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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:13 AM

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A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (chords & lyrics)
A Taste of Honey (chords & lyrics)
Anything Goes (chords & lyrics)

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Jeepers Creepers (chords & lyrics)

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Make Someone Happy (chords & lyrics)

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:17 AM

The Shadow Of Your Smile

A bit of trivia for you.... Charles Manson said it was his favorite tune! :lol:

The Shadow Of Your Smile
Words & Music by Johnny Mandel & Paul F. Webster 
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1965 (#95)
Featured in the movie "The Sandpiper"


Em                 F#m7       B7       Em   A9  
The shadow of your smile when you are gone,

Em                Am7         D7       G
Will color all my dreams and light the dawn.

CM7          F#m7      B7        Em    B+    Em7 
Look into my eyes, my love, and see

Em6            F#7        C7     F#m7      B7 
All the lovely things you are to me.


(N.C.)            F#m7           B7    Em    B+   Em7
Our wistful little star went far too high;

  Em6                   Am7      D7    Bm7-5  E7
A teardrop kissed your lips, and so did I.

             Am7            Cm7
Now when I remember spring,

 F7        Bm7-5                  E7
All the joy that love can bring,

             A7       Am7     D9   D7/9  D7   G     Cdim    B7 
I will be remembering    the shadow of your smile.


(Instrumental interlude:  1st verse)


(N.C.)            F#m7       B7       Em    B+    Em7
Our wistful little star went far too high;

      Em6               Am7      D7   Bm7-5  E7
A teardrop kissed your lips, and so did I.

             Am7          Cm7
Now when I remember spring,

 F7              Bm7-5           E7
All the joy that love can bring,

             A7        Am7
I will be remembering

     D9   D7/9       G      Gdim    Am7    Cm7     G  
The shadow of your smile.


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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:21 AM

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
Words & Music by Eric Maschwitz & Manning Sherwin
Recorded by Nat "King" Cole, 1943, and also by Tony Bennett, 1992
      G       Em         Bm      G7
That certain night, the night we met,

           C      B7           Em     B+
There was magic abroad in the air;

           G       D7    G7      Cm
There were angels dining at the Ritz

       G           Em     Am7  D7    G          Em    Am7    D7
And a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.


I may be right, I may be wrong, 
But I'm perfectly willing to swear
That when you turned and smiled at me
 
   G            Em    Am7   D7   G     Em   Em6   F#7
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.



Bridge 1:

	B7                     C#m7-5  F#7
The moon that lingered over London town --

	 Bm      Gdim     C#m7-5  F#7 
Poor, puzzled moon, he wore a frown.

  B7                          C#m7-5 F#7
How could he know we two were  so in love 

      Bm       Gdim         Am7     D
The whole darn world seemed upside down.


The streets of town were paved with stars,
It was such a romantic affair.
And as we kissed and said "Good-bye," 
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.


How strange it was, how sweet and strange; 
There was never a dream to compare
With that hazy, crazy night we met 
When a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.


This heart of mine beat loud and fast, 
Like a merry go round at the fair;
For we were dancing cheek to cheek 
And a nightingale sang in Berkeley Squre.


Bridge 2: 

When dawn came stealing up all gold and blue
To interrupt our rendezvous,
I still remember how you smiled and said,
"Was that a dream or was it true?"

Our homeward step was just as light 
As the tap-dancing feet of Astaire,
And like an echo, far away, 
   G           Em      Am7 D7    G       Em
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.


Coda:

	Am7      D7     Dm6    E7
I know 'cause I was there

C       C/B     Cm   D7    G     Em    Cm    Cm7-5    G
  That night in Berkeley Square.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:25 AM

A Taste of Honey
Words & Music by Ric Marlow & Bobby Scott
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1964 (#94)
Also recorded by Herb Alpert & The Tiajuana Brass, 1965 (#7) (Grammy winner 1965, best record)

  Am       Am+7        Am7  D6
Winds may blow o'er the icy sea;

      Am      Am+7     Am7       D6
I'll take with me the warmth of thee-

            Am       F         Em7         Am     Dm6    Am
A taste of honey, a taste much sweeter than wine.


      Am     Am+7     Am7     D6
I'll leave behind my heart to wear,

     Am    Am+7    Am7     D6
And may it e'er remind you of

           Am        F          Em7          Am    Dm6    Am
A taste of honey, a taste much sweeter than wine.


Bridge:

Am7       D6    Am7     D6
I will return, I'll return,

           F           Em7       Am    Dm6    Am
I'll come back for the honey and you.


    Am         Am+7        Am7     D6
He ne'er came back to his love so fair,

    Am     Am+7          Am7     D6
And so she died dreaming of his kiss-

            Am        F         Em7         Am     Dm6    Am
A taste of honey, a taste more bitter than wine.


Am7       D6   Am7     D6
I will return, I'll return,

            F          Em7       Am    Dm6    Am
I'll come back for the honey and you.


Coda:
           F            Em7  E7-9  Am    Dm6    Am
I'll come back for the honey and you.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:30 AM

Anything Goes
Words & Music by Cole Porter 1934
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1958


   A      E7     Cdim       A6
In olden days a glimpse of stocking

A    E7          Bm7-5      A 
Was looked on as something shocking --

     A9    A7   D6   Dm6  Fdim Bm7-5      Fdim  A
Now, Hea - ven knows,           an - y - thing goes.


       A      E7       Cdim       A6      A
Good authors, too, who once knew better words

E7      Bm7-5      A
Now only use four-letter words

 A9    A7   D6   Dm6  Fdim Bm7-5      Fdim  A    G#7
Writ - ing prose,           an - y - thing goes.


Bridge:

                    C#7                  G#7
The world has gone mad today, and good's bad today

            C#m7                   G#7
And black's white today and day's night today

         C#m7                  F#7
And most guys today that women prize today

          Bm7  Bm7-5       E7
Are just silly  gi - gi - los.


      A       E7    Cdim       A6     A
So though I'm not a great ro - man - cer

    E7             Bm7-5      A
I  know that you're bound to ans - wer when  

A9  A7    D6  Dm6  Fdim  Bm7-5      Fdim  A    
I  pro - pose             an - y - thing goes.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:33 AM

Jeepers Creepers
Words & Music by Johnny Mercer & Harry Warren, 1938
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1958


Em7/9  A7    D9    Bm7    G6        G/B  A7   G6     D9
Jee - pers, cree - pers, where'd ya get those pee - pers?

Em7/9  A7    D9     B7    G6        G/B  A7     D
Jee - pers, cree - pers, where'd ya get those eyes?

Em7/9 A7   D9 Bm7  G6         G/B A7 G6  D9
Gosh  all, git up, how'd they get so lit up?

Em7/9 A7   D9  B7  G6         G/B  A7   D
Gosh  all, git up, how'd they get that size?


Bridge:

Am7  Bm7  G9  G6  Am7     Bm7   D7   GM7        G6
Gol - ly gee!    When you turn those heat - ers on

Bm7 C#m7 AM7 F#m Bm7   C#m7 B7  A7/9   A7
Woe  is  me,     got to put my cheat - ers on.


Em7/9  A7    D9    Bm7    G6        G/B  A7   G6     D9
Jee - pers, cree - pers, where'd ya get those pee - pers?

Em7/9  A7    D9    B7    G6       G/B  A7     D   B7
Oh,   those wee - pers, how they hyp - no - tize!

 G6        G/B  A7     D
Where'd ya get those eyes? 

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 06:39 AM

Make Someone Happy
Words & Music by Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Jule Styne
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1976
Revived by Jimmy Durante in the 1993 movie "Sleepless In Seattle"


D     D+5  D6         DM7
Make          someone happy,

D     D+5     D6         DM7
Make just one    someone happy;

C       C/B      Am7     Am7/G       C  Cdim
Make   just one heart the heart you sing to.

G   G+5   G6             GM7
One           smile that cheers you,

Gm7               Gdim          Edim  A7-9
   One face that lights when it nears you,

D   D+5  D6       F#m7         Em7  Edim
One girl    you're ev' - ry - thing  to.



D     D+5  D6        DM7
Fame          if you win it,

D     D+5    D6        DM7
Comes    and goes in a minute.

C       C/B     Am7          Am7/G     C   Cdim
Where's    the real stuff in life to cling  to?

G   G+5   G6         GM7
Love          is the answer,

Gm7   Gdim    Edim        A7-9
   Someone to love is the answer.

 D   D6      DM7  B9   Bm          Bm7    F#m7 B9 
Once you've found her, build your world around her.

Em   B+   Em7        A7+5   A7
Make          someone hap - py, 

DM7      D6       F#m7    B7
    Make just one someone happy,

    Em7  Em7-5* A7        Gdim  A7/6**  D   D+5  D6   DM7 - D6  D 
And you            will be hap -  py,  too.

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