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Published on May 11, 2012
"You'd Be Surprised" is a song written by Irving Berlin in 1919.
Part of first verse: Johnny was bashful and shy; Nobody understood why Mary loved him. Everyone wanted to know How she could pick such a beau With a twinkle in her eye She made this reply
Parts of various choruses: He's not so good in a crowd But when you get him alone You'd be surprised; He's kind of scared in a mob But when he takes you home You'd be surprised. He won't impress you Right from the start But in a week or two You'd be surprised.
Part of second verse: Mary continued to praise Johnny's remarkable ways To the ladies And you know advertising pays Now Johnny's ne'er alone He has the busiest phone Almost every other day A new girl will say