You Do Something To Me    (1929)

I was mighty blue, thought my life was through
Till the heavens opened, and I gazed at you
Won't you tell me, dear, why, when you appear
Something happens to me and the strangest feeling goes through me?

You do something to me, something that simply mystifies me.
Tell me, why should it be you have the power to hypnotize me?
Let me live 'neath your spell
You do that voodoo that you do so well.
For you do something to me that nobody else could do!

You do something to me, something that simply mystifies me.
Tell me, why should it be you have the power to hypnotize me?
Let me live 'neath your spell
You do that voodoo that you do so well.
For you do something to me that nobody else could do!

Since you came my way I am bound to say
Things I once thought gloomy, now both bright and gay.
I'm so happy now, and I'm sure somehow of this transformation
There can be but one explanation:

You do something to me, something that simply mystifies me.
Tell me, why should it be you have the power to hypnotize me?
Let me live 'neath your spell,
You do that voodoo that you do so well.
For you do something to me that nobody else could do!

You do something to me, something that simply mystifies me.
Tell me, why should it be you have the power to hypnotize me?
Let me live 'neath your spell,
Do do that voodoo that you do so well.
For you do something to me that nobody else could do!

Lyrics by Cole Porter.
Recorded by Frank Sinatra.
Featured in the 1929 Broadway musical comedy Fifty Million Frenchmen.


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