You're Just In LoveWords & 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.