You're getting to be a habit with me
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"You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" is a 1932 popular song with music by Harry Warren and the lyrics by Al Dubin,[1] which became a standard.[2] The lyrics of the song were noted for its references to addiction.[3]

It appears in the Warner Brothers musical film 42nd Street for which Warren and Dubin wrote three songs together.[2] The song was inspired by one of the women working at the Warner Brothers studio, who when asked why she was still dating a certain man, said that he was getting to be a habit with her.[4] In the movie, it is sung by the leading lady Dorothy Brock, played by Bebe Daniels.[1]

The song was recorded by Guy Lombardo with Bing Crosby on vocals on January 12, 1933[5] and reached #1 in the charts.[6] The song was again performed by Doris Day in the musical Lullaby on Broadway in 1951.[7] Since then it has been performed by a large number of artists.

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