"The Lady’s In Love With You" as written by and Lane/loesser....
(Conversation between Glenn Miller and Tex Beneke:)

TB: (whistlewhistlewhistle)
GM: Hello there, Texas, whatcha say?
I‘d like to bend your ear if you’re goin‘ my way!
TB: Okay, Glenn, what’s worryin‘ you?
Tell me the story and I’ll see what I can do...
GM: Well, I got a new girl that‘s a real killer-diller,
but I’m not so sure that she goes with Mr. Miller...
TB: Hhm, that’s nothin‘ to worry about,
Man, don’t you know how to go about finding it out?
GM: No, you tell me, Texas!

TB: 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 waitin‘ you hate
It means the lady’s in love with you...

And when your friends ask you over to join the table
But she picks a 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!

Lyrics submitted by ruben

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