It was introduced by Don Ameche in the broadway musical Silk Stockings and featured in the film version as well,(musical film Silk Stockings) and been recorded by Fred Astaire, Bobby Darin, Ella Fitzgerald on her 1972 album: Ella Loves Cole, Billie Holiday, Tony Martin, and Anita O'Day.
The jazz pianist Bill Evans featured the song on his live 1961 album Sunday at the Village Vanguard. It has also been performed by Miles Davis (such as on 'Round About Midnight and his 1964 live recording Four and More) and Tony Bennett (for instance on his MTV Unplugged album). It was performed on the album of the same name by Ahmad Jamal in 1961, and on the 1955 album "Concorde" by the Modern Jazz Quartet.
I love the look of you, the lure of you The sweet of you, the pure of you The eyes, the arms, the mouth of you The east, west, north and the south of you
I'd love to gain complete control of you And handle even the heart and soul of you So love, at least, a small percent of me, do For I love all of you
I'd love to gain complete control of you And handle even the heart and soul of you So love, at least, a small percent of me, do For I love all of you, for I love all of you