There's no chill, and, yet I shiver. There's no flame, and, yet I burn. I'm not sure what I'm afraid of, And, yet I'm trembling.
There's no storm, yet I hear thunder, And I'm breathless; why, I wonder? Weak one moment, Then the next I'm fine.
I feel as if I'm falling, ev'ry time I close my eyes. And flowing through my body Is a river of surprise. Feelings are awakening, I hardly recognize As mine!
What are all these new sensations? What's the secret they reveal? I'm not sure I understand, But I like the way I feel.
Oh, why is it that ev'ry time I close my eyes he's there? The water shining on his skin; The sunlight in his hair. And all the while I'm thinking things That I can never share With him.
I'm a bundle of confusion. Yes, it has a strange appeal. Did it all begin with him And the way he makes me feel? I like the way he makes me feel.
Writer/s: ALAN BERGMAN, MARILYN BERGMAN, MICHEL LEGRAND
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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