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Robert b. yelin jazz standards for solo guitar

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Jazz standards, chordmelody arrangements for Solo guitar

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Robert b. yelin jazz standards for solo guitar

  1. 1. HV_LIflO NHEIA '8 LHHHOH A8 CIEIONVHHV HV_LlllD O"lOS H03 SCIHVGNVLS ZZVl Jazz Standards FOR SOLO GUITAR 35 Chord Melody Arrangements in Standard Notation and Tablature By Robert B Yelin l: :I: : IIIIIII lllllll lllllll B--M---I‘ 131E121’ . _.u HAL°LEONARD' r-——*——'—'j—
  2. 2. —A —4 -—t »—A ND 0* V0 ® 22 26 29 N ® 42 48 45 50 Jazz Standards FOR SOLO GUITAR PREFACE / DEDICATION 52 Lullaby of Birdland Ain‘t Misbehavin' 55 Misty Autumn Leaves 58 My Favorite Things (Les Feuilles Mortes) 64 My Funny Valentine Bewitched 61 The Nearness of You But Beautiful 66 A Nightingale Sang Cherokee (Indian Love Song) in Berkeley Square Darn That Dream 70 Out of Nowhere A Day in the Life of a Fool 73 Prelude to a Kiss (Manha De Carnaval) 76 Slightly Out of Tune Falling in Love With Love (Desafinado) Girl Talk 81 Softly As in a Morning Sunrise Have You Met Miss Jones? 84 Stella by Starlight I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good 86 Tangerine I Hear a Rhapsody 88 There Will Never Be Another You I've Got You Under My Skin 94 This Can‘t Be Love If I Should Lose You 91 The Very Thought of You In a Sentimental Mood 96 When Sunny Gets Blue Isn't It Romantic? 100 Yesterday It Never Entered My Mind 103 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Like Someone in Love 104 GUITAR NOTATION LEGEND ISBN 978-0-63/o-D2878-6 HAL‘ LEONAR D” §coRPoRATIoN 7777 w. stuzuouun Rn. RO. Box 13319 MILWAUKEK. WI 53213 For all works contained herein: Unauthorized copying, arranging, adapting, recording or public perlormance is an ininngement of copyright. lnlringers are liable under the law. Visit Hal Leonard Online at www. halIoonard. com
  3. 3. PREFACE This book contains 35 professional chord melody arrangements for solo guitar. The selections come from some of the finest composers of the 20th century, and are well known by musicians and singers. The book is for guitarists who want to learn chord melody arrangements, new chords, when and how to use them, and when and how to put bass lines within chords. You’ll also learn that just because a chord has a long name, it doesn't have to be difficult to play! Melody, lyrics, and rhythm give a certain feel to a song, but chords have their own personalities that can greatly affect the mood as well. Major seventh chords are beautiful; dominant ninth chords are bluesy; minor ninth chords are dark and soulful; diminished chords build tension; augmented chords sound mysterious; major 6/9th chords sound bright and happy; dominant 7#9 chords sound bold and exciting. A minor ninth chord with a major seventh or a sharp eleventh can add drama to an endir1g—so can a major seventh. Through my choice of chords I have tried to enhance the feel of a song. For instance, I have tried to make pretty songs beautiful by using major seventh chords. Conversely, for sad songs, I have used dramatic, brooding chords. It is my great desire that the study of this book helps you in making your own chord melody arrangements. When one arranges a song and makes it one's own, it is a very satisfying feeling and gives a sense of pride and accomplishment. —Robert B. Yelin DEDICATION This book is dedicated to my first guitar teacher, Gus DeGazio, who made me aware of the inherent beauty of the sound of guitar chords from johnny Smith records. This book is also dedicated to the premier guitarist, johnny Smith, who has no equal in revealing the beauty of the guitar. Though he was never my teacher, his playing is the reason I play guitar. I strive for his beauty and to reap the rewards that dedication and hard work bring. I am also very blessed to have Gus and johnny as two, very dear, loving friends.
  4. 4. Ain ’t M isbehavi n ’ from AlN"l' MISBEHAVIN’ Words by Andy Razaf Music by Thomas “Fats" Waller and Hany Brooks Verse Slowly C6 A7 Dm7 G7 C6 E7ll5 " I I . ‘ D1 ' - r * 5 I" l. ,4. No one to talk with. all by my - self. no one to walk with. but C Fl} F7 Em7 G°7 Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 Dm9 DB9 Cg E7l>9l: l3 E759 , 23 XX I -. .£= l:-2 : == '= $?= {E £5: J%'%'%'. f.%'{. J ILJ-I_‘: . - ——ZK-‘-2-: -- -‘ - — 2:)"-"- lI“I— -7.‘-'I"—ll —-‘I 1 _ ‘ -F ‘—"—'-"J _‘ — ' 3 3 $4 5 5 5 4 3 3 3- F6 Fm6 C6/E A7 Dm7 07 cs F6 Fm6 : 21: . &—: :%% i%J : $ ‘ &/ & { I'm hap-py on T the shelf, ain't mis»be-hav»ln‘. l‘m sav - in‘ my love for you. F3 Fmaj7 G13 Gl>l3 FI3 C FI3 F7 Em7 o°7 Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 G9 G7ll5 Ell A7$l5 , -I 22 IX , ' -"WT -T1123 II —'I‘-.21 3 3 . =5il': ‘E': —-3-'%jE1l'Z'-U-‘X22- 5 5 3 5 5 5 5 4 4 ; 5 5 5 3 3 7 7 5‘ 5 ' —a—2— 1 1 1 7 7 5 5 Verse C6 E7 C6 A7 Dm7 G7 C6 574:5 '-—'I2 I v m .5 1- I 7 2.. 5. I know for cer-tain. the one I love. I'm through _ llirt - in'. it‘s C F13 F7 Em7 o°7 Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 Dm9 DL9 C3 E7l>9b 13 E7b9 , _' _ :1 . ',. $£%§E: I'EF-'IfZ'. lnI IHIAIC j Z-I j jlj —: V'j'—'IPjvl j Copyright © 1929 by Mills Music, Inc. Copyright Renewed, Assigned to Mills Music, Inc. , Chappell & Co. and Razat Music Co. in the United States All Rights Ior Razaf Music Co, Administered by The Songwriters Guild of America International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 3
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  7. 7. Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) English lyric by Johnny Mercer French tyrk: by Jacques Prevert Music by Joseph Kosma Verse Moderately Am7 D7 Gmaj7 Cmaj7 mm. r A 221% The fall - ing S drift by the win - dow. the au - tumn E7b5 Bm7 E7139 Am7 Am7i>|3 Am13 D7175 Am7 Ai>7 Gmaj7 Ab7#9 Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 C7 G5 . . II 7 A , 2-- 9.3‘-'~{%. %'%I= —“"1j—. "’. i*. .— %%# %%%L%' IL: -37‘ "- I11 ——’— 'jI'1'—1.¢‘I. '7'—. ¢—'7" —A - LUVZ; jmajj ‘I-cl _ _ D L11 D115 — j1— j: j -j j . j i j : ' , , L I _ I I ; . am coal )0’! mm Em Am7 D7 1 . 1‘ .7'. .'—, ._m. ‘ gold. 1 see your lips T? the sum - mer Em Em(maj7)Em7 E7175 Bm7 E7#9 Am7 Am7l>l3 Aml3 D7b5 Am7 Ab7 { ( jzrjvj Z _ j» j» j| .jn. j.jII jn mu um i ‘ujuji Z4 jjnn-j-m-mm j m T j ; / _/ 8 G 7 8 5 5 7 3 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 - o Gmaj7 Cmaj7 F#m7ia5 B7 Em Am Em kiss - es. the sun»bumed hand} I used to hold. Since you Gmaj7 Aia73t9 Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 C7 F$im7 C13 B7 C13 B7#5 Em F$m7add4Em B7 B11 5 5 5 4 5 4 ——2- -4- 5 -2—-— -5- 2 2 2 2 2 © 1947, 1950 (Renewed) ENOCH ET CIE Sole Selling Agent for US. and Canada: MORLEY MUSIC C0,, by agreement with ENOCH ET CIE 6 All Rights Reserved
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  9. 9. Bewitched l‘romPALJOEY WordsbyLorenzHart Music by Richard Rodgers $3 Verse Moderately C C1i°7 Dm7 D11°7 C E7 r‘ j T ‘ T . ';'. .': '-f- hm ‘U I — — —_M. A.—— 1. I'm wild :1 - gain. be - guiled a - gain a sim — per — ing. whim-per — ing. 2.. 3. See additional lyrics D591ll1 Cmaj7 C6 E°7 Dm7 Dml3 Dm7 F°7 Cmaj7 C6 E7 C°7 "-KIM —IZ-I ji 57' C ' Ml MEI _ — ‘il’TZIlIg T 4-l'-l- ‘lZ. I"—'l — — —/ —-]"— 2_ II. .‘l'—_ Ii ‘l"—/ —"— — -/ —l- m —_'I 2AC-— l1'-: ‘- —l2-— ————’ LT}: 7 9 Ijjl ' 12:31 E I‘. _=I I I: —I child a - gain, be 7 witched. both«ered and be - wild - ered am 1. Am Am(add9)/ A5 Am/ G B°7 C6 D13 D9 D7sus4 D7 G7 G759 Am7 Dm755 Gl359 Copyright © 1941 by Williamson Music and The Estate 01 Lorenz Hart in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalf of The Estate 01 Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. 8 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. .: = %'''J%%%£ = -%l ll. .ZMMTj. jT'M‘M'j LT- Z TI | ‘l' M ‘ 7 - —/ I He can laugh. but 1 love it. _._ Al—though the laughs on me. 3. I'll Dm7 DmI3 Dm7sus-1 Dm7 Dml3 G7 G9 G7 011 Em7 E5ml3 Dm7 Dl>911lI , , A :1! ’ P. £%%i'%"——_3'J"'j’%= .—-. Ill M T/ — M jfiajajajnjj IUVZ-—/ —M‘— — 9 j TM &_Z Z Z _ 3____ 9 5 G 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 7 7- 7 7 3 5 ———-5— 5- 5 3 3- Additional Lyrics 2. Couldn't sleep. and wouldn't sleep, 3. I'll sing to him. each spring to him, When love came and told me I shouldn‘t sleep. And long for the day when 1‘ll cling to him. Bewitched. bothered and bewildered am I. Bewitched. bothered and bewildered am 1.
  11. 11. But Beautiful Words by Johnny Burke Music by Jimmy Van Heusen Gmajl3 Bm755 Am9 Clim755 F8759 GmaJ9 Bm755 E7 ,1} M32 _: j _ j u: ‘.. j.: -.»‘T 2%-Jjjjjji-T llVj qui 7 et or it‘s mad. It's a good thing or it's bad. but Am9 Am(add9)/ A5 Am/ G A57ti5 G13 G7li5 Flt/ G G Em7add4 E5m7add4 Dm7add4 G9 G759 '1 3 " -3- ‘ Ilj-I ‘ll/ —’—! l"j LIPID‘ M MW! 1/— -III TZf'. —I. —.‘ | l'jl‘—j'A. j -/ 1Al.2.¢j. j—T‘_E: ‘Z: 'TTZF-I ‘ T 5 ’ j . ' § 5 5 5*‘ ' Z ' 3“ A9 D7 D7/C Bm7 Em7 '1 — ‘T1 beau 7 ti 7 ful. T Beau 7 ti - ful to take a chance and A9 A9513 A13 A9 D13 E59513 D13 D759 G3 Gmaj7 Em7sus4 Em7 I'll I-1 Zé é—II —f. I — TIA _II ‘I T‘ E‘. " ‘ _'. ‘E _ ‘Mfg’ -'2 % .7 7 ' I 7 7 7 Copyright © 1947 by Bourne Co. and Dorsey Bros. Music, A Division of Music Sales Corporation (ASCAP) Copyri ht Renewed International Copyright ecured All Rights Reserved 0 Reprinted by Permission _|
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  14. 14. Cherokee (Indian Love Song) WordsandMusicbyFIayNobie BB9 Eiamaj7 = — 9 In 1 In - dian maid - en. since first I Bizl3ia9 Bizl3 Eizmaj‘) Eizmaj7 Elamaj9 met you. I can't for - get you. El>mimaj7) Am7 Ab7 Gm7 Gb7$i5 F13 C13 Gm7 G57 Copyright C) 1938 The Peter Maurice Music Co. , Ltd. , London, England Copyright Renewed and Assigned to Shapiro. Bernstein & 00., Inc. , New York for USA. and Canada International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Used by Permission 13
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  17. 17. Darn That Dream Lyric by Eddie De Lange Music by Jimmy Van Heusen Verse Moderately G B5m7 E57 Am7 371:5 Em7 Ern/ D Clim7 Cmaj7 u'u= .'-—'fl. :=—’-# . .. . . -: ___% l. Dam that dream I dream each night. you say you love me and you G/ B E57sus-1 E5755 Am(add9) Am Am7 B755 D1$m7add4 Em7add4 F799 F1l7$I9 F7$l9§ ll F#7#9tIll hold me tight. but when I a - wake you're out of sight. Oh, G9sus4 G13 E9sus4 E759 Am9 Amll Cm6 B7135 F7 Em7 A1359 A13 B5°7 A755 "-15.1 i 5 mt m jun j j jrjtru mu Am7 D7 Bm7 E7 Am7 D7 0 B5m7 E57 Am7 B755 I [('S. 'j: :j= — darn that dream. Dam your lips and dam ‘ your eyes they Amll A57 Bm7 B511 Am7 A57 G8 E5’/ sus4 E5755 Am(add9) Am Am7 B755 Dflm7add4 Z"Z: ZI'Z""’—T'—vI j I I '1! N I-[ Lb nit 7.24.! .. ‘'/ _1.12:‘[ Z4‘ZIJ. ¢m. ¢ 1'' 1.4 1* . 'V'—— K I T 2|‘ Z-'7': Z.¢— I _ mu ‘ —— -4 -1.5 — ‘ In mm mm mm ornam- sl an ul al ‘I 01 mm -J Copyright©1939 WB Music Corp. Copyright Renewed, Assigned and Copyright © 1968 by Scarsdale Music Corporation and Music Sales Corporation International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 5 Used by Permission .5
  18. 18. C$tm7 Cmaj7 Bm755 E759 Am7 F7 I-__ 1 lift me high a - bove the moon » lit skies. then I tum - ble out of Em7add4 A57115 Am6 B785 Cm6 G9sus4 G13 E9sus4 E759 Am9 Amll Cm6 B7315 F7 Em7 1 . ' ‘I _ . ‘ IL? ‘ — T I’? KI—"—'-‘T .6 I 'I 7 4 5 7 G 10 *4? --7j- 19 7 7 5 5 —o—e— 10 7 7 5 —9 a a a 1 , -7- 7- -4 —-4- 7- 7 -7-—— 5 7 7 7 par - a - dise, Oh. dam that dream. Dam that one track Bm7 B5°7 A755 Amll A5739 Gmaj7 B51359 B57 E5maj7 B51359 Cmll F755 mind of mine. _ it can"! un — der < stand that you don't care. _ Fm7add4 Gm7 Gmll E5maj7 E5 E5maj7 B9 B7 Fm7sus4 Fm7 B57sus4 B57 Cm7 Gm Gm/ F Em755 Am7 D7 E59 D9 I V j- : _. I -I ; Just to change the mood I'm in. I‘d wel-come a nice old mare‘ E5maj7 B5l359 Cmll F755 Gm Gm(add9)/ G5 Gm/ F Gmll Amll Bm7 D13 D759 . %"%'—i%= %£ -1 '5‘ 5 9 . ’ ‘° l "‘1*' | 6 = ' l 7 —-O :7- 17
  19. 19. G B5m7 E57 Am7 B755 Em7 Em/ D C#m7 Cmaj7 . . ljmnjjmjjm T . .jjj$mIZ jmjluljjmjtrj mm ‘H’ -I ‘V —_—. 2. Dam that dream and bless it too. with . out that dream I nev - er G/ B E57sus4 E5755 Am(add9) Am Am7 B755 Dt¢m7add4 Em7add4 F7139 F$17#9 F7t$91tl1 F#7#9tt11 Bm755 E759 Am7 F7 Bm7 B5°7 IL. ‘ — 2 ‘—-1 — — IUV‘ — 2 j would have you. But it haunts me and it won't come true. oh, G9sus4 G13 E9sus4 E759 Am9 Amll Cmo B7315 F7 Em7 A1359 A13 B5°7 A755 II. .j’'— —[ —. "—I"'m T T mmmjmmirli _— RG7‘ to L: ——--l — :11 v .5 8
  20. 20. A Day in the Life of a Fool (Manha De Carnaval) Words by Carl Sigrmn Music by Luiz Bonfa Verse Moderately Am Dm6 E7 59 Am Dmo E7 A day in the life of a fool. ___. _j_ A j '- sad and a long. lone — ly day. _ I walk the Am Am(add9)/ A5 Am/ G Dm7add4 G7 Cmaj7 Dm7 Em7 Dm7 Cmaj7 B5°7 Dm7 A7 . ''= : . , mil. "’ an ‘Al um‘ Qt arm ¢II§flII ll| "H¢l| U8 -' I'll G7 Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Copyright © 1966 by Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian Copyright Renewed All Rights Administered by Chappell 8. Co. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 19
  21. 21. Dm6 E7 Am Dm6 E7 I I‘. jmjmjmgjjm mm B"- _ . _. — r / L 2 ‘:2 sight of you T com - ing my way. T I Bm755 Bm7 E7 Am E7 Am/ B Am Am/ G E755 ‘:2 ‘I ——= ‘'—K/ —/—, /—— — 1.3. "— 7 ‘ —-¢—? /—/ / — 1%. ! I --/ —= L— ‘ l 0- , 2 2 2 2 2 o 2 9— 0 Am Dm6 E759 Am Dm6 E7 ll". j’— T-rm lfivj 0 — L2 stop just a » cross from your door. but Am Am(add9)/ A5 Ant/ G Dm7add4 E7 E759 Am/ B Am Am/ G E739 E755 H 5, ' I Ezmgm-5:1:-§. ;£= lIV I — "— I — A ‘-4— ‘I A7sus4 A759 Dm A r. '—_ _ mm {Git ' —: —l ( you're nev — er home an — y more A759 A7 B513 A7 A7335 A7 Dm Dm(maj7) Dm7 Dm6 A'‘= !:; ‘‘ .1‘: II ni? :."£m_= : £37m = m= — " z z r / 5 In {LG 3 3 Gt 0| 0|‘! Dm6 E7 59 Am Dm6 E7 — A . So back to my room and there in the gloom I cry T [)5 E7(no3rd) F6(nn3rd) Dm6 Am Asus4 Am Dm7add4 F9 E7sus4 E755 . 2 IL. —I H _ -1/—. .— ‘N’ T‘ —fi. ' T I . / M o 0 J. o a 0
  22. 22. Am Dm7 Am 3 T —/ you ‘Til Am7add4 Am9add4 Am Dm Am E9 3 Dm7 Am7 3 —— : — —— — 3 Dm7 3 W A . ,_. — W. 0 will it way the that’s me. back COITIC B/ C Am7add4 Am9add4 Am6 Am6add1 I Am6 Am7 Am7sus4 Am7 Cmaj7l>5 Am7add4 Am9add4 : j*3——jI (II ' T? T T ‘ah. --— T j -j-T2 j L5 87. 55 - 5 5 Dm7 Em7 d cm . ._. j. W”. .. .. Am 9 5 E7sus4 E7#9 T3 —, Dla8addb9 Dl>majl3 Cmaj13 V Dlzmaj13 21
  23. 23. Falling in Love With Love from THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE Words by Lorenz Hart Music by Richard Rodgers Verse Moderately 1. Fall - ing in love with love is fall - ing for make be 2. See additional lyrics Bbmaj9 Bbmaj7 F1359 Gm7 A5°7 B°7 Cmll Cm7 Copyright © 1936 by Williamson Music and The Estate Of Lorenz Hart in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalf oi The Estate 01 Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. 22 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  24. 24. Cm7 D7 G7 T I‘ love 1.. Am7 G7sus4 but D7 Fii7b5 D7 Cy Ab7b5 school Gml 1 23 7 H _ 9 7 m . n m . m D G A = / cm A 9 «mm. In W 7 7 r. A u. . . m N 7 69 t rm. _ i .1 W . m C n. : 5 MI» . MM / u . i m g 7 . v. G j m _. m M .7 f m u; M , . , .. .. a H . . I m jj . m A h 7 H 7 7 m D m m . m m m . s = 1 m G C C ___ s _ m 9 m __ mt m W a .4 9 h 7 m . ..r. H w 7 c M m A w m 7 W m L . m A G . .. Lu In
  25. 25. 1 E E E —'-TEE-jj-Z nu: Girl Talk from the Paramount Picture HARLOW WordsbyBobbyTroup MusicbyNealHefti Verse Moderately Fmaj7 B9 Bbmaj‘) Gm7 E57139 Efl 3--Ujxjljij j Z ‘- *1. They like (We) 2. See additional l_'ri(‘. s to chat at — bout the dress es they will wear ‘Lyrics in purcnLhcsca represent tbnialc meal. Am7 D759 Gm7 L; Am7 B5 C9 J rxvjljjjjj they chew the fat a-bout their tress - es and the neigh - bor's fight: in-con - se-quen - tial things that (we) (our) Am7 D7b9 Gm7 Am7 Blzmaj7 C9 Fm7 Bbm7 Copyright © 1965 (Renewed 1993) by Famous Music Corporation and Bobby Troup Music International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  26. 26. G7l25lr9 Gm7/C C759 Am7 D7l'a9 Am7 Bbm Cm6 D7 r‘ ‘ E : ‘ ‘ 7.I! ““E—_-jLZ'jjIK—2—‘—‘2 _ _ Jfiitl IE I K E X E 2 2 jZ——-—- E E men don't real - ly care to know be-come es-sen » tial things that wom - en find so "ap - pro~po“. Fm7 Gm7b5 Gm7 C7l:9 Am7 D7l>9 Am7 Bbm7 D7lz9 D7175 , I j I -. - - : - : =? = ———'. ‘ ' : —_—'-l 2- v"%= '.‘ £2? II. .‘iIIl —‘—‘—‘—-" -_-III _—_1_ ‘U’-P‘ _ 'r‘_ —ll 2 _2'I _-'1 I _ Dm7/G 3 G9 3 Gm7/C 3 Blzm7 Am7 Dm9 -‘IE: jj L 1: Lj L E . -;-_-‘--"—-‘-——! '—-—‘——_'_-1-2- — ua: jj Z : %%-Z 1 j? ’ " = But that‘s a dame. they‘re all the same: it‘s just a game. They call it girl talk (we're) (We) Dm7 G9 3 G7 Crm9 3 Gm7 Blzm7 Am7 Dm7 — b - -1 . . '1 Gm7 C9 Gm7 C7l>9 F Am7 Blamaj9 Bm7la5 Cll Fmaj9 ' . ',; ==E%%-. E TE juji lulj/ —‘ —/ —I Z! I girl talk talk to me (talks of you. ) TEE Gm7 C9 Gm7 C7l:9 F/ A G7l>9 Gm7 Fllmaj7 Fmaj 1 3ll I1 , .‘——I —i —Bi—I1/—j-Il I —‘I 15:2’; I/ —'? . —'7'—Tl: I u u. ..E1-. ..-EE. _. E-. E—E. ... .E-a-_E 1/ . ..-. - . ‘WV-fi—)I —: :£——/ —/ - — I I I ~ -- he I 3 I l IE ' ' I %j—lEj% 3 3 0 l I 5 4 3 I 3 3 5 ——+ -3 2 1 Additional Lyrics 2. They all meow about the ups and downs of all heis friends. (we) our The “who, ” the “how. “ the “why. " they dish the dirt. it never ends. (we) The weaker sex. the speaker sex we mortal males behold, (you) But though we joke we wouldn't trade you for a ton of gold. So baby stay and gab away. (It's all been planned. so take my hand. But hear me say that after (Please understand the sweetest Girl talk. talk to me. (Girl talk talks of you. ) 2 01
  27. 27. Have You Met Miss Jones? from I'D RATHER BE RIGHT Words by Lorenz Hart Music by Richard Rodgers Verse Moderately Fmaj7 B59 Am7 D7la9 Gm7 1.,4. “Have you met Miss Jones? " Some - one said as Fmaj7 F1359 Gmll Ala°7 Am7 D739 D7l>9 Gm7 Am7 Bm7l>5 E739 we shook hands. She was just Miss Jones to me. Ela9llII D7l>9bI3CI3 C7325 Dm7 G9l>I3 Gm7 GL7 '4 EE. .jI-r-En. .TIu T-‘ZEN’-J"— I 1.5 —/ '— -. -r. --' - -r I _- . NET -' ' T Verse C7lz9 Fmaj7 Bla9 Am7 D7l:9 Gm7 K’, l— ——j— . %l%J_E E: i%% 'E KQI I I _A E 2..5. Then I said. “Miss Jones, you're a girl who F7sus4 Gl>7il9 Gl>7lz9 Fmaj7 Fl3b9 Gmll Ala°7 Am7 D739 D7l29 Gm7 Am7 Bm7b5 E7tl9 K"—-ll: '—I I I L: II *1 Y - —l_ 5 5 3 | I l _-'. —I—'‘-‘— 3 3 2 j , 3 —Eé; , 3 5 5 7 1 2 3 4 5 + Copyright © 1937 by Williamson Music and The Estate 01 Lorenz Han in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalt of The Estate Ot Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. 25 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  28. 28. un — der — stands. Im a man who must be free. Eb9:tII D7l>9l>l3 C13 C7185 Amll Dm7sus4 Dm7 G7 Dm7 G9bI3 G7sus4 A| :7 —" 5 u -I I‘ ill —4I"':1'¢-II d . ' III I I I15 I—/ ITFI-’ II “II I I I ‘Kati/ .—. —— . ll/ — .1 . I-' — 7 C7 F13 F: t9bn F13 BIS F°7 Cm7 DbIIb9 D°7 Db7sus4 Db7 once was scared Io death. and all at once I owned the E| vm7sus4 Ebm7 G°7 Al>m7 A7sus4lv9 Bb°7 A7sus4 A7 Bm7sus4 Bm7 E9(no 3rd) E7sus4 I ' :3-jug-jzs-j! II_. ,-j-j": .'j. j . I - s 6 5 5 Verse Abm9add11 Db9 G| >maj9 Gm7 c7b9 Fmaj7 BL9 --' _. ~- . .—: _j_. ___. ..: _= - I J J- ‘1 — I earth and sky. I 3.. 6. Now I've met Miss Db7sus4 Db? Gl>maj7 G| a7l'a5 Bmaj7 G7fi9 G7b9 Fmaj7 F13b9 Gmll Ab°7 [,5 j , , Z". =fi—. I" 'I kw ] L 9 9— 6: . 4 I II ‘ 3 I 5 3 ‘ 3 ‘ ‘ ‘ I 2 2 3 " I I 27
  29. 29. C9 C9sus4 Gm7 D7l>9 Am7 3 e% WC 3 . .nuC 3 L» 9 ID g7 . mD w an m 9 . u/« mE 5 ID m mcB 7 Mm CA w m .0 mG 9 Lu 7 D 9 a 7 D . m .5 . mA 0 J . ... I: -H 1 i- 3 6 F C7la9 Gm7 I 2 D9 Am7 and Jones Miss die. 6 F Gla7l>9 Glv7ll9 Gm‘) G13 Dm9 Fmaj13fl1 1 28
  30. 30. I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good Words by Paul Francis Webster Music by Duke Ellington Verse Moderately E°7 G C G B7 Em A7 Em7 A9 A7125 A7 Ki—! "—j—‘_j——‘ E F 3 0 —-Tj l. Nev — er treats me sweet and gen - tie the way he should; 2. See additional lyrics G°7 08 Cmaj7 03 B7 3735 F7 Em7 A9 Em7 Emll A9 A9lal3 A13 Bl>m9add4 . an 5.. 'I ILL -‘ ‘. 'l'—I-M -"_"%El¥ %“€‘—: =I2la II. .j1-IZZLT —-I —-If ‘ —I‘-—C—lj1—-—DA7'—‘-l—- — ll'jjl—II -' III I "— Tl ": "—“— -ZZE I2—l . ' : ' ' E‘ Lji 7 _-, j Am7 B7585 E9 A7 D7 G Em7 Am7 D7la5 E: 57 —I. Fl I got It had and that ain't good! Am9add4 Am7add4 B7135 l ll A7 A5713‘) (:8 El: I3 H29 D‘) Dbl? Dl79 . . . 5 i - F ' -2-I fl -3 I. -'-"j: l?£'-urn-1:. "-'. 'j. :ilj. j= 1- £25 2 M IIJ_T—"‘— _- —A"'—I"": x — ‘-’—"—- ——— Ll"“‘——‘_—-I ‘ jl — —— — Z-I'I — — 7 5 7 19 7 - 3 8 G 5 ° 5 ° ° ° - 6 FI%fl ‘: ‘:1"1':7"1 ' ' _5 5 5 1 E°7 G C G B7 Em A7 Em7 A9 A7ll5 A7 v‘x2 I j . —j—- — . ‘. ‘;‘-—-——- - - ' My poor heart Is sen - t1 men - tal not made of wood G°7 G3 Cma_|7 08 B7 37:35 F7 Em7 A9 Em7 Emll A9 A9lz13 A13add9 Bl>m9add4 1,1 ZC'7‘—'7‘: :--—l —ZI3 —_Yl -'1'—J—VI—1 —"—"—-W — . —'IA —. L4—'l ‘l'1"—Z. Lu—-d— -I —-—"l ‘ — —I| I ‘ ‘ -_ Copynght O 1941 (Renewed 1968) by Famous Music Corporation and Webster Music Co. in the U. S.A. Rights for the world outside the U. S.A. Controlled by EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (Publishing) and Warner Bros. Publications Inc. (Print) International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 2 (D
  31. 31. u 3 1 MW 9 Lu D /5 z / . . I . .. . 9., “ I ____ ____ M. > C I ___ 7 6 I . m . . , . . ___ m= . I. . ___ am. 1 ___ ____ I 4. has _ ___ . ... .. . . . . . I ___ tm__ ___. - ___ __ I _ __ . _ G I. 7 _ , 7m— ____ 7 ___ t , ._ a__ I t__ __. . ... . . ... .. .. .. . - .12: .5.“ .5.“ ,5.“ ,5.“ .5.“ .5.“ round D9 . umjaj M . -.= .-. E°7 G7 — ___ ‘ZIII ‘-1- 2%". . ___ day rolls a » F13 F9 / n my out Am7add4 D 13 D7l>9 A7 D7 G Cm6 J . — ' that ain’t good! A7 Ab7st9 3 b I’ I: ver and Mon Am7 Cm13add4 B7ll5 — I —' Mr M E7 D°7 Am / MM — out just cry - I B°7 D°7 5.’ 7 E 3 z. . M 9 . d l . m E n F 7 7 a m . m m m NM Mon 0 A . n B 7 d 7 B __ a B — — — end s Am9add4 Am7add4 M’ — week Am9 Am7sus4 Am7 M T _ — ‘—- ' when the Am7 ‘- end up like I FII8 G8 Gma_|7 3 $— 1 —‘-—E— 30
  32. 32. — He don‘t love me like I love him no bod G°7 G3 Cmafl 03 B7 B735 F7 Em7 A9 Em7 emu -I —-‘C — TI C‘Aj'—. — —‘—IIC —: -I —'T_—’— A9 A755 A7 Am7 B73t5 E9 A7 D7 -, . = %: J—n%'JC ‘UV — — could‘ I got it bad and that ain't A9 A9513 A13 B5m9add4 AIII9atltl4 Am7add4 B7185 F13 A7 Al>7tl9 '1 . .r _ I‘ : -its mvhmhjlgim-ma T m "= i = its’-—“'%M "E " 4. ? '¢""'j I1 I 2. G E9 A9 D7 G Cm6 G I U l good! eg good! G Al3l>9 Am7 Am9 Am7 A°7 Al2ma‘l3 ALE; Alamajl3 Gmajl3 I -i‘ ' -" . =~ . ' ! E%. . i _ __ . ,_ 9 —7—s I 3 1- I I ‘ ‘ _l 1l 3 3 3 ‘, """' 4 7 6 -4 s 5 5 5 ' -4—— 4 4 3 ' Additional Lyrics 2. Like a lonely weeping willow lost in the wood I got it bad and that ain‘t good! And the things I tell my pillow no woman should. I got it bad and that am‘! good! Tho folks with good intentions tell me to save my tears I'm glad I‘m mad about him I can't live without him. Lord above me make him love me the way he should. I got it bad and that ain't good! 0-) -L
  33. 33. I Hear a Rhapsody ByGeorgeFrajos, JackBakerandDickGasperre Moderately Cm FIl° G7 Cm Ab6 Bl:7 El: Ctt° 1. And when I (2.)hear you calla so soft - ly to me Cm(add9)/ B Cm/ B|> Fm7add4 F#ml3add4 Bb7l>5 E53 E5maj7 Fm7 Bla°7 : .: - / «/- 1l. TA_T. TLm_—-'——IZI ll/ ml IT/ Tn-v -I T 3 Fm Al>m6 Bla7 El: 1 '—ItTjM | CT < Qrfiimjjjjjimlnrl/ M — jjT. jm I MTT: — . T I don't hear a call at ails I hear a rhap » so - dy. G°7 F1l9 Bb°7 Fm7sus4 Fm7Blwl3lt9 BI97 Bm7 BII7 Elll‘l'laj9 Ela6 C spark - ling eyes G7 Cm9/B Cm7/Bl: Fm7add4 F1lml3add4 Bl:7|:5 E58 Elrmaj7 Fm7 Bla°7 Copyright © 2001 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION 32 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  34. 34. Eb BB7 Abmfi Fm 3 soft through BB7 Bm7 B57 Ebmaj9 E56 9 on’ 3 1 Lv . B . m F M u S 7 m F 7 D I, B 9 an F Bridge Gm D7 Cmfi M Gm Gm/ Gk Gm/ F G7 Bo Fm6 Fm Bl: B57 B59 Bl>7|>9 G7b5 33
  35. 35. T 3. My dar - ling hold me t and whis - per to me Cm B7 B7335 Cm(add9)/ B Cm/ B5 Fm7add4 F#ml3add4 B5755 E58 E5maj7 Fm7 B5°7 , . . _ , . ". F/ T1-I/ —_I. "F I / «I — then soft through FSC9 B5°7 Fm7sus4 Fm7 B51359 E5 Cm Fzt° G7 E5 I ZFl 5 7 | _i l 5 5 * 5 - I I ' 5 5*“ I ' I
  36. 36. If I Should Lose You from the Paramount Picture ROSE OF THE RANCHO Words and Music by Leo Robin and Ralph Ralnger Moderately should (3.)lose the stars would fall E735 D571$9 D5759 B°7 E715 D57#9 D5759 B°7 (‘7 C7185 F C7 CW5 F / j—_—A_Z. '!—/ —.—-—A_—- 7"-A l“'_‘—! jZ. ———! -I If I should lose you the leaves would with - er and die. C7 A7339 A759 C7595l3 Fmaj7 C7 A739 A759 C7595 l3 B5°7 Fmaj7 . / I-—'I — jIHI'—'f'l —_ ’ V. :. - / —C! fi-7' 7*! Z T ill. -rl/ — _: z ' QT 5 5 ‘j‘ 5 : Ef£ 9 In —a—e——e a—e Dm G9 D9595 G7 F#°7 C V. j 7— jg lilo ‘I‘fl——Z _1Ifil . F Copyright 6:) 1935 (Renewed 1962) by Famous Music Corporation International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 35
  37. 37. 771-} 1 5 f —_g: f mg}-: _.. _.. .._ ‘W7 ' —' and I would wan — der a — round hat — ing the sound of rain. c7b9 Am7add4 E9 B°7 D°7 Am7 B59 D9 D7 Am7sus4 Am7 Dm7add4 -. u': ‘.? u:: —j-"4"-‘n. .}'-'r%'7Iil»'. 'E: J'-'r%/ lfl%lJ--'-'I_—I-? — . “ "InI-I—. J -: -—"]— 3 5 7 7 *7 ° ° 3 5 7 7 ,9 9 9 7 5 5 5 7 7 IT 3 *5 7 _ —5—— I E+ G$°7 Am — llfji-'= .j. :%i-j— _'t '— j-—— the rose would bloom in the snow. G759 E7335 D57$9 D5759 B°7 Am7 E735 D57$9 D5759 B°7 D°7 Am7 I I V I I i, '. (.rZ: — = flE. '». ’—i—' '% 5% "j": “:’T With you be - side me, no winds of win - ter would blow. C7 A7339 A759 C7595l3 Fmaj7 C7 A799 A759 C7595l3 B5°7 Fmaj7 ? ' II 1 II‘! I 7 . I_- M 1. 5- 1 . - M-I/ — II. !_ZL4 ' T H’ M -l—
  38. 38. C F7 I_‘ a dream. but C A°7 — T G7 lost G9$5 F1i°7 E liv . ing F$t°7 A°7 I G7sus4 TI . . - F°7 I E 7 :1 5'' A57 ' if A57 Cmaj7 D9935 G7 _jj—. ——— - ou love, and was Dm7 G13 G7 ° MM-/ Tz u jj-r 2! u Mm : .1 j-rj-M 3 D9 Fm7sus4 Fm7 G9 m9 in Amll m A 7 E 2' my D Y seem Am7 gave G7 would B59 7 Dm I Dm ; . : I ll! --I -lI— -3:-E= ..:2.'I'= I3‘I'E-"“-‘--‘ M: -jjrjjj-/ Marja T Iiv B°7 ' ’-_u——-: ——2 -‘ -: i l'l'_I——" ' - in g vain D°7 D9 37
  39. 39. I've Got You Under My Skin fromBORNTODANCE wordsand MusicbyCo| ePorter B57 E5maj7 E56 = » _ un < der my skin. M I've B59 B57 E5maj7 B51359 A5maj7 B51359 B57135 Fm7 B 5 7 E5 '. "l':1'-'-= —2———%i%1:. ——: Tj-—j—T deep in my heart _j you're real - ly a pan of me. T I‘ve Fm7 B57 B51359 B57 Emaj7 E5maj7 E56 E5maj7 Copyright © 1936 by Chappell 8. Co. Copyright Renewed. Assigned to John F. Wharton. Trustee of the Cole Porter Musical and Literary Property Trusts Chappell & Co. owner of publication and allied rights throughout the world 33 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  40. 40. E56 E5maj7 G7 Dm7 '7- '7- j . I‘ve so well know I sist when dar-ling re try why should I B5°7 G7 G9 Dm7add4 Dm7 IA‘ 9 3
  41. 41. sac - rI»fice an - y-thing come what might for the sake of hav - ing you near. In spite of a Fm6 B57 B513 B57 E5maj9 Ebg E59 ? .''. '.'_'''= -%£%-%%%: _£%%. _g_ _: ._. —_: :__%$% Fm7 A5m E5 B57 In the night and re — peats and re-peats : “Don‘I you Gm7 A5°7 E5maj9 ELS B57sus4 B59 B57 Cm A5 B57 E5 C°7 l',1'. 'I. j.Z. l=’ ' _ —j. . know lit . tle foolj you nev . er can win} Use your men - Cm Fm7 B57 B59 B57 E58 3759 3759 B57
  42. 42. B57 E5 3-“ _. = -—-3 if; = j wake up to re » al - i - M4? But each B513 131.795 31:7 1359 B57 E53 E57595l3 / T‘ —-ii; I’. Igrn - j ‘ B -= uiijxjj} (IT 1 ‘ 5 5 "7 7 5 9 + _ 6 gj 5 5 O 6 6 6- A5 A5m E5 B5m C7 X’. -V _ 7 Z'I_' _ — —-- ——‘é —"2'—‘_M Kfiilrjt-“= ZTT— Z i q—_‘ time I do just the thought of you makes me stop be- fore I be < gin. ‘cause l‘c A5maj7 Fmo Fm7 A5ml3add4 A5m7add4 Gm7add4 E53 E56 D7ii9 B51359 E5m7add4 D57 C7 7? ii. ll Fm B5759 E5 41
  43. 43. In a Sentimental Mood Words and Music by Duke Ellinghon, Irving Mills and Manny Kurlz Verse Slowly Dm Dm(maj7) Dm7 Dm6 RT ‘ ‘U’-p‘ - —— , M- In a sen ti men tal mood I can see the stars come Bm755 E7fi9 E59131] C/ D A7sus4 A7335 Dmll Dml1(maj7) Dmll Dm7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm(add9) Am7sus4 Am7 Gm Gm(maj7) Gm7 BB7 A7 Dm7 , =____ V M — ‘:1 - EF. jf= - -E! j I 4 through my ruunne while your lnv. ing at - ti - tude ix like a (lmlaladdd (im7add4 (imladd9l (imladdlii/ GI: Gm‘)/ F I-Ila’-NI I Dm9sus4 CU C735 A7 A7335 Dm Dm7add4 E5913] I Dm9sus4 "T 7‘. — ——%h%Y§fl'-lE -3- — I ‘lie-M —fi Te Pe'nj: i—'j'j—rn 1l'_I'— In F. 1 M ‘sun I. V I 93 In Go"? flame that lights the gloom. On the wings of ev - ry kiss D13 D7185 Gm7add4 C7 Fmaj9 Bm7l:5E71l9Eb91l]lC/ DAl1 ANS Em7 Eb7 Copyright © 1935 (Renewed 1963) and Assigned to Famous Music Corporation and EMI Mills Music Inc. in the U. S.A. Rights for the world outside the U. S.A. Controlled by EMI Mills Music Inc‘ (Publishing) and Warner Bros. Publications Inc. (Print) 42 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  44. 44. Dm7 Dm6 Gm Gm(maj7) Gm7 B [17 A7 PN —'-jmjmj 1 '-———_—u— -2“ - -I 1/ ll | uv —jmm2_m { j : drifts a mel - o — dy so strange and [l in this sen-ti - men-tal Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm(add9) Am7sus4 Am7 Gmll Gm(add9) Gm(add9)/ Git Gm‘)/ F Eb9lll I Dm9sus4 C9 C7#5 A7 A7335 1 '-j-mrjrmj ma T 19-j: zimjmj TI j 1 ll. .Ij —‘— T 1-‘j-'j 21 llv’C——‘ j— ' Dm7 D7 Gm7 G1>7 Fmaj7 El: m7 AL7 J :3! —/ I blisso you make my par - a - dise com - plete. Dm7add4 E59131] Dm9sus4 D13 Rose pet - als seem to fall‘ It's all like a dream to call you mine. Dlmap Dis Dbmajv Bl. m7sus4 BLm7 D| >maj7 DL6 ELm9 El. m7 E| :m9 Ab7 A513 Gm7|25 BL7 b i’ I. '.—] “-11- — — -— I: _‘ Z§—I. :— -:1-—'jZ - - — _ / I j4jIIII——l -'-TE, ‘--—I 9 er thing since you make this night a thing di - vine. Dlvmaj7 DI26 Dl: maj7 Bi>m7sus4 Biam7 D| >maj7 D56 Eizm9 Eivm7 Ebm9 AW AH3 Gmll C7l>5 43
  45. 45. Dm6 Dm7 Dm A7 Em7|:5 Verse C7 8 mood Dm7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm(add9) Am7sus4 Am7 Bm7i25 E7#9 E59831] C/ D A7sus4 A785 Dmll Dmll(maj7) Dmll A7 B| >7 Gm7 Gm(maj7) Dmll M 9 ID E Gm9add4 Gm7add4 Gm(add9) Gm(add9)/ GI: Gm9/F Dm7add4 E59331] Dm9sus4 D13 44
  46. 46. t Never Entered My ind from HIGHER AND HIGHER Words by Lorenz Han Music by Richard Rodgers Verse Moderately —'—- ___“- "—‘— I. Once I laughedwhen I heard you say - ing that I'd be play . ing sol - i - taire. Fmaj7 H1739 Fm9 Ffi7il9 Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Am7 A| :m7iz I3 F Gl3i:9 A5°7 Am7 Ab7 F Gl3b9 Am7 y G13b9AI°7 Am7 AL7 G13L9 Am7 Abm7 Gm7 Gm Ela7 C7 F Am F Am F Am r. " In-‘§%j—_ ll . ‘j. ' j j — j -1: jmjjjjjjjjj | I Z j mind. Once you told me I was mis—tak » en. That I'd a - wak - en Dmll Db9tiiiGm7udd4c7la9 Fmaj7 F6 Fmaj7 F6 Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Am7 Abm7b13F GI3la9 AI>°7 Am7 AI>7 —3— 5 4 5 -4- Copyright © 1940 by Williamson Music and The Estate Of Lorenz Hart in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalf of The Estate 01 Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 45
  47. 47. m A F ___. Am . ——j—— one. for ange 01’ and sun with Am7 Al>m7 Gl3|>9 F AIa7 GI3b9 A5°7 Am7 DII7 Dm7add4 C759 7 C 7 ID A Gm9add4 Gm7add4 Gm9add4 Gml I Am B5 C7 B°7 C7 F6 C7 my back to scratch my have ven HOW And self. my lack C6 C7 D°7 C6 Gm7 Bb6 Dm7sus4 Dm7 46
  48. 48. Verse Bl: Am C7 F Am F Am F Am F Am y. "-, - I 1 g i. ‘ j1= _ self. 2. Once you wamed me that if you scomcd me I’d sing the maid - en's pray’r a - gain. Gmll C13 C7129 Fmaj7 Fmaj7ti5 Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 A/ F Bm7i:5 E755 Am7 AL7 F GI3l:9 Am7 . I . — lI'_—_’—: fl jf M‘ MAT F Am Cm6 Bl: + D7 Gm C7sus4 C7 Fmaj7 -5-j i . '.-. ==; =-_-2:-__. _,e= ".1=: %%= -.-%%e CW7‘ ‘: ‘—‘ I - "‘_ and wish that you were there a - gain. To get in - to my hair a - gain, F C1359 A5°7 Am7 A57 F9 E59 D9 D7l:9 Gm7 Gm9 Gm7 C7sus4 C7 Fmaj7 Gl3i>9 Ai: m7 ‘’'-’‘'j ‘E j’? -1'-: '5?""" ' *5 = =-'v-‘=31: 1 '. <a~. ::. -.—. .-. .—_-. ==; ."= = = .. _. —. . 3‘—; E‘i: -11:. --. —z: 3 3 F -5- MT ‘5‘ ‘5 5 5 3 3 3- BL6 F C7 F6 G7 C7 . '. 1 j _ —- —- : it nev er en tered my mind Gm7 Gm9add4 Gm7add4 C7la9 DIamaj7 Emaj7 Gmaj7 GIamaj7
  49. 49. Isn’t It Romantic? from the Paramount Picture LOVE ME TONIGHT Words by Lorenz Hart Music by Richard Rodgers I. Is - n't it ro - man - tic? Mu - sic in the night. a 2. See additional lyric‘: Bm7 B57sus4 Am7 A5755 Gm75 I3 G5m6 Fm6 Fm7 Emaj7 D56 3 . ‘ , , : 5 I 3 2 1 1 1 3 - 4 _ 3 2 -1 1 2 3 : 1 I 4 3 3 2 4 7 6 5 4 3 = E5 B57 —! I§EEC%1 dream that can be heard. Is - n’t it ro - man - tic’? Mov-ing shad-ows write the E5maj7 E56 Fmll E9131] E5maj7 Bm7 B57sus4 Am7 A5755 Gm75l3 G5m6 Fm6 Fm7 Emaj7 D56 . . 1 . .:t I ___ ZZZ , K’ I '1 - I . . ‘ : -’—- —/ ‘-2. —u_ '7'. ” I. ‘ I I ‘ ‘J v: . —' ll". |v5v _" _'{ll’—I;1_'. —|II Jr‘-‘Ll 2.1.1‘ 2’IIIl; f"‘2l': ‘j'I-I ‘ 5 5 I-T ~1 «bus: 90: um § E5 B5+ C7 Fm B57 G7 1". IlT_» . —— Ylfj I 0 ' I 1- — 'n(. ;‘--—- i —I g% % . T old - est mag » ic word. I hear the breez - es play - ing E5maj7 E56 Fmll E9#ll l’C7595I3 Fm7add4 B57 B59 Fm7sus4 Fm7 Dmll G755 - - 5% 8 I 4 I J Copyright © 1932 (Renewed 1959) by Famous Music Corporation 8 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 4%
  50. 50. I1. Cm E57 A5 C7 B57 G7 - — Z. ‘ Ii ‘: - = -——i— in the trees a » bove. While all the world is say - ing Cm E5/B5 Dmll G755 Cm7 B7 B5mll A755 A5maj7 A739 B57 B59 Fm7sus4 Fm7 Dmll G755 I 2. ‘ Cm F7 G°7 B57 Cmo Alamo -. <.-vs": -‘"-"= ‘-= ‘j: —’-= _:? "jIf'iEi E ‘—"': ’f"’ you were meant for love. 2. Is - n‘t it ro » I will fall in Cm E5/B5 F9 G°7 Bm7 B57sus4 Am7 A5755 Cm7addll5 A5m7addll5 love per chancel? ls - n‘t it ro » mance’? Gm7add4 G5ml3 F7sus4 Gm7add4 G5ml3 Fm7add4 B5755 E5 Emaj7 F7 E5maj7 / T A / ‘ (3 I, r . . , l . : . . _ 2 Additional Lyrics 2. Isn't it romantic merely to be young on such a night as this? isn't it romantic? Every note that‘s sung is like a lover's kiss. Sweet symbols in the moonlight, Do you mean that I will fall in love per chance? Isn't it romance? 49
  51. 51. Like Someone in Love Words by Johnny Bunoe Music by Jimmy Van Heusen Verse Moderately l. ,3. Late » ly I find my - self out gaz - ing at stars Cmaj7 Dm9 Em7 Fmaj7 B513 E°7 Amll D755 G7 Em7 E57 / Cmaj7 Gm7add4 C95 13 things I do a - stound me, __: most - ly when - ev - er you're a G13 G9 E13 E759 Amaj9 Asusfi Amaj9 Asusi Am Am(maj7) Am9 B7119 B759 Al7Il9 A5759 , I - ii. ' - I I ,1 I .1 ‘l— ‘Kill —- it. - - . ',%'%"$'ll= {E'. l.'—3E‘L‘: E?‘. l.'-36-333} £5’. --—'£'%%'e'. —%-1 ‘U’-. —— A — -2. ' I. ' —. I' ‘Z 12 I0 9 7 0 0 9 0 F 9 F 10 8 7 -—5— 10 7 6 0 0 9 0 5 5 7 7 4- 4 Copyright © 1944 by Bourne Co, and Dorsey Bros. Music. A Division of Music Sales Corporation Copyri ht Renewed 50 International Copyright ecured All Rights Reserved
  52. 52. 1-T: ’ 2..4. Late - ly I seem to walk as though I had Cmaj7/G GI359 Am7 E°7 Fmaj7 E5maj7 E°7 Amll D755 G7 l$ ’ i= I%%Il%: %I. 'r'. 'J- C IRES : E_ flfi . u—- C Dm7 G7 G+ C C7 K— _2 ‘ -:2. . ‘= —---‘ -C$ fl' ' / 2 wings. bump in - to things like some - one in love. Em7 E57 Dm7 D57 Dm7 G7 C9513 Cg Cmaj9 Cmaj7 Gm7add4 C9513 F E7 A D C°7 l: m7 G°7 F I -—': %j'jj Each time I look at you I'm limp as a glove and feel - ing like 1:3 Q1711; G13 G9 EI3 E759 Amaj7 E°7 Bm7 C°7 Em7 E57
  53. 53. Lullaby of Birdland Words by George David Weiss Music by George Shearing Verse Relaxed Swing Fm6 Dm7b5 G7|>9 C7b9 Fm7 Dl>maj7 Blzm7 Eb7 . ',: '.'-'fi. "—'€-I l: v I -v_: / 1.. 3. Lul A 1a A by of Bird—land that‘s what I al — ways hear when you sigh. .. . Fm7add4 BI27 E7 E| a7 Dm7l:5 G7 DB7 Cmaj7 013159 Am7 E127 D| amaj7 Al: l3b9 Bl>m7 B| >m9 E59 Eb7b9 I —-[Eff I- —'I 'WI. 'Il $4 -I —j': Z'A'. — '_ ' I‘ I I ll ‘_ $9’ I- ‘ "-H '. ‘-1’ ya‘ —Z—j"‘ ' 6 2 . . I _ _ ‘ ‘ 4 5_ . _ _ _ _ - ° 6 ° 9 6 9 6 6 6 6 ° 6 4 IZZEI : I B 8 4:6 5 5 4 3 - ~ 3 5 5 6 6 Cm7 Fm7 Bl>m7 E5759 A5maj7 DB9 . . 1: {/ Nev — er in my word - land could there be ways _ to re » veal in a Cm7 Bbm7 Bbm9 Fm7sus4 Fm7 Bbm7 B|7m9 Bl>m7 Eb7b9 El: 131:9 E12759 Abmaj7 Ab6 Db I3 Db‘) ‘ 1 : /‘ ’ I I - ; ‘ —/ — -I — — . ff - —H/ — ‘II — — 1%‘ ' I = ‘ -1 I ' II. V ~ I 11 9 --G- _ G -6 6 G 6 6 . 6- 6 4 phrase how I feel! Have you ev - er heard two tur - tle doves bill and C00 Gm7b5C7|>9|>l3 C7179 C7sus4C7b5 Fm7add4 BB7 E7 El>7Dm7b5 G7 Db7 Cmaj7G13l>9 Am7 E127 Dl>maj7Abl3b9 ‘ 3 335 njjjzjjjj 22 21+9 seas . 3 3 333 776 3 3 a 5 53 6 3 32 e 3 4 © 1952. 1954 (Renewed 1980. 1982) EMI LONGITUDE MUSIC CO. 52 All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission
  54. 54. I "1 ' Ij . . fllV—: —‘—]T—‘— . '7' — —/ when they love? _ That's the kind of mag - ic mu - sic we make _ with our B5m7 B5m9 E59 E5759 Cm7 B5m7 B5m9 Fm7sus4 Fm7 B5m7 B5m9 B5m7 E5759 E51359 E5759 lips when we kiss! And there's a weep - y old wil » low; A5maj7 A56 E5755 E57 E57sus4 E7 A5 F9 E5°7 C°7 E5°7 B5m7 E59 E5759 J J? ! J 3 3 51"‘ 5 2"-I-If-/ — . j-E1-via-uinrj/ Tn-'i': ;~t‘i'—In! ' jt mi-jim -'r. =E. ';’= J%%. %='a‘%. "-‘= “.%: JlE'. , KHVMM %j'j-FM'lFTTl—l/ MM ‘:4 j-_. — he real-ly knows how to cry! : That‘s how I‘d cry on my pil - low E59 D5°7 B5°7 D5°7 A5maj7 A56 E5°7 C°7 E5°7 B5m7 E59 E5759 9 41. _; I '- ; b . ' : ‘:fi"$I‘l‘ jfjfl. TI» j. T1’. ——II ' ' :5nDj. :u. j-. j.4j' u/ T/mid/ jI1jjII' Jtng T . ‘___! / jj‘ &a T-' 6 -1-1 6 1-1 9 - G In H 5 ":5. 10 7 10 G T » Verse C7 Fm6 Dm7 55 '. _.L: ... :j—= .:: :—': : l= 'i'1i': '.-T I I j- | l ‘-_: —-2:‘-- I-jj‘—- _ ijj j“ if you should tell me fare - well _ and good-bye! _ 24,47 Lul - la - by of Bird-land E59 D5°7 B5°7 D5°7 A5maj7 A5maj7sus4A5maj7 Gm7 G57 Fm7add4 B57 E7 E57 Dm755 J . . L -' i z / 1 . . 4 . / F‘ , _ . . * » IX2f. lv’. —'AlZ‘- TX/ T‘ . jl'I»'. jn4-am: -' jut ufiufiimlfjaj ' ' . ' ' mm mum: -‘midi-» 4:11 jr ilj uv"_'£: '-iI-. '.fl-'- = :/ - —’—-i"2—. '1'§TI—-—' 5.-u. a-.4—r gj : . — mm—: .m2:mI—‘ M‘ j'1'j'. '|"j'1— 5 N
  55. 55. G759 C759 Fm7 D5maj7 B5m7 E57 Cm7 Fm7 u’ ‘= :hj a—- = - = === = _? . léxjj jvgmjjjr whis-per low, kiss me sweet and we’ll go: fly-in’ high in Bird - land G7 D57 Cmaj7 Gl359 Am7 E57 D5maj7 A51359 B5m7 B5m9 E59 E5759 Cm7 B5m7 B5m9 Fm7add4 Fm7 1 —'-Iu—. 'j'r-jngj-I M jitjn-jamajt-M j . —': filz'. | in jrjju-I jn M MI M-‘mm . —“"“ j jnj-p-jam jrrju M j1 IUVA jtjgj ‘Z. ¢"'—‘Z. ¢—Z-‘J - 1 B5m7 B5m9 B5m7 E5759 E51359 E5759 A5maj7 A56 Am7 B5m7 B5m7 E513 E5759 C7 A5maj7 B5m7 Amaj7 A5maj9 E57339 C7339 E57#9 C789
  56. 56. Mi Words by Johnny Burke Music by Erroll Garner Moderately B5+7/FE71l9 E5maj7 E755 E5maj7 Gm7 Am7 B5m7 B5m9 A7189 A759 G°7 E5755 A5maj7 A5m D59 E5maj7 3 Cm6 ; T3?! -— 3 Z'. Il __1Z= | jjTzjjM__-LT Lt? _j--j“'—'— I2:—j j ‘ltj: j_: -jjj— ‘ -_ M12"- llV‘—_jj'jJ _ T- ‘- £2 tree. and I feel like I'm cling - ing to a cloud. 1 can't _ un - der - stand. __ 1 get A5maj7 A5m9 A5m9/G A5m9/G5 A5m6 D513 D59 E5maj7 Fm7 Cm6 D7339 D59il| l ’ £_Z ‘ ' mist-y just hold- ing your handj 2.. 4. Walk my way. and a Fm7 Fi$°7 Gm7 Cm6 D739 G755 C785” C7$559 F755 B57ll589 B5+7/F E759 E5maj7 E755 E5maj7 Gm7 Am7 | ._— 3 ———i I’ b . . _, . .4. - j -’-'| ‘-——I—'- . .—| Y 2x4_I‘I" _’ _-ll/ ‘J4 —- —l'-I7"_'—“ 7-7-j‘f‘ I :1 1- ‘— in 2.7-'. —Hl'—"—. —‘——-I_-‘-1‘-""1 j 'I. .‘! l-f I: — Y . -d—_'_2Iu]_-__Ir-/ —' —I"'x‘CI"-III'U ‘_! "'—. “', -—‘ lI'—‘)'—? ‘ -4-II? ZIP/ ——‘-l$——'I' —'! .dv —II: .D ‘-115 '— . V V_ - E 5 Copyright © 1955 by Marke Music Publishing Co. . Inc. , Reganesque Music, Limerick Music, My Dad's Songs, Inc. and Octave Music Publishing Corp. Copyright Renewed All Rights for Marke Music Publishing C0,, Inc. Administered by BMG Songs, Inc. All Flights for Fleganesque Music, Limerick Music and My Dad's Songs, Inc. Administered by Spirit Two Music, Inc. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 5 U1
  57. 57. A5m D59 MEI thou - sand vi - 0 - lins be » gin to play, or it might be the sound of your hel - 10, that B5m7 B5m9 A739 A759 G°7 E5755 A5maj7 3 A5m9 A5m9/G A5m9/G5 A5m6 D513 D59 r— —i . 1 get mist - y the mo - ment you’re near. E5maj7 Fm7 (‘m6 D7339 D59lill Fm7 F33°7 B5755 B511 B57 E5maj7 E5755 A5 Emaj7 can say that you're lead — ing me Cm6 D7339 D5933l1 C9sus4 Am7 B5m B5m/ A5 B5m7 B5m1l E51359 C739 C759 5 B5°7 A56 Am7 73% r—*3—J' V j want you to do. _ Don't you no - tice how hope - less - ly I'm lost. A5maj7 D5maj7 A5maj7 Cm6 D7339 D59$311 C9sus4 Am7 Am7sus4 B57 Am7sus4 Am7 D13 T 3 -*1 / _ r"*3—’_é! I e » -l/ ' u .1- 5 5- ‘I j-I-ja jun mm m 1:-T l I I. :‘III - z 56
  58. 58. T that's why I'm fol - low - ing y On my D13 D7115 C°7 F7 B719 B759 Gm7 G57sus4 Fm7add4 B57 B57115 E7119 2 -I I , I ‘I z "' 5-‘: : _I; 7. LNVTM ' ' TC/ Tjjml MI own. would 1 wan - der through this won - der - land 21 - lone‘? Nev-er know-ing my E5maj7 D+ E5maj7 Gm7 Am7 B5m7 B5m9 A7139 A759 G°7 E5755 A5maj7 I: -‘*1 ‘: '-—-'-3': -’4_. %—1l‘u'l - -'''. '.'-I-: _» if %-3' '. (s: ‘I¢-‘C3 -3:1} — - : r== == 1 III aim 1 : : : : . —3 ‘ ' A5m D59 E5maj7 Cm6 Fm7 B5759 3 3 r_. _—_tfi ' l1'IjIFu —. E— 1/ right foot from my left. my hat: from my glo'e. _ I'm too mist- y and too much in A5m9 A5m9/G A5m9/G5 A5m6 D513 D59 E5ma'7 Fm7 Cm6 D7139 D5913ll Fm7 F13°7 Gm7 B511 B57 J 3 f—_i——Ji jj— | $1 . V ’ _ J . 4 6 3 7 5 5 4 3 3 3 5 1 1 2 3 G G I. I I2. E5 E9 Fm7 B57135 B59 E5 A5maj7 Gm7 E7 E5maj7 B5+7/F E7139 E56 57
  59. 59. My Favorite Things from THE SOUND OF MUSIC Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein ll Music by Richard Rodgers I“: 1.. 4. Rain - drops on ros - es and whisk - ers on kit - tens, bright cop - per 2.. 5. See additional lyrics Em7 Em9 Em7 Em Em9 Em C Cmaj7 -512:-— 11- 5 T- j T l%iii#%%%: §"}J: %%J5i ‘WV-—'-I— ‘ - _ ——I ‘ ‘—- — _I I'= —I 1 I: _I 0 ,9 9 9 - Am7 D9 ket - ties and warm wool - en mi! - tens: brown pa - per pack - ag - es C(13l 1) C Cmaj7 Cmaj713ll Cmaj7 Am7 Am9 Am7 D9 D7 D755 Iln - - —''j': '‘—— —— l" I I —4_' —- — . *3 ‘’ ljjrj 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 Ijjj 5 5 5 l. Gmaj7 Cmaj7 Gmaj7 Cmaj7 F13m755 B7 .7-. '. ' . l J ' jjrjj-1-ml ‘W’ -'— -r‘ I tied up with string. these are a few of my fa - vor - ite things. Gmaj7 Em7sus4 Em7 C Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Cmaj7 Bm7 Em7 D9 D13 D9 B7 — —'—- — — —K '5‘ 1 0 j T - — — —K Lajl “S, n. -3 = : : 5 3 . 5 7 5 -TI ' _| -MI= IE1-E1-%'*31‘j' _| 3 3 5 7 7 | Copyright © 1959 by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein ll Copyright Renewed WILLIAMSON MUSIC owner of publication and allied rights throughout the wortd 53 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  60. 60. Amaj7 - —- snow flakes that - CS. sash %jjj % ‘——‘_“- ‘:2’ dress - es with blue sat - in - “- —'— 3..6. Girls in white .9 N Emaj9 E E6 E6 E7 E . _n__. mm. 3.. ... . . ——_. ._, ... . 1%. . .5 . /// 5.“ D9 Am7 on stay .9 W m A 3 . .M. m A Gmaj7 Cmaj7 F#m7b5 — —2 —2 —2—'- -' Cmaj7 things, vor ite D91: 13 D1 fa my few these are Gmaj7 Am7 to spring. in melt C°7 3 D9 Bm7 Cmaj7 Bm7 Em7 C Gmaj7 Em7sus4 Em7 Em7 - — - when B7 Outro Em7 B7 Am Am/ Ab Am7/G Em6 2:: . / . . 0 0 59
  61. 61. A7 Cmaj7 Em7/D ite V01" my mem - her [6 sim - ply ing Gl3la9 Am7 Aml3 Am7 A1359 B| >°7 Al3|>9 Em7 Em7sus4Em7 C6 Gmaj7 Gmaj7sus4 Gmaj7 D. C. al Coda G} Coda (take repeat) G6 Cmaj7 G6 Additional Lyrics 2.. 5. Cream—colored ponies and crisp apple strudels, Doorbells and sleighbells and Schnitzel with noodles; Wild geese that fly with the moon on the wings, These are a few of my favorite things. 60
  62. 62. The earrtess of You from the Paramount Picture ROMANCE IN THE DARK Words by Ned Washington Music by Hoagy Carmichael Mod I Verse rat e e y F C7 F9 Cm7 F+ Bl» 1. its not the (2.)pale moon that ex - cites me and thrills and de Gm7 Fmaj7 Cm7add4 ‘ E°7 Bbm F D7 F1l°7 C7 I. J F Z'. j T . ',-. ==%, .e-% ——ijj%jj§I£_ I“"' ‘ 2:" ‘- — 9 LJ lights me. Oh, no, T it's just the near - ness of you. E°7 G°7 Blam7 Am7 D7ii9 D759 Gm7 Gl3l29 Gm7 C9 C7sus4 C7 F3 Ala l3 A59 Gm7 C7 '11 C l ‘Tl so (7 B l '11 + W v- It is - n’t your sweet con - ver - sa - ' ‘ this sen G13 C9 C11 C7l>9 Fmaj7 F3 Gm7 Fmaj7 Cm7add4 Bias Eli9illl Ela7 bl: Copyright©1937, 1940 (Renewed 1964, 1967) by Famous Music Corporation International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 5 .5
  63. 63. Bl: ‘Tl E°7 Blzm F D7 Fil°7 C7 3 ' m_? ’4jjm 1.-: jjmj j1—jjjjj I I. .I. ‘_E—‘ jjjmj-—‘ fllV_' oi j T _ L C sa - tion. Oh. nee it's just the near-ness of your E°7 G°7 Bl>m7 Am7 D7ti9 D7l>9 Gm7 Gl3l>9 Gm7 C9 C7sus4 Dla7$l9 Fmaj7/C F755/C C11 C1159 ' ‘J 1|‘ L. r! 1 In _5 ‘ 21.. 1I, =.j_t, L1.1n. n.1: : '_ _§ ' _. 1 r _ Z j 5 5 —- . ' . 5 3 3 4 3 : : : : F E°7 _ When you‘re in my arms C and I feel you so close to F Em7 El>7 Dmll E°7 Blam6 D5°7 Blamf: E°7 Fmaj7 2:-- '_ V — m’ ‘I, I . ‘INA-1 I - / — 71!! —— —. l —l —-—I'I —'IA —— ‘L4-1Ilt_ _. ¢‘2I I/ _ — "““’ j'-'- —"%%%Him= J1—lm[= I$m = . . IT 6_6_ 9 6 mm: Bi» D7 D+ Gm E57 C7 j mj—'m. j-/ ZmjjjZ . sii: :,wj ‘ —I‘—= —-_ ——; me. all my wild - est dreams come true. CC I need no A°7 F7sus4/D F7b5 Blimaj7 Am7 D7b9l>l3Gm7add4 Dl:9iill C7129 C7 C11 C7la9 "—_ll/ — C -1-/ all j_ : IE? jTm¢_f7'm ZECZ/ :'—CC£—_-/ _ TX! I II M? ‘ C-2 : “CT .2:/ C%=5?aYl—%= .‘: =—-: --J%%%. .%%— Q ‘I GI F C7 F9 Cm7 F+ Bl: E°7 Blum "‘ C ————i . _(i. _.: .,{C—IC_: _5j-ji-3:1-= % soft lights to en - chant me if you‘d on - ly grant me the Fmaj7 F3 Gm7Fmaj7 Cmll F7 Bbg Eb9tit1 EH E°7 G°7 Blrm7 , zm m$'¢'—!1 mm: -r j _'. — m—/ mI. A.¢—! '.—}¢— '/ ‘CC: -.‘ ; -CRT‘! -—&— , — ; ’ 62
  64. 64. F$i°7 T “ so tight Cm um 3 A ev er C7sus4 C7 to hold you Gl3l'a9 Gm7 C9 C7 Gm7 F$i°7 D7la9 D7 D71l9 right Am7 1.1. II. . ' Luv Am7 ‘ J I 1. F Dm7 F6 I — 2.. 7 m c m c . . o 7 7 — m w m it: C M G 5 x 63353 I m . ... H353 333 e - h 3 333 t 5. 53 3 j 4 d m 54 4 . 7 m I m . . . G M. o : ... . wn. .mw n 33 . 3 9 j b 7 D 54 ‘5 3 3 m -_. Lu W 1 Av‘ 5 J . ._. . . m 4 7 l o R C 57 f "ma. 9 5. Lu 55 m A 64 tom j m H 8 A 1.. 54 6 m 5 C C rm 99 j Iv-. uW r-. nV .5. .5“ 63
  65. 65. My Funny Valentine from BABES IN ARMS Words by Lorenz Hart Music by Richard Rodgers Verse Slowly Cm G7/B Cm7/B Am7l75 Abmafl l. y fun-ny val — entine. seet com-ic val - en-tine, yu make me C5 Csus2 Cm C 0+ G BB3 BB6 Bbsusg Amll Amtlii Amll Abs Ab°7 Alas Cm G7/B = ‘ 2 - smile with my heart. L: Your looks are laugh - a - ble Gm7add4 Fm7add4 Elamaj7 Dm7b5 G7 G735 G7 Cm7 Cm7sus4 Cm7 B°7 Bl: 131:9 B°7 I-(i. 'Igi—7I.1-_: m_>mj-: =54 ; E e 4 + + + ‘ ‘ + ‘ 4°‘ '7 7 '7 *7 ‘. 5 ‘ 5 Cm7/Bl: F/ A Alamaj7 Am7b5 D7b5b9 Gm7 C7b5b9Fm7b5 Bb7b9 1."-, :.'. —j: .—-":1-‘. E.j— ' . §II—-_——l J47 ' , . - :21" 9 "' ""'j"" I un » pho-to - graph - a-ble. yet you're my fav - ‘rite work of art. 15 your Blzll BL‘; Dmll Ab‘; Bla8AIamaj13 Fm13add4 Fm7add4 F7sus4 F7 Fm7l:5 BL7 Bl>l3l»9 B57 ': l.. . . ,_. ._. __ 3 ; ' - _ . . . .-. ..x'I, i;‘—. ' = —.x1Ijj.1.1 '-- : :-“t ‘U7 . - . / — ‘f _ — ‘ ——I—. /—: ‘ .2! Copyright © 1937 by Williamson Music and The Estate 01 Lorenz Hart in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behall of The Estate Of Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. 64 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  66. 66. Gm7 Fm7 Ebg Fm7 Gm7 Fm7 Elamaj7 G735 G7 J -'= 7‘ J , . J l E 7 ‘- %= fig - ure less than Greek? Is your mouth a lit - tle weak when you 0 - pen it to E128 Cm7 B7 BL7 El: Fm7 BB7 Ebg Cm7 B7 Bl>7 Eb Fm7 BL7 Elamaj7Cm7 B7 Bla7 . "., '.- — 2:--- 1—= z 1 . .IQ: —-j jvl-I Zn! jnam j j- - be - / -——, — 5:5 4 3 1 1 3 5 5 4 3 6 3 2 1 3——1- 3 2 1 Cm7 Bl7m7 A7l>9 Abmaj7 speak. are you smarfle 2. But dn‘t change a hair for me. Cm7 Bl>m7add4 Ela7 Al2maj7 Ab7 G11 D°7 C5 Csus2 Cm G G+ G / 11/ . 2 — -I42/ms T-j-zm/ T-'. jlm| l1j-j not if you care for me stay lit » tle val - en-tine stay. Blvll Blzg Dmll Alamaj7 D°7 Cm7 D7 D59 Dla7la9 Cm7 B7 "-II‘ — I K ‘I I; 'I$ “ II. -if? ‘/. ——-/ -_ = ’ II I II I I'll 1 1“! I j '/ j Z - f H 10 10 H H G 5 _5__5 5 — Blam9 A7l75ll9 Alamaj7 Fm7 Bl>7 El: Bbm7sus4 Blam7 A7ll9 A7l>9 Al>maj7 Gm7 Al7maj13 Fm6 Fm9 B57 Elz6 Dl713 D59 El: maj7 I b I -r. -:'. ==——= =-. -I _ —. .'I: :- . -: : | 'I7a—E! g‘a$ %__ : r —'; : : _ ll—6— 3 ——G -4 —6 65
  67. 67. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square LyricbyErlc Maschwitz MusicbyManning Sherwin Verse Slowl El>maj7 Cm7 Gm7 El>7 Ab G7 rm 3 m T3 jw — -iE§= ==. -%%% 1. That cer - Iain night. the night we met there was ma - gic a - broad in the 4. See additional lyrirs El: Elamaj7 Am7|>5 Alam7 Gm7 Bl: m7 El77 Ela7sus4 Elz7l>5 Alamaj7 G9 . . I 2 '1 '-—!2— -I2'—‘ _U —_ ‘ ———‘——“ . /.. ‘uL‘: €-: 'ElE %%r%: ;=: ..%-. :%-%= =_. :j—*. '%. .-: - ll'—1 —lI —ia_— - —"—w. L¢jC' Cm7 Alamo Elzmaj7 Bla7 Ela7 Alzm7 Db7 Ebmaj7 Cm7 —"-: j/ 5- — i lIV‘ j air. there were an - gels din - ing at the Ritz. and a night - in-gale sang in Cm7 Abm7add4 Gm7add4 BB9 Emaj7 Eb9 Ela7l75 Alam9 Dl>9 El>maj7Fm7Gm7 Cm7 B7 Blz7 Ebc» Cm7 Cm7/Bb Am7b5 D7 I , _ ii Ber - k'lcy Square 2. l 5‘ See additional Iyri('. ' Bbll Bb7 Eb F1359 Fm7 Fml3 Fm7 13513115 I / 1.‘ _ D I ‘$2./ —¢L'——j'—: ‘1¢ II I he . .: 5- --= —'' - 7 g‘ : ‘ I 4 e 4 : I 5 7 2 1 a 3 3 l 6 ~77 3 2 1 1 1 1 5 Copyright © 1940 The Peter Maurice Music Co‘, Ltd. . London, England Copyright Renewed and Assigned to Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. , Inc. , New York lor U. S.A. and Canada International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 66 Used by Permission
  68. 68. Ebmaj7 Am7l>5 Alam7 Gm7 Blam7 El77 El>7sus4 El»7la5 Al1maj7 G9 swear that when you tumed and smiled at me a Cm7 Aiam7add4 Gm7add4 BL9 Emaj7 El>9 El>7la5 Aiam9 Db9 '. <.. fl1|4 I mt: &-. ".: 'j? -"——'j ' p 7. ' *9 it it 7 " ‘° ‘° — ‘ 7"" ‘° ‘° 1j " '9 mjjjtj Eiamafl Cm7 Fm7 Bl>7 El>6 Cm7 Cm7/Bl: Am7l>5 D7 Ela6 D7ll9 D7|>9 Amll Al>7l>5 El7maj7 Fm7 Gm7 Cm7 B7 Blall 153:7 67
  69. 69. The moon that lin - gered o - ver Lon - don town: poor See additional I_'ric.7 Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Em7 F7 F9llll E7|>9l>|3 Amll Bm7add4 E9sus4 E7b9 D7 G Em7 . ‘ . — D puz » zled moon he wore a frown. How could he know we two were Bm7 Al3b9 Am7 Amll Ab7l>5 Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Em7 F7 F9illl E7l79l>l3 . . I 1 . -. 2 ’ I .54 II‘! I -I _. A 4 II I I — 77.5%‘. -n 7 j :2.‘-'v-jar‘-'5-j-J%$J= '%n. 'L%'-'v-%= ‘=1Ili%%. 'I-S ‘“"I[ — ‘uId—I——_-d " 2-I‘—-2'I’_-I - ‘J — ’ ' - 7 - ‘ 3 5 7 6 -+ 5 F 9 6 7 5 s 5 5 3 5 7 ' ' verse Am7 D7 D7/C Bm7 Bb°7 Fm7 Bb7 Ebmaj7 Cm7 . l: .j Il(fi‘! |2!‘—IV; ‘—i_2" ‘ ‘—--—‘—‘—: j'—'_-2 so in love‘. ’_ The whole dam world seemed up - side down. 3. The streets of town were 6. See additional lyrics Amll Bm7add4 E9sus4 E7l:9 Bm7 Bl>l3lv9 Fm7add4 Bl:7 Eb Elzmaj7 Am7b5 Al>m7 5 ° 5‘ 3 . = 3 3 3 3 5 3 -7 7 7 7 o 3 7 3 3 5 4 . 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 ' I I . I. 7 7 7—— 5 ' 4 68
  70. 70. Al» G7 Cm7 Alamo El7maj7 BB7 = '%{3%{‘I—= I%j ‘ paved with stars. It was such a ro - man ~ tic af - fair. and as we kissed and Gm7 B|7m7 Ela7 El>7sus4 Eiz7la5 Al>maj7 G9 Cm7 Abm7add4 Gm7add4 Bla9 Emaj7 = I3 = :._ _= 11 said good — night a night — in - gale sang in Ber - k‘| ey Square. Ela9 Eia7l75 Alum‘) Dlz9 El~amaj7 Fm7 Gm7 Cm7 B7 Blall Bl>7 Eb El7maj7 I I2. I Fm7 Blv7 El: Cm Cm7/Bl: Alam6 El:6 ' I j : 4. How Square. EI76 BI77 Am7b5 Al1m7 Gm7|>l3Gbn1l3 Fm7 Emaj7 Ebg v’ I %' ——7— i 1 _# ; Sum 1 -'72:}. ’. z I} ' I-r njnfl -il€1m l fllV‘ / _d_; — —-'—. - I- §. _ I , I V 4 L72 H ' 5 l I I I Additional Lyrics 4. How strange it was, how sweet and strange, Bridge When dawn came stealing up all gold and blue There was never a dream to compare To interrupt our rendezvous. With that hazy, crazy night we met. I still remember how you smiled and said. When a nightingale sang in Berkley Square. “Was that a dream or was it true? " 5. This heart of mine beats loud and fast. 6. Our homeward step was just as light Like a merry-go-round in a fair. As the tap-dancing feet of Astaire. For we were dancing cheek to cheek And like an echo far away And a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square. A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square. 69
  71. 71. Out of Nowhere from the Paramount Picture DUDE RANCH Words by Edward Heyman Music by Johnny Green Verse Moderately Gmaj7 Blam7 Elz7 ITjg_j—T-_—j ‘ 1.. 3. You came to me D from out of no - where, Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Em7sus4 Em7 Bm7 Am7 Bl>m7 El: 13 EI19 Bl>°7 —fl2 A . - / ' la I}: =''— j. 33 IE .43 '.3:= .-=1:-1:—. $-a, — " L? 1 z z 1 / you took my heanlj and found it free. ful Am7 Am7l>13 Am7 Copyright © 1931 (Renewed 1958) by Famous Music Corporation 70 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  72. 72. D7 A513 A59 BL7 Am7 E57 A7b9 Amll EI77 _ [10 your ID back 2..4. If you should go E513 El>9 Bl>°7 Bbm7 Em7 Bm7 Am7 Gmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Em7sus4 —r. rIT'ITI:1.I j jrvj Bm7 Gmaj7 111 leav mm mem with H18 - ing 9 . .m E 3 H 9 B H 9 5 H 7 m B 9 m B 7 m B 7 m A 7 m B 7 m E U I ; ___V 7 Hg. .. 7 . M . .__ M _. N . 3 m_____ G 71
  73. 73. I'll al - ways wait : for your re - tum out of no - Am7 Am75 I3 Am7 E7 F7 E7 E9 E75951} D°7 Bmll / x T73 '. "' 2 . . ’* .4 ' . . 3 '” ‘ " ' I. I"; ‘.8’-E] £73 I" an ill on F71l ll Bm7 B5 Am7 D7 II . ' - I— —2 Q — where hop mg you'll bnng your love to F9#ll Emll Em9 Em7 B5°7 A1359 A7sus4 A5739 D7139 D759 D755 72
  74. 74. Prelude to a Kiss Words by Irving Gordon and Inring Mills Music by Duke Ellington Verse Slowly D7 G7 Gm7 C7 Fmaj7 87 B57 A7 Dm7 _ fftji E’; ,-v-elf-%%%%%%%= =j: —:—: :j1:e II. .. ZED MI! ‘ Tjj-Y jjjjjjf "-5V'—‘-Mj l1V$—— ‘—. _'—'—‘: / i. If you hear a song in blue_ like a flow — er cry — ing for the dew. _ D13 D95l3D595l3D59 C9 C13 Fmaj7E759E7ll9 Fm7 Fm9 E9 B°7 B5°7 B5m6 Dm E7 1 3 1 Ir-‘j: -juvrn —-il’jII1’j"A<j. I‘jICf. h»'j. b‘M'7'j'j :2?“ 7-7f it, ;, = 7 i . —. ‘— 5 , _a_ + § 7 6- 6- - 6- 6 -G = -3 G 7 7 &— 8 7 6 6- Dm7 G7 Cmaj7 E5°7 Dm7 G759 Cmaj7 ljjjl Fjjji that was my heart ser - e - nad » ing you. _ my pre-lude to__ u kiss. _ Gl3addll G7555l3 D59 D595l3 Am7 Amll Cmaj755 B/ C Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 D59 C8 Em9 E9 VCTSE D7 G7 Gtn7 C7 Fmaj7 B7 B57 A7 Dm7 . W" ” W. ’ ___- '. <a= -—‘-1 " " Q _/ 2. If you hear a song that grows _ from my ten - der sen - ti - men - tal woes. _ D13 D95 I3 D595l3 D59 C9 C13 Fmaj7 E759 E7#9 Fm7 Fm9 E9 B°7 B5°7 B5m6 Dm E7 . ‘I . 7" _ . ’ , V ‘ ‘L —- _ 7 7 J4 -I4 id Copyright © 1938 (Renewed 1965) and Assigned to Famous Music Corporation and EMI Mills Music Inc. in the U. S.A. Rights for the world outside the U. S,A. Controlled by EMI Mills Music Inc. and Warner Bros. Publications Inc. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 73
  75. 75. Cmaj7 Fil755 B7 U7 lI. :1 com » pose _ a pre-lude to a kiss. _ Dm7 G7 Cmaj7 rj3ji rj“3f_7 JJJJILJ II that was my hean try - ing G|3ur. ldll G7555l3 D59 D5951} Am7 Amll Cmaj75S B/ C Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 D59 D5951} Dm7 D5maj7 C B7 Bridge Emaj7 C8lm7 F1lm7 B7 Emaj7 G°7 , : A “_ -4 I * : "'l-'%1— — 1 IL. '7 '7 — luv I - I IV Though it‘s just Ll sim - pie mel - o - dy with noth-ing fan - cy. E53 E3 Cm7add~lD5m7add-1Emuj7 E6 Fllm7sus4 F#m7 A°7 A6 B6 A1359 B5°7 - - -N--3 _. z: 7-"W __ FR aA| -1.nmI_: "m- 7 -7 "ICE M ' I ' Fll m7 B7 Emaj7 C$m7 Fll m7 B7 .1 turn it to a sym-phon - y. noth - ing much. you Could Gm9 C1359 D5°7 E53 E3 Cm7add4D5m7add-1Emaj7 E6 E1tm7sus4 Fum7 A°7 A6 - s 57 5 “9— 3 7 55 19 10 9 9 5 s 3 4 9 9 er 5 5 5 l a a s 5 s 3 4 ———9 9: 4 ———4— 4 —4 I we 19 9 9 I s 7 3 ——4— _s_ 5 I 74
  76. 76. A7 Dm7 E5m7 Em7 A759 D7 G7 tune: with a Gersh » win touch. 3. Oh. how my love song Ci$m7 C#7$i9 Dm9 Dmll E5mll Emll E59 D13 D9513 D59513 D59 _. -_ _. : _. .,. _—. _._+_ . _«_ D1117 G7 Cmaj7 E5 °7 Dm7 G7 Cmaj7 ’—; jj j) —| .: j-j—-. —:. -E j - «’ iiF—? %:—r —; '% %l ‘T xiv , ' I love is a pre - lude that nev - er dies. _ a prc-lude to ? a kiss. _ Gl3add1l 0755513 D59 D595l3 Am7 Amll Cmaj755 B/ C Dm7 Dm9 Dm7 D59 D595l3 C8
  77. 77. Slightly Out of Tune (Desafinado) English Lyric by Jon Hendricks and Jessie Cavanaugh Original Text by Newton Mendonca Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim 1. Love is like a nev - er ~ end - ing mel - 0 - dy. F/ A F6/A Fmaj7/A F/ A 01359 A5°7 G°7 A5°7 G7 G755 '7 - | . 7 TV‘. J? . t ' . I '0' R‘-‘i333 I 4 3 4 I: — - nmjj ' 4 3 4 3 3 3 I Gm7 C7 D759 7 - '. =:7=__-= -—i= === ‘T % HUI‘-‘_ , _, _—‘- _. '. I §_/ Po - ets have com - pared it to a sym - pho - ny. T___ a Gm7 Gml3Gm7 C7sus4 C7 Cm7 C7 Cm Cm(add9)/ BCm/ B5 Cm/ A A°7 D755 I . I " 1"? “ j' { _ -_ _ . 3 : = 5 3 3 5 5 3 "*5 ‘ 5 3 3 +— *7‘ -E 3 3 3 3 3 3' 3 SE 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 4 © Copyright 1959 (Renewed), 1962 (Renewed) Editors Musical Arapua, Sao Paulo, Brazil TRO — Hollis Music, Inc. , New York, NY, Corcovado Music Corp. , New York. NY and Bendig Music Corp, Water Mill, NY control all publication rights lor the U. S.A. All Rights for Canada Controlled by Hollis Music, Inc. , New York, NY International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Including Public Performance For Prolit 76 Used by Permission
  78. 78. c7l.9 Gl>maj7 ' n_ . . 2 I . Z_Yn—Ij I- I K——— I ‘u. ; I! I: ll! - ‘C / / but our song of love is slight - ly out of tune. Bb7ia9 Blz13lz9 B°7 BB7 Bbl3Bb7 Gbmajl3 G53 C739 C7b5 your kiss - es Am7 Am7l: l3 Gl3b9 Aia°7G°7 A5°7 ‘ Gm7 C7 D7|>9 L now the orch » es - tra - lion does - n‘t seem so n‘ch. j__j It C7sus4 C7 Cm7 C7 Cm Cm(add9)/ B Cm/ Bi: Crn/ A A°7 D7|:5 seems to me you’ve changed the tune we used to sing. Gm7sus4 Gm7 Gm9 Gm7 Bbm6 A7#5 E57 E9(no 3rd) Dm7sus4 Dm7 E7319 '‘ I_! ! II I ’ ' ' : E%'T; !i’-iwj 3:2r, m— 5 5 6 5 _ ’ Iiiiil-‘E-—. j 9 7 ‘I
  79. 79. used to har - mo - nize two souls in per - fect time. A A6 A A6 Bia°7 Blue» B| >°7 Bl>6 Bmll G/ B Bmll E755 A Fflm7 Bm7 E755 .7. — . ..—, ?— j—_____: mi . . 2.. ”: '31--rrj—-33:: -__Z_% . , now the song is dif - Frent and the words don't e - ven rhyme. cause A A6 Amaj7 A6 F#m7sus4 F#m7 Bmll Bm7 Bmll Bm7 Bmll E7sus4 E755 T 1 _ Z si‘ C Cti°7 Dm7 G7 *' I i J jj . . —jj—‘ j l‘I‘. v ' J jjj"j'C¢2'j Z you for - got the mel - 0 - dy our hearts would al - ways croon. __ And so what C C6 C‘ (‘6 Cii°7 CM CW7 CW1 Dmll C7sus4 G7 G9 1 Z jijjjffl C —j-. %=’. .:= *.. =.= .= 78
  80. 80. C7|:5 goods :1 heart that's slight - ly out of tune? Gm7 Gm9 Ab9 Ab7|a9 C°7 Ab9 Ab7l>9 Ab9 013 G735 Gm7add4 C7I>9b13 3. Tune your heart to mine the way it used to be. F/ A F6/A Fmaj7/A F/ A Gl3ia9 A5°7 G°7 A5°7 G7 G755 : <s: ==-5%. :--2:-1:22; = -.; .;: .~. :-. i ' . / '5' _,2 _a_ H“. *7 +m3 3 4 * ' ' '3‘ '3‘ '9' ' ' ' I 5 4 _4_ _3_ . Gm7 C7 Cm6 D7#5 D7 Join with me in har - mo-ny and sing a song of lov - ing. We're Gm7 Gml3Gm7 C7sus4 C7 Cm7 C7 Cmf; bCm6i>9 Cm6 B7:l5 Ab9 D7 . I I 5 . 3 ‘ 9‘ ‘°‘ + 3 5 5 3 ' Gm7 eh m Fmaj7 Dm7 . <.fi—. *.1—I. ;i£2l! _. '. -_-_ bound to get in tune a - gain be - fore too long. There’ ll be G7sus4 G7 Gm7 Gm9 Blvmb A7185 Eiz7 E9(no 3rd) Fmaj7 Dmll G7 G13 4, . . r . I ‘ _--"”’ ' ' ‘ " "' -I; - 1 t -/ La ,1 z - I . 7 10
  81. 81. G7 E59 : {jjj ——: —-_ ‘ C I . Kfiijjfi-‘: —2-—I I no de - sa - fi - na - do when your heart be - longs to me com»plete - ly. T G7 G7 G13 Ei>9 E513 E| >9 Z15 III 111 --- " a s e e s e e e e s e s jj 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I G7 Gm7 c7 fi: _‘iK—2 jjj"i'— '1_i_1—C'j flUV‘ —- ‘ ‘ ‘ ' _ Then you won’t be slightAly out of tune. you'll sing a G7 G13 G7 G13 Gm7 C7 Cm7 C7 in team! GANIIGJ wu-ta III um anal cam F6 " i“' ‘C’ —= ' K“ / —I I long Wllh me Dmll E59 F (31359 Gm7 F5739 Fmajl3#1l 1/ I 80
  82. 82. Softly As in a Morning Sunrise fromTHE NEW MOON Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein ll Music by Sigmund Romberg Verse Moderately Dm7 Em7la5 A7 Dm7 Em7l75 A7 I I I I , J= .I—'j? ='%%%'%-%'% I Z ‘— “_ MT 1., 3. Soft — ly. as in a mom - ing sun - rise. the light of love comes Dm7 C9 CI3 C9 CI3 C9 Dm7 Gml3 Gm7 Gml3 C7sus4 C7 . ',. . l : r : ‘I : l=-e: —?_. =“£££%%% fll' I I / 1 I ___ -19- 5 3 -5 4—5%——-—- 18 Dm7 Em7l>5 A7 Dm7 Em7l:5 A7 j ZN I-I Ij_EI'jIl;1j. I' III: '|: :— Dm7 Em7l75 A7 Dm7 Em7b5 A7 ‘I (‘lam ~ ing with all the glow of sun 7 rise. a bum — ing kiss is Dm7 C9 C13 C9 Cl3 C9 Dm7 Gml3 Gm7 Gml3 C7sus4 C7 SS 3 5 3 5 10 10 6 3 3 3 5 6 5 6 5 -5? 3 %m— 10 3 1° —5j 3 3 3% 3 5 5 Copyright © 1928 by Bambalina Music Publishing Co. and Warner Bros. Inc. in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalf oi Bambalina Music Publishing Co. Administered by Williamson Music International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 81
  83. 83. Dm7 Em7 l25 A7 Dm7 Gm7 C7 feel I143 I E f"E1§ seal - ing the vow that all be - tray. For the pas - sions that Dm7 Dm6 A7 A7|>9 A7 A71t5 A7 Dm6 Gm7 Dm6 Gml3Gm7 C9 C13 Bb°7 ' V j j 21 j-1 L1-Me-T j-j-'1.-ma Mt . / '1 j j 11 L: jjjrs L.4———' j j 1ZI— I lI. .IJ/ T/Ltjtrj-jj-M-M1/engj — jjgmn TI Luv z / M T Z1-‘jet I / I . thrill love, and lift you high to heav - en, j____ are the pas - sions that Dm7 F3 C°7 F7b9 F7b9 F9 A1>7I»9 AL9 C°7 ’ " {T r‘ r’ " v-jinn”; ’ j u ' v— j " 1.-3‘. '.£ 5j"'= "-'-'l'}'1-=32‘? = C % KEV‘: C ' ’ -- —/ 1 Z ‘ T§ ‘’ ° ° 7 7 7 7 7 ‘ j T Gm7 Gs°7 A7 Em7lz5 A7 ' . j -/ --i= a_——l l“V‘ ' kill love, and let you fall to hell‘ So ends each sto ry Gm7 Gm6 Di-759 Db7:i9 1)b7b9 Db71i9 Dl>7l>9 Em7 E°7 G°7 EL9 Eb7l>9 , L - . 5 I / I I . r I I’. : "'—IC_—: 'I'—'—I . , . ... . - " j: jljj: nuv r '| —— : in 19 12 19 12 19 i2~ 12 *5 "4"
  84. 84. A7 2.,4. Soft - ly, as in an eve - ning sun - set. the light that gave you Dm7 C9 C13 C9 C13 C9 Dm7 Gml3 Gm7 Gml3 C7sus4 C7 ' -/ —.d -4‘ —— : 2f2—— , 5 a 3- 5 5 45 5 3 3 1o 19 3 3 3 ll. Dm7 Em7lz5 A7 Dm7 m: -j *1 j 0 / I L glo ry Will take it all a wayéj Dm7 Dm6 A7 A7l>9 A7 A7135 A7 Dm A785 A7 3 0| @ @1- G Q 0 GU01 UMP! I2. Em7|z5 A7 nm7 '7 —— Will take it all a way A7 A7l>9 A7 A7lz9l: l3 A759 Dm { ' . ‘ - . “-e%$r—'T'TE LJ 5 1a 12 to I M *4 : l M . I 1 83
  85. 85. Stella by Starlight from the Paramount Picture THE UNINVITED Words by Ned Washington Music by Victor Young Em Bm Gm D<u<4 D C#°7 1 Cl :12 ‘ I. /._ I — - | uI jb-Mijjjjj M-jjjge-j jj ’ . ,r- r / . brook at e - ven - tide C that rip - pies by a nook where two Em(: tdd9) Emo Em7sus4 Bm7 Gm7add4 Gml3add4 Dmaj7sus4 Dmaj7 Bm7sus4 Bm7 Bb°7 A1359 Dl>°7 : . . ‘ _ . 1.. ../ Mi. Z ‘ —= =i} — - Z—"’j'—'-7"j IE6‘! /" - — a / V : M I I I I I I 9 2 3 3 3 5 3 7 5 3 Z 9 9 2 2 2 3 3 6 G 4 2 Ij: Z‘IMj I jT Z. 'Mj 6 _5_ 9 Copyright © 1946 (Renewed 1973, 1974) by Famous Music Corporation 84 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  86. 86. — I Z ‘ — _ | I lov ers hide. A great sym phon 1c theme Am9 Am7 Am6 B7335 E7lz9lu I3 E7129 Am7sus4 ___. that's Stel - la by star — 1 and not a dream. C_ My Am7 Am9 Am7 B755 Cml3add4 Cm7add4 Bm7add4 Eml 1 G6 S3? 2 J J I /5 , — __ and I a - gree C she's ev . ‘ry - thing Fsimi 11:5 Fziaddli, G Dm6 E7 Cm6 . /T __ _(i, _‘_. .1.. .j= §_. . _. '¥! "3‘%-__. ,i_2-; r1.}E'L; M L} -U- 3 _/ 85
  87. 87. Tangerine from the Paramount Picture THE FLEB’S IN Words by Johnny Mercer Music by Victor Scherlzinger Gm7 C7 Gm7 C7 Fmaj7 D759 D7#5 Gm7 C7 - _—-I eyes of night and lips as bright as flame. Tan - ger - ine, (‘rm7 C7 C9(nn 3rd) Gm7 C7 C755 Fmaj7 F755 Gm9add4 D13 Gm9 -‘('5' _ - _ 1 $2’ 8 . 4. . _A , 5 5m 5 19 CA3.” can u ta will win 0 no Gm7 c7 F E7 A F#m7 Bm7 E9 v‘ j . _(fiu-2;, E _. :‘; 3 r , jj _ when she danc A es by C sen V or - i . tas stare and ca — bal - le - ros C13 Dm7sus4 Dm7 G7 E755 B°7 Amaj7 Bm7 F$im7 C°7 Bm7 E9 " x J I j? _. - 2; arm’: :1-MI» X j j rt—;1$5m_-. m- yjn, _ 3.. _ -I M11 1:; -gr-22.j. ..: .j. j '. (s‘v%; ‘—j: ;S= -‘Z: “‘T #5 " 35$-iL . «S“‘= S 317%’? »‘ -‘ 7 g_/ . . . r 1 on 9’ an an an an: to ca “ Copyright © 1942 (Renewed 1969) by Famous Music Corporation 36 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
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  89. 89. There Will Never Be Another You from the Motion Picture ICELAND Lyric by Mack Gordon Music by Harry Warren Verse Easy Swing ‘ E5maj7 Abmaij7 Dm7b5 G| >9 I’ ' ‘ . - _—€ = I‘(i. 'uzr-1r1j1jj . I _ 1. There will be man ~ y oth — er nights like this, C and B57/Ala Eb6/G F13l>9/GlzFm7 B7lz5 E7lt9 E9t$l| D7il9 El:7l>5 Dm7lz5 G7 Dla9#ll l‘| | be stand - ing here with some - one newgjj There Cm6 D739 Db9llll C9sus4 Fm7add4 BB9 Bl>7 Bl>m9 EH3 Eb7l>9 5". -2;. -=1: 2.-:5. . . A 3—- 6 5 5 4 3 4 3 5 Dia9 Ebo Cm7 _ . will be oth - er songs to sing. an - oth - er fall, an - oth - er spring. but Fm7add4 Bla7 Dl>9i$llDl>7 Dla9#ll Dl>9 151.8 Ebmaj7Cm7sus4Cm7 D7139 D7l>9 Cm7sus4 Cm7 —. ".. =.'. .—-j-j_": l'¢_. j" jun —= —-I‘ "“‘ . :. <;. ‘:: I—1-1 . . 3-11 ' Ell‘ ' I 0- aa a at: In «pour»; out u-can team: © 1942 (Renewed) TWENTIETH CENTURY MUSIC CORPORATION All Rights Controlled by MORLEY MUSIC CO. 88 All Rights Reserved
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  92. 92. The Very Thought of You WordsandMuslcbyRayNoble andl A°7 Bbm7 Blzm9 Blam7 Blz°7 A°7 - j j 1m. :57 I Zaa ‘ Bl)7 Dl’ E57 -. :;= =%= _-H : = ought to du. I‘m liv - ing in a kind of BlJ9 Bl99lI|3 BN3 Bl>l3 B59 Blamll Bl>m9add4 El>l3 ‘___ - 1 : : : : 1-1 H - 1 13 5 6 9 G-— 15 13 —"'_'~e 2 H 6 -——e-— ' I I Copyright © 1934 Campbell Connelly Inc. and Warner Bros. Inc. Copyright renewed; extended term ol Copyright deriving from Ray Noble assigned and effective April 16, 1990 to Range Road Music Inc. and Quartet Music Inc. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Used by Permission 91
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  95. 95. This Can’t Be Love lrom THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE Words by Lorenz Hart Music by Richard Rodgers Verse Moderately T 0 7 8 + 7 0 3 _- , , 7 s 7 7 7 5- -7- a 5 5- -5* 5 5 5 2 2 I -3- 3 7 6 7 7 7 6 7 G Am7 D7 Am7 D7 G6 5'. _.. .—_. .__—_. :.. _.: .. I . I_—-- R“ ‘2 L2 sobs no sor ~ rows. nu sighs: T this can't be Gmaj7 GI3 G7 Am7add4 E59311 Am7add4 D7595l3D759 G A1359 G love, I get no diz ~ Zy spell. T My head is not In the Al359 G C7 C9 C13 C759 Em7add4 Am7 D13 D759 / T ’ 3 5 7 8 5 3 3 7 7 5 7 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 2 2 3 3 3 Copyright © 1938 by Williamson Music and The Estate Of Lorenz Hart in the United States Copyright Renewed All Rights on behalf of The Estate Oi Lorenz Hart Administered by WB Music Corp. 94 international Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  96. 96. G C6 C7 G Fllm7 B7 Em7 :1; * J , ,J J r skies. T my heart does not stand still. T just hear it beat! G Am7 G8 Gmaj7 Film7 B7 B|3 37:15 B7 Em7add4 .0. C= =%%; =:. -, * : ..—"'—*-= ‘ tezijn. * -1- B7 E71‘ 5 A9 D7 59 D7 - I xjj l ‘’ This is too sweet to be love. E5mlll7l3 Dml3 FI3 E75951} Am9add4 D9 D759 .0. 9 _ 2". I IIII}: 15% -I —-/ ‘I/ — 5:. %'{M--_E_F = TJ fll'_’—'1 -‘II I '. §: In ‘ 2: : o - 7 5 7 5 5 3 G6 C7 nsr ‘: __ This can‘t he love be — cause I feel G A l 3 5 9 G A l 3 5 9 G C7 I 1 3 5 7 6 7 7 7 5 7 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 G6 G°7 Am7 D7 G C love to look in your eyes. 03 G Am7 D13 D759 08 A5majl3 G3 " {T . /T , - , , 9 9 ij/ ' j— -1]/ —-E Ill . . I 'lf -It X I ‘ ‘ I | 'ii '. - 3' z : 1/ i T/ ’ , , l» eTT<—«/ E 95
  97. 97. When Sunny ets Lyric by Jack Segal Music by Marvin Fisher Verse Slowly Gm7 C7sus4 C7 B5m7 E59 in 3 ‘Ti I‘ l_— II .11 _p_—' ‘— — ‘— . _ L When sun - ny gels blue. her eyes get gray and cloud — y. C755 Gm9 Gm7 Gm9 C7sus4 C755 B5m9 B5m7 E513 E59 Gm7 Am7 D9 Bm755 B5m7 E59 , I _ —«= =:= ‘== =% L1' = =—= = , E— $'AT1'T'E"%1=‘. *% Then the rain be - gins [0 fall. Pit - (er pal - ler, pit - ter paI—ter. Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm9(no 3rd) Gm7 Am7 Am9 Am7 D759 D7595l3 D759 Bm7 Bm755 E739 E759 B5m7 E57 E59 Am7 A5m7 D59 Gm7 C13 B513 A13 A7513 D9 D759 lG? %=j: T = =.%'. i= - i‘—' love is gone so what can mat - Ieri’ No sweet lov — er man comes to call. C When Am7Dm7 E7119 E759 A5m7 A5ml3 131191111 D57 Gm7 13513 B57 E513 E59 Emll E59311 Am7add4 D759513 Copyright (D 1956 Sony/ ATV Tunes LLC Copyright Fienewed All Rights Administered by Sony/ ATV Music Publishing, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203 96 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  98. 98. ij 3 ‘n 7.‘-'— > - sun - ny gets blue. she breathes a sigh of sad » ness like the wind that stirs the Gm9 Gm7 Gm9 C7sus4 C755 B5m9 B5m7 E513 E59 Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm9(no 3rd) Gm7 _ l"I- - < 7 - . I; _ _‘ _ -. r:§§—. ==-'—-—-E»—~-~—= ::r . 5- ?3- 5 5 Am7 D9 Bm755 B5m7 E59 trees. Wind that sets the leaves to sway—in'. Am7 Am9 Am7 D759 D759513D759 Bm7 Bm755 E719 E759 B5m7 E57 E59 like some vi - o-lins are play - in‘ weird and haunt - ing mel - o - dies. Am7 Dm7 E7119 E759 A5m7 A5m13 D59$111 D57 Gm7 B513 B57 E513 E59 Emll F7 A7 A759
  99. 99. Dmaj7 Em7sus4 F1lm7 B759 Em7 A9 A759 hear her laugh. Dmaj7 Dmaj7sus4 Dmaj7 Dmaj7sus4 Emll Em7 Fflmll B7 Fm9 Em9 A13 A7 10 7 9 7 Dnmfl Dm7 G13 C7513 Cmafl Am7 " W”-L‘2 j_—T—L-— 715:. T%: T—P%l'. Ti{-J%%J I“ Z I T "— name Since that sad af fair she s lost her smile. changed her style. Dmaj7 Em7 E5m7 Dm7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 G9 Bmajl3 Cmajl3 C3 Am7 E5m9 : 3:3 .4. and VI‘! and GIG 01¢? Verse Fmaj7 Dm7 G755 Gm7 C9 Gm7 C7sus4 C7 FL 3 T. ‘T 3 T‘ -‘ l I/ .. " A J. . . luv ‘ Some - how she‘s not the same, __T 2. but mem - 'ries will fade. and Dm9 G13 G7 Gm7add4 C7595l3 C755 Gm9 Gm7 Gm9 C7sus4 C755 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ——3?2— 2 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 -—2- B5m7 E59 Fmaj7 Gm7 Am7 D9 Iii: ‘— 5 ' = pret - ty dreams will rise up where her oth - er dream fell through. B5m9 B5m7 E513 E59 Fmaj7 Dm7sus4 Dm7 Dm7ino 3rd) Gm7 Am7 Am9 Am7 D759 D7595l3 D759 1! j I E . i Z T 2 ll an : n¢ 0- the- ct ova: Inca wo- -itn sun -40- 5 I” in unnu- ui mu-ui T -no-ui fina- «hula 98
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  101. 101. Yesterday Words and Music by John Lennon and Paul Mccartneiy Em7 A7 Dm Din/ C I. Yes - ter - day. all my trou - bles seemed so far a-way. Dm7sus4 Dm7 D11m7 Emll Em7 A7 All A7 A7115 Dm9 Dm7 B5 C7 F C/ E Dm G B5 F -‘ Zjj 1 l— 1 I . FFW-—-gjl [UV - - — 1 I now it looks as though they’re here to stay. _ oh I be - lieve _ in yes - ter < day. _ Gm7add4 C7 C13 C7 Fmaj7sus4 Fmaj7 C7 Dm7 G7 B5maj7 Fmaj7 IL. -:—"—_ 2 2 — -1 ‘ ‘Ii_d—— —/ I flI' _ - I 1 — ___’ I 1° ‘° 3 l . , | W 19 3 6 1° 1 10 19 10 10 10 10 8 10 5 5 —:0— I 8 8 8 3 3 Verse F Em7 A7 Dm Dm/ C l“‘; _ ‘ j{—-T— 2. Sud — den — lyt l'm not half the man I used to be. Dm7sus4 Dm7 D11m7 Eml l Em7 A7 All A7 A7115 Dm9 Dm7 5 _ " ' —vv. Ia_ aim j TjjII; l. I’! -‘-4| : ‘ __Il—— ‘ —= : _ 2 ‘u, ’ - — 9 19 12 13 10 19 7 7 10 o 9 9 ° 5 5 1° ‘ Copyright © 1965 Sony/ ATV Tunes LLC Copyright Renewed All Rights Administered by Sony/ ATV Music Publishing, 8 Music Square West, Nashville. TN 37203 100 International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
  102. 102. there’s a shad-ow hang - ing Gm7add4 C7 C13 C7 Fmaj7sus4 Fmaj7 Dm Dm(add9)/ Db F/ C Dm9 Dm7 Gml3add4 All A7 Dm C Bb Dm/ A Gm C F I -zI - I . -_/ _/_ ___“ I fl — F ’ I I said some - thing wrong now I long for yes Ker day Emll A7 Dm Dm(add9)/ Db F/ C Dm9 Dm7 Gml3add4 Gmll C7 F F3 Gm7 Fmaj7 Lujign. i 4* *1’ . 5 5 I —i%; - - - «»+ + i |
  103. 103. Dm7 Dm Dm9 I _ J 12 10 10 eas A7 A755 an All A7 love was such Em] 1 Em7 A7 Em7 D#m7 ter - Dm7sus4 Dm7 3. Yes 56 T j j T T 12 13 10 10 12 12 0 0 C/ E Dm ‘ ‘—K— "" j I 6, I I be lieve _ in Dm7 G7 1-: 1 — - In as 6 -3 3 . E‘—-— I 3': FF! 7 7 7 z z ‘ — J 10 8 9 0 ‘ - —‘_‘ ‘——K _ A-. %%= I need a place to ' C7 C13 C7 T C7 7 Now Gm7add4 Bl» '- — ——_--—“——— ‘ — _ _ hide a way __ oh FmaJ7sus4 Fma_]7 C7 4 J — =7 ‘°‘ li 5.“ 1 7 II . . Z" A C C F C F jjjjh use 1:11:11 102
  104. 104. [| (l1l? }[ mag in UIDIHK; s_pui i 10.. ]_llll1l)]i)l]([ ABOUT THE AUTHOR Robert Yelin is a guitarist, arranger, educator, and writer who has been playing jazz for over 40 years. His first inspiration came from Johnny Smith's chord—melody solos. and it was the rich variety of guitar chords that moved him to arrange nearly 2,000 songs to date. His 1982 album Night Rain was named best solo instrumental album in Cadence magazines critics poll. Guitar Player wrote: “Yelin’s arrangements are unique. He looks for the right chord; not the right lick. He uses alternate tunings, harmonics, and pizzicato effects tastefully while he whips through difficult passages with no sense of strain. " In the liner notes for Yelin's jazz trio album Song For My Wife johnny Smith wrote: “Bob Yelin is an excellent jazz guitarist and this is an excellent album. His music leaves a lasting. musical memory‘ In addition to leading the jazz guitar ensemble at the University of Colorado, Bob Yelin has had over 3,500 private students. For more than 20 years he has taught improvisation and chords through his correspondence course. He was Guitar Player's contributing jazz editor froml968—l982, and his writings have also appeared in Frets and justjazz Guitar magazines. His bio can be found in Whos Who in Entertainment and the highly respected book. The Jazz Guitar W It's Evolution, Players and Personalities Since 1900. He has performed throughout the United States as a solo artist and with his jazz trio. Fellow jazz great Gene Bertoncini may have put it best when he described Bob Yelin and himself as “chordiologists. " Robert Yelin plays 6, 7, and 14 string Buscarino archtop guitars. Buscarino Guitars 2348 Wide Horizon Drive Franklin, N. C. 28734 (828) 349-9867 103
  105. 105. RHYTHM SLASHES are written above the staff. Strum chords in the rhythm indicated. Use the chord diagrams found at the top of the first page of the transcription for the appropriate chord volcings. Round noteheads indicate single notes. THE MUSICAL STAFF shows pitches and rhythms and is divided by bar lines into measures Pitches are named after the first seven letters of the alphabet. TABLATUHE graphically represents the guitar fingerboard Each horizontal line represents a string, and each number represents a fret. HALF-STEP IEND: Strike the note and bend up 1/2 step. BEND AND RELEASE: Strike the note and bend up as indicated, then release back to the original note Only thejirst note is struck. HAMMER-OH: Strike the first (lower) note with one finger. then sound the higher note (on the same string) with another finger by fretting it without picking / % THILLI very rapidly alternate DEIWEEII the notes indicated by continuously hammering on and pulling off PICK SCRAPE: The edge of the pick is rubbed down (or up) the string, producing a scratchy sound. TREMOLO PICKING: The note IS picked as rapidly and continuously as possible. 104 Guitar Notation Legend Guitar Music can be nolated three different ways: on a musical staff, in tab/ ature, and in rhythm slashes. D 4th string. 2nd fret WHOLE-STEP BEHD: Strike the note and bend up one step PDE-BEND; Bend the note as indicated. then strike it —v—u-4 v j- PULL-OFF: Place both fingers on the notes to be sounded. Strike the first note and without picking, pull the finger off to sound the second (lower) nnta IAPPINGZ H3lTllTl9l ("l3l)" IIIE fret | l'lllIC3I9d with the pick-hand index or middle finger and pull off to the note fretted by the fret hand. MIJFFLED STRINGS: A percussive sound is produced by laying the fret hand across the string(s) without depressing. and striking them with the pick hand. Gm VIBHATU BAH DIVE AND RETURN: The pitch of the note or chord is dropped a specified number of steps (in rhythm) then returned to the original pitch. 1st 5 2nd strings open, open D chord played together GRACE NOTE BEND: Strike the note and immediately bend up as indicated. / ‘ . :_ . ._____ I/2 A VIDRATO: The string is vibrated by rapidly bending and releasing the note with the fretting hand. aw“ LEGATO SLIDE: Strike the first note and then slide the same fret-hand finger up or down to the second note. The second note is not struck NATURAL MAHMOIIIC: Strike the note while the fret-hand lightly touches the string directly over the fret indicated. PALM MUTIHG: The note is partially muted by the pick hand lightly touching the string(s) just before the bridge. —-BO_90tr VIBRATO EAR SCOOP: Depress the bar just before striking the note, then quick y release the bar. SLIGHT (MICROTONE) BEND: Strike the note and bend up 1/4 step. WIDE VIDRATD: The pitch is varied to a greater degree by vibrating with the fretting hand. t‘’““. ... ... ”IZ % SHIFT SLIDE: Same as legato slide. except the second note is struck. PIHCH HAHMOHIC: The hole is fretted normally and a harmonic is produced by adding the edge of the thumb or the tip of the index finger of the pick hand to the normal pick attack. RAKE: Drag the pick across the strings indicated with a single motion. VIIIRATO BAR DIP: Strike the note and then immediately drop a specified number of steps. then release back to the original pitch. . i/2 . i/1 ~I/1
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