"Falling In Love" as written by Rick Hamilton and Andreas Hoetter....
Your eyelids are gettin' heavy
Hard to lift
Your mind begins to wander
Things start to drift
Your arms are getting heavy
Hard to lift
You sink down a little deeper
You're feeling wonderful

Maybe you're falling in love
Maybe you're falling in love
Maybe you're falling falling falling falling in love

You stare across the harbor
At the lights along the bay
Your arms have got so heavy now
They're just getting in your way
Now you're walkin' in the holy land
Yeah, that's you there, walkin' with the king
You ask "What have I done to deserve this?"
Why, you haven't done a thing


Lyrics submitted by yuri_sucupira

"Falling in Love" as written by Randy Newman

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentNothin' better than this, let me tell you. <3
    geddysgirlon August 27, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationThe feel of this song, the mood it evokes, is delightful. Latin seaside harbor, happily sleepy, heavy with love...I've never heard such an apt description for "falling" in love, with all the heavy, weighted, fated references. "What have I done to deserve this? Well you haven't done a thing." That's the way love is.
    almondgirrlon May 21, 2012   Link

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