The song was featured in Anything Goes (1934). Originally sung by Ethel Merman. However, it's said the song has been the one of Sinatra's tunes.
My story is much too sad to be told, But practically everything leaves me totally cold. The only exception I know is the case When I'm out on a quiet spree, Fighting vainly the old ennui, And I suddenly turn and see your fabulous face.
I get no kick from champagne. Mere alcohol doesn't thrill me at all. So tell me why should it be true That I get a kick out of you?
Some like the perfume from Spain*. I'm sure that if I took even one sniff*, It would bore me terrifically, too. Yet I get a kick out of you.
I get a kick every time I see you Standing there before me. I get a kick though it's clear to see You obviously do not adore me.
I get no kick in a plane. Flying too high with some chick in the sky Is my idea of nothing to do. Yet I get a kick - you give me a boot I get a kick out of you.