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The Lady's in Love with You

This song is by Annie Ross and appears on the album Skylark (1956) and on the album Sings A Song With Mulligan! (1958).

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The Lady's in Love with You
If there's a gleam in her eye
Each time she straightens your tie
You know the lady's in love with you

If she can dress for a date
Without that waiting you hate
It means the lady's in love with you

And when your friends ask you over to join their table
But she picks that faraway booth for two
Well, sir, here's just how it stands
You've got romance on your hands
Because the lady's in love with you

If you've been traveling by plane
And she says "Please take the train"
You know the lady's in love with you

And if she has met your old flames
And she remembers their names
It means the lady's in love with you

And Sunday night when you take her to see that movie
And she says the gallery seats will do
Here's just how it stands
You got romance on your hands

'Cause the lady's in love with you
The lady is me and I'm in love with you
So in love with you
Je vous aime beaucoup

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