History[edit | edit source]
"Like Someone in Love" was initially written by Jimmy van Heusen and Johnny Burke to be used for the 1944 film Belle of the Yukon. The film starred Dinah Stone to sing this song. Since its first recording in the mid-1940s, the song as become a classic jazz standard.
Releases[edit | edit source]
- Studio recordings
Lyrics[edit | edit source]
Lately, I find myself gazing at stars, hearing guitars like someone in love.
Sometimes the things I do astound me, mostly whenever you're around me.
Lately I seem to walk as though I had wings, bump into things like someone in love.
Each time I look at you, I'm limp as a glove, and feeling like someone in love.
Other artists[edit | edit source]
|Other artists that have recorded "Like Someone in Love."|
References[edit | edit source]
- Burlingam, Sandra. "Jazz Standards Songs and Instrumentals (Like Someone in Love)"
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