The song was introduced in a film, "Kiss Me Kate" (1953), danced by Bob Fosse and two guys with Ann Miller: Bob also sang with them.
Originally, the song had been written by Cole Porter for the Broadway show, "Out of This World" (1950), but it hadn't been played until it was performed in that film for the first time. Why this fine tune like this hadn't used then, I wonder.
From this moment on You for me, dear Only two for tea, dear From this moment on
From this happy day No more blue songs Only hoop-dee-doo songs From this moment on
For you've got the love I need so much You've got the skin that I love to touch Got the arms to hold me tight Got those sweet lips to kiss me goodnight
From this moment on You and I, babe We'll be ridin' high, babe Every care is gone From this moment on
For you've got the love that I need so much Yeah, you've got the kind of skin that I love to touch And you've got the arms that can hold me tight You've got those lovely lips just to kiss me goodnight
From this moment on You and I, babe We'll be ridin' high, babe Every one of our cares are gone From this moment From this very moment From this moment on