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You're Getting to be a Habit with Me
Composer
Harry Warren
Lyricist
Al Dubin
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1956
Recording
January, 1955
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"You're Getting to be a Habit with Me" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1956 album Songs for Swingin' Lovers!.

History Edit

"You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" was written by Harry Warren with lyrics by Al Dubin. in 1932. The song was initially used for the Warner Brothers production, Lloyd Bacon's 42nd Street. During its initial performance in the film, it is sung by the leading lady Dorothy Brock, who is portrayed by Bebe Daniels.

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Lyrics Edit

Every kiss, every hug
Seems to act just like a drug
You're getting to be a habit with me

Let me stay in your arms
I'm addicted to your charms
You're getting to be a habit with me

I used to think your love was something I could take or leave alone
But now I couldn't do without my supply
I need you for my own

Oh, I can't break away
I must have you everyday
As regularly as coffee or tea
You've got me in your clutches and I can't get free
You're getting to be a habit with me

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