Ain't We Got Fun?Words & Music by Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan & Richard Whiting, 1921
Recorded by Doris Day, 1953
Sung with Danny Thomas in the movie "I'll See You In My Dreams"
D Fdim D D Fdim D A7 Em7 A7 Ev-'ry morn - ing, ev-'ry eve - ning, ain't we got fun? A7 Em7 A7 G/B A7 D G A7 D D7 Not much mon - ey, oh but hon - ey, ain't we got fun? G G/F# Fdim(III) Fdim D Bm7 B7 The rent's un - paid dear, we haven't a car; E G/F# G Em7 G/B A7 But an - y - way, dear, we'll stay as we are. D Fdim D D Fdim D A7 Em7 A7 In the win - ter, in the sum - mer, don't we have fun? A7 Em7 A7 G/B A7 D G A7 D D7 Times are glum and getting glum - mer, still we have fun. G G/F# Fdim(III) Fdim E E6 G A7 There's nothing sur - er: the rich get rich and the poor get poorer. D Fdim D B7 E7 Gdim A7 D In the mean - time, in be - tween time, ain't we got fun?
Note: I've taken liberties with the wording of the beginning of the second verse -- but no more than the singers did. This wording has more in common with a much earlier Margaret Whiting recording.