If I ever fall in love again,
It'll be with someone just like you.
I don't say that I'm in love again
But on the day you came my way, I knew.

If I ever fall in love again,
This is just the way it ought to be,
But if it's really love again,
I'll leave to fate, I'd rather wait and see.

How can I know
When my head is saying no
And my heart's telling me that it's real?
Can it be wrong
If I burst into song
At the wonder of feeling the way
That I suddenly feel?

If I ever fall in love again
I shall know exactly what to do.
And when I fall in love again
I know it must be someone just like you.

The way that I suddenly feel!

If I ever fall in love again
I shall know exactly what to do.
And when I fall in love again
I know it must be someone just like you.

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