"I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell" as written by Edward Pola and George Wyle....
(She didn't slip, she wasn't pushed
She only fell, in love with you)

I didn't slip, I wasn't pushed, I fell, oh yes
Right into the middle of a warm caress

(She didn't slip, she wasn't pushed
She only fell, in love with you)

I didn't slip, I wasn't tripped, I fell, and how
I'll be glad to speak of that adventure now

(We'd like to speak of that adventure now)

There I was, mindin' my business and thinkin' that love
Was only a juvenile pastime
Then I fell, head over heels into love
And I know that I'm goin' down for the last time

I didn't slip, I wasn't pushed, I fell, you bet
And if you hadn't caught me in your arms
Why, I'd be fallin' yet

There I was, mindin' my business and thinkin' that love
Was only a juvenile pastime
Then I fell, head over heels into love
And I know that I'm goin' down for the last time

I didn't slip, I wasn't pushed, I fell, you bet
And if you hadn't caught me in your arms
Why, I'd be fallin' yet

(She didn't slip, she wasn't pushed, she only fell)

I only fell in love with you


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"I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell" as written by George Wyle Edward Pola

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