Carl Smith – (When You Feel Like You’re in Love) Don’t Just Stand There

The single was Carl Smith's second number one on the Country & Western Best Seller charts, staying at the top for five weeks with a total of twenty-four weeks on the chart.

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Carl Smith – (When You Feel Like You’re in Love) Don’t Just Stand There, is a song written by Tacoma, Washington country/western artist Cherokee Jack Henley, as revised by Ernest Tubb. The best known recording is the 1952 single by Carl Smith. The single was Carl Smith’s second number one on the Country & Western Best Seller charts, staying at the top for five weeks with a total of twenty-four weeks on the chart.
Carl Smith - (When You Feel Like You're in Love)
B-Side Single Carl Smith Columbia 1952
Carl Smith – (When You Feel Like You’re in Love) Don’t Just Stand There
B-side “The Little Girl In My Home Town”
Released January 1952
Recorded June 8, 1951
Studio Castle Studio, Nashville, TN
Genre Country & Western
Label Columbia 20893
Songwriter(s) Jack Henley, Ernest Tubb

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Carl Smith – (When You Feel Like You’re in Love) Don’t Just Stand There

When you feel like you’re in love don’t just stand there
When you see that moon above don’t just stand there
You gotta laugh and dance and sing you gotta get that gal a ring
When you feel like you’re in love don’t just stand there
When the moon is shinin’ bright in your Saturday night
You’re not havin’ any fun then maybe you’re out with the wrong one
When you feel like you’re in love hold her tighter
And the moon and stars above all shine brighter
You gotta laugh and dance and sing you gotta get that gal a ring
When you feel like you’re in love don’t just stand there
[ steel – guitar ]

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Carl Smith - (When You Feel Like You're in Love)
Single Carl Smith Columbia 1952
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