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  1. "You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" is a popular song with music by Harry Warren and the lyrics by Al Dubin, which became a standard. The lyrics of the song were noted for its references to addiction. It appears in the Warner Brothers musical film 42nd Street for which Warren and Dubin wrote three songs together. The song was inspired by one of the women working at the Warner Brothers Composer(s): Harry Warren.
  2. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me Lyrics: Every kiss, every hug / Seems to act just like a drug / You're getting to be a habit with me / Let me stay in your arms / I'm addicted to your charms.
  3. Writer(s): H. Warren/A. Dubin Every kiss, every hug Seems to act just like a drug You're getting to be a habit with me Let me stay in your arms I'm addicted to your charms You're getting to be a habit with me I used to think your love was something I could take or leave alone But now I couldn't do without my supply I need you for my own.
  4. You're getting to be a habit with me, (Can't break it!) You're getting to be a habit with me. Verse 2 (from British sheet music): I thought it was just another meeting, But my fate had begun; Something in my heart kept on repeating, She's diff'rent, this one. I'm getting, oh so used to having you around each day.
  5. You're getting to be A habit with me Let me stay In your arms I'm addicted To your charms You're getting to be A habit with me I used To think your love Was something I could take Or leave alone But now I couldn't do Without my supply I need you for my own Oh I can't break away I must Have you everyday As regularly As coffee or tea You've got.
  6. Writer(s): Warren Harry, Dubin Al This song was inspired by a women working at the Warner Brothers studio, who said about her long-time boyfriend, that he was getting to be a habit with her. Harry Warren and Al Dubin wrote the song for the Warner Brothers musical film "42nd Street" ().
  7. You're getting to be a habit with me I used to think your love Was something that I Could take or leave alone But now, I couldn't do Without my supply I need you for my own I just can't break away I must have you every day As regularly as coffee or tea You've got me in your clutches And I can't get free You're getting to be a habit You're.
  8. You're Getting To Ba A Habit With Me Words & Music by Al Dubin & Harry Warren Recorded by Bing Crosby, (#1) From "Forty-Second Street" B7 Em7 A7 G/B A7 Every kiss, every hug, seems to act just like a drug -- D9 G/B A7 D6 B7 You're getting to be a habit with me.

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