You Go to My Head
Composer
J. Fred Coots
Lyricist
Haven Gillespie
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1960
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1960
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"You Go to My Head" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1947 Columbia album The Voice of Frank Sinatra. Sinatra would later record this song under Capitol Records in his 1960 LP Nice 'n' Easy.

History[edit | edit source]

"You Go to My Head" was written in 1938 by J. Fred Coots. Its lyrics were written by Haven Gillespie. Teddy Wilson was the first artist to arrange a version of this song.

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Lyrics[edit | edit source]

You go to my head and you linger like a haunting refrain
And I find you spinning 'round in my brain
Like the bubbles in a glass of champagne
You go to my head like a sip of sparkling Burgundy brew
And I find the very mention of you
Like the kicker in a julep or two

The thrill of the thought that you might give a thought to my plea
Cast a spell over me
Still I say to myself get a hold of yourself
Can't you see that it never can be

You go to my head with a smile that makes my temperature rise
Like a summer with a thousand Julys
You intoxicate my soul with your eyes
Though I'm certain that this heart of mine
Hasn't a ghost of a chance in this crazy romance
You go to my head
You go to my head

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