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Words by Oscar Hammerstein ii, Music by Richard Rodgers as their only film score

Performed by Louanne Hogan dubbing for Jeanne Crain in the 1945 film "State
Fair", also starring Dana Andrews and d**k Haymes. In the 1962 film re-make,
Anita Gordon dubbed for Pamela Tiffin.
Was a # 5 hit for Haymes in 1945

I'm as restless as a willow in a windstorm
I'm as jumpy as a puppet on a string
I'd say that I had Spring fever
But I know it isn't Spring

I am starry-eyed and vaguely discontented
Like a nightingale without a song to sing
Oh, why should I have Spring fever
When it isn't even Spring?

I keep wishing I were somewhere else
Walking down a strange new street
Hearing words that I have never heard
>From a girl I've yet to meet

I'm as busy as a spider spinning daydreams
I'm as giddy as a baby on a swing
I haven't seen a crocus or a rosebud or a robin on the wing
But I feel so g** in a melancholy way
That it might as well be Spring

It might as well be Spring

Transcribed by Ronald E. Hontz
Ronhontz
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