I Concentrate on You

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"I Concentrate on You" is a song written by Cole Porter for the 1940 film Broadway Melody of 1940, where it was introduced by Douglas McPhail.

Whenever skies look gray to me and trouble begins to brew Whenever the winter winds become too strong I concentrate on you

When fortune cries "Nay, nay" to me And people declare "You're through" Whenever the blues become my only songs I concentrate on you

On your smile, so sweet, so tender When at first my kiss you do decline On the light in your eyes when you surrender And once again our arms intertwine

And so when wise men say to me That love's young dream never comes true To prove that even the wise men can be wrong I concentrate on you

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