The Lady’s In Love With You

LadysinLove

PROFILE
Composer Burton Lane
Lyricist Frank Loesser
Year Written 1939
About The Lady’s In Love With You
“The Lady’s In Love With You” was written for the 1939 film Some Like It Hot (not to be confused with the excellent 1959 Billy Wilder film), where it was introduced by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross. It’s been widely recorded, including those by Tony Bennett, Glenn Miller, Margaret Whiting, and Michael Feinstein.

Lyrics

If there’s a gleam in her eye
Each time she straightens your tie
That means the lady’s in love with you
And if she can’t dress for a date
Without that waiting you hate
That means the lady’s in love with you
And when your friends ask you over to join the table
But she will find that far away booth for two
Well Jack, here’s just how it stands
You’ve got romance on your hands
Because the lady’s in love with you

Session / Album Information

1967

“The Lady’s In Love With You” was recorded on January 12, 1967 and released that year on the album Tony Makes It Happen! It was arranged by Marion Evans.

This recording released on:

  • 1967: Columbia LP 12″: CS 9453 — Tony Makes It Happen!
  • 1967: Columbia LP 12″: CL 2653 — Tony Makes It Happen!
  • 1967: CBS LP 12″: SPBG 63055 — Tony Makes It Happen! [UK]
  • 1991: Columbia House Music Collection CD: 2C2 7972 — The Great American Composers: Frank Loesser
  • 2011: Disc #34 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK33) Tony Makes It Happen!

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