He Loves And She Loves
Funny Face, (1927)
He Loves And She Loves
George Gershwin (m), Ira Gershwin (w)
Funny Face, 1927
VERSE 1
Now that I have found you
I must hang around you,
Though you may refuse me,
You will never lose me.
If the human race is
Full of happy faces —
It's because they all love
That wonderful thing they call love.
REFRAIN 1
He loves and she loves and they love, So why can't
You love and I love, too?
Birds love and bees love and whispering trees love,
And that's what we both should do.
Oh, I always knew some,
Day you'd come along;
We'll make a twosome
That just can't go wrong,
Hear me:
He loves and she loves and they love, so won't you
Love me as I love you too?
VERSE 2
Fell a funny feeling
In my heart is stealing;
If it's love, I'm for it!
Gosh! How I adore it!
You're the silver lining
For which I've been pining.
Lonesome days are over
From now on, we're in clover.
REFRAIN 2
He loves and she loves and they love, so why can't
You love and I love, too?
Birds love and bees love and whispering trees love,
And that's what we both should do.
Oh, I always know some
Day you'd come along;
We'll make a twosome
That just can't go wrong. Hear me—
He loves and she loves and they love, so won't you
Love me as I love you?
2016
Jun 17-26Shedd Theatricals 2016Funny FaceJaqua
YearTitleMediumTypeUsage
1927Funny Facestagestage originalintroduced
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