A7   Em7  A7
All day long, I seem to walk  on  air --

  Bm7-5  A7  A7sus4  A7   A7+5    D  Bm7 Em7 A7
I wonder why?           I wonder why?

D  A7    G     A7     D        D6
I keep tossing in my sleep at night,

D9          D7        D7/F#    G
And, what's more, I've lost my appetite.

Em         Em7      A7     D       D6
Stars that used to twinkle in the skies

    Cdim      Em    Gdim      A7sus4   D    D6  Em7  A7
Are twinkling in my eyes -- I  wonder why.

D          G   A7     D              G   A7      D
 You don't need analyzing; it is not so sur-pri-sing

D        D6    Bm   Bm7-5        Em7   G/B  A7sus4   A7
That you feel very strange, but nice;

Em7        G/B  A7sus4  A7    Em7        G/B A7sus4      A7
Your heart goes pitter-patter -- I know just what's the matter,
Em7     G/B    A7        Gdim      D  Bm7 Em7 Cm7-5
Because I've  been there once or twice.

D          G    A7     D        G         D   A7         D
  Put your head on my shoulder;  you need someone who's older,

A7    D    D9    D7      G
A rubdown with a velvet glove.

Em               Em7      A7  D       D6        Cdim
There is nothing you can take   to relieve that pleasant ache;

Cdim           Em   Gdim  A7sus4 A7  D         
   You're not sick you're  just  in love.

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