Almost Like Being In Love
    As a team, lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe scored their first commercial success in 1947 with Brigadoon, preceding Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady and Camelot. This charming fantasy of a Scottish village that awakens out of the mists for one day every hundred years proved the pair to be worthy of Broadway and gave the world such lovely music as "The Heather on the Hill," "Come to Me, Bend to Me," "There But for You Go I" and the now-classic "Almost Like Being In Love." The last lyrical number is sung in the show by the American hero Tommy Albright, who falls in love with a lass from Brigadoon-and, in a happy ending, remains with his love in the sleeping village.
What a day this has been!
What a rare mood I'm in!
Why, it's almost like being in love.

There's a smile on my face
For the whole human race;
Why, it's almost like being in love.

All the music of life seems to be
Like a bell that is ringing for me.
And from the way that I feel,
When that bell starts to peal,
I would swear I was falling,
I could swear I was falling;
It's almost like being in love.

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Almost Like Being In Love
1340 03/13/2016
Music provided by: Jerry Wilson aka Wilstar.
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