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You're My Thrill 17th in 1933

Music written by
Lyrics written by
Copyright date
November 27, 1933
Language
English
ISWC
T-070.211.363-0
Comments
From the 1933 romantic comedy Jimmy and Sally. The song is often erroneously credited to the uptempo Burton Lane & Ned Washington song from the same era. It was performed by Ted Lewis in Here Comes the Band (1935), but no further recordings seem to exist.
The Gorney-Clare classic goes like: "You're my thrill, you do something to me, you send chills right through me. When I look at you 'cause you're my thrill, how my pulse increases, I just go to pieces, every time I look at you, I can't keep still. Hm, nothing seems to matter, hm, here's my heart on a silver platter, etc."
Published by
BOURNE CO
GORNEY MUSIC PUBLISHER
W B MUSIC CORP
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