How About You?
Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey (Lyrics: Burton Lane, Music: ?)
I like New York in June, / How about you?
I like a Gershwin tune, / How about you?
I love a fireside / When a storm is due. / How about you?
I like potato chips, / Moonlight / And motor trips, / How about you?
I’m mad about good books, / Can’t get my fill,
And Franklin Roosevelt’s looks / Give me a thrill.
Holding hands / At the movie show, / When all the lights are low
May not be new, / But I like it, / How about you?
I like Jack Benny’s jokes. / To a degree.
I love the common folks. / That includes me.
I like to window shop / On 5th Avenue.
I like banana splits, / Late supper at the Ritz, / How about you?
I love to dream of fame, / Maybe I’ll shine.
I’d love to see your name / Right beside mine.
I can see / We’re in harmony
Looks like we both agree / On what to do,
And I like it, / How about you?