Marian the Librarian 
Meredith Wilson, Robert Preston, The Music Man!, Girl's Names

Madam librarian
What can I do, my dear, to catch your ear?
I love you madly, madly, madam librarian, Marian.
Heaven help us, if the library caught on fire, and the volunteer host brigademen
Had to whisper news to Marian.
Madam librarian.

What can I say, my dear, to make it clear?
I need you badly, badly, Madam librarian, Marian.
If I stumbled, and I busted my what-you-ma-call-it,
I could lie on your floor unnoticed,
'til my body had turned to carion.
Madam librarian.

Now in the moonlight
A man could sing it, in the moonlight
And a fellow would know that his darling had heard every word of his song
With the moonlight helping us along.

But when I try, in here, to tell you, dear,
I love you madly, madly, Madam librarian, Marian,
It's a long lost cause I can never win,
For the civilized world accepts as unforgivable sin
Any talking out loud with any librarian,
Such as Marian, Madam librarian.