Have a Heart/You Said Something

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Have a Heart  (1916) 
by Jerome Kern (music and lyrics) and P. G. Wodehouse (lyrics)
You Said Something
Verse 1

Ted. All the girls I see
Make a hit with me,
Where'er I wander,
I love brunettes or something blonder.
Lizzie. I don't care a bit
Where your heart may flit;
Ted. Why surely you knew, dear,
I was teasing, I love you dear.

Refrain

Both. You said something when you said you love me,
Oh, but I wonder for how long it will be.
If you find someday, you've altered your mind
I'd be forgiving, but simply could not go on living!
Lizzie. Girls much prettier you will meet by the score,
Will you regret you ever met them before?
You said something when you said you love me,
But say it a whole lot more.

Verse 2

Lizzie. All the men I know
Fascinate me so,
Oh! what romances
I've built around them in my fancies.
Ted. I am not aware
Why you think I care;
Lizzie. Why surely you knew, dear,
I was teasing, I love you dear.

Refrain

Both. You said something when you said you love me,
Oh, but I wonder for how long it will be.
If you find someday, you've altered your mind
I'd be forgiving, but simply could not go on living!
Ted. Men much handsomer you'll meet by the score,
Will you regret you ever met them before?
You said something when you said you love me,
But say it a whole lot more.