Despite all the hopes and dreams of finding one's own true love, the cynics among us know that love can wreak havoc on our lives. Contrary to Erich Segal's assertion in his 1970 romance novel entitled Love Story that "Love means never having to say you're sorry," in order for love to survive, people have to be willing to compromise. Consider the plight of the teenaged Noble Eggleston and Belle Schlumpfert from Venezuela, Illinois, who fall in love in the 1962 musical based on Patrick Dennis's comic novel, Little Me.
Sometimes the folly of falling in love is unavoidable. After all, infatuation does strange things to a person's mind. In the following clip, Sierra Boggess sings a classic from Rodgers & Hart's 1938 hit musical, The Boys From Syracuse.