|Written by||Irving Berlin|
|Source||Call Me Madam (musical)|
|Publisher||Warner Chapell Music Ltd.|
"You're Just in Love" is a classic musical duet in which one character complains of the typical "ills" that befall a person in love (such as being unable to eat or sleep), while the other responds with some common-sense advice: "You're not sick, you're just in love!"
- On a 1965 episode of Al Hirt's variety show, Fanfare, a Two-Headed Muppet Monster sang "You're Just in Love", with slightly altered lyrics: "I keep tossing in his sleep at night -- and what's more, I've lost his appetite!"