This is a romantic love song. It was introduced by Doris Day in her film debut, Romance on the High Seas (1947). Versions which made the Billboard magazine charts in 1948 were recorded by Doris Day, Tony Martin, Dick Haymes, Gordon MacRae, and Sarah Vaug
||Jazz - Standards
||Medium (111 - 130)
|| On Cloud Nine
|| Falling in Love
||1940 - 1949
It's Magic -
You sigh, the song begins; you speak, and I hear violins--it's magic!
The stars desert the skies to rush and nestle in your eyes--it's magic!
Without a golden wand or mystic charms, fantastic things begin when I am in your arms!
When we walk hand in hand the world becomes a wonderland--it's magic!
How else can I explain those rainbows when there is no rain--it's magic!
Why do I tell myself, these things that happen are already true? When in my heart I know the magic is my love for you.