Dear Mr. Gable,
I am writing this to you
and I hope that you will read it so you'll know
My heart beats like a hammer
and I stutter and I stammer
every time I see you at the picture show.
I guess I'm just another fan of yours
and I thought I'd write and tell you so.
You made me love you
I didn't wanna do it, I didn't wanna do it.
You made me love you
and all the time you knew it, I guess you always knew
You made me happy, sometimes you made me glad.
But there were times, sir, you made me feel so sad.
You made me sigh 'cause
I didn't wanna tell you, I didn't wanna tell you
I think you're grand, that's true
Yes I do, 'deed I do, you know I do.
I must tell you what I'm feeling
The very mention of your name
sends my heart reeling.
You know you made me love you!
Aw, gee, Mr. Gable, I don't wanna bother you! Guess you
got a lotta girls that tell you the same thing. And if
you don't wanna read this, well, you don't have to. But
I just had to tell you about the time I saw you in "It
Happened One Night". That was the first time I ever saw
you, and I knew right then you were the nicest fella in
the movies! I guess it was 'cause you acted so, well so
natural like - not like a real actor at all, but just
like any fella you'd meet at school or at a party. Then
one time I saw you in a picture with Joan Crawford, and
I had to cry a little 'cause you loved her so much and
you couldn't have her - not 'till the end of the
picture, anyway. And then one time I saw you in person.
You were making a personal appearance at the theatre,
and I was standing there when you got out of your car,
and you almost knocked me down! Oh - but it wasn't your
fault! Naw, I was in the way. But you looked at me, and
you smiled. Yeah! You smiled right at me as if you
meant it, and I cried all the way home
me just 'cause you smiled at me for being in your way!
Aw, I'll never forget it, Mr. Gable. Honest. You're my
I don't care what happens, let the whole world stop.
As far as I'm concerned, you'll always be the top,
'cause you know you made me love you.
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