the holistic radical

December 19, 2007

More Great Jazz Lyrics

Filed under: jazz — Tags: — sesame seed @ 8:01 pm

“You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me”

Every kiss, every hug, seems to act just like a drug–/
You’re getting to be a habit with me./
Let me stay in your arms, I’m addicted to your charms,/
You’re getting to be a habit with me./

I used to think your love was something that I/
Could take or let alone, /
But now I couldn’t do without my supply/,
I need you for my own./

No, I can’t break away, I must have you every day, /
As regularly as coffee or tea; /
You’ve got me in your clutches and I can’t get free–/
You’re getting to be a habit with me/
(Can’t break it)/
You’re getting to be a habit with me.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You’re_Getting_to_Be_a_Habit_with_Me

The music was written by Harry Warren, the lyrics by Al Dubin. The song was published in 1932.

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