She Loves Me - 1963 Original Broadway Cast (1987 Remastered)
by Jerry Bock & Daniel Massey
Lyrics and Meaning
Jan 1, 1987
She Loves Me - 1963 Original Broadway Cast (1987 Remastered) Lyrics
Well, well, well, well, well
Well, well, well, well, well, well
Wonders never cease
She loves me and to my amazement I love it
Knowing that she loves me
She loves me, true, she doesn't show it
How could she, when she doesn't know it?
Yesterday she loathe me
Now today she likes me
And tomorrow and tomorrow
My teeth ache from the urge to touch her
I'm speechless for I mustn't tell her
It's wrong now but it won't be long now
Hope my love discovers
That she and I are lovers
Imagine how surprised she's bound to be
She loves me
She loves me and loves [Incomprehensible]
She don't show it, how could she?
She don't know it
I'm tingling such delicious tingles
What the heck does that mean?
I'm freezing, that's because it's cold out
But still I'm incandescent
And like some adolescent
I'd like to scrawl on every word I see
She loves me, she loves me
She loves, loves, loves me
Why don't you show it?
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