All I Need Is The GirlWords & Music by Jule Styne & Stephen Sondheim, 1969
Recorded by Mel Torme, 1960
A7 D9 D6/9 D9 D6/9 Em7 Edim Got my tweed pressed, got my best vest, Em7 A7 DM7 D DM7 D B7 All I need now is the girl; E7/9 E7 E7/9 E7 A7/6 A7 A7/6 Got my striped tie, got my hopes high -- A7 D9 F#m Bm7 Bm7/E Got the time and the place and I've got the rhythm, G G/F# Em7 A7sus4 E7 Now all I need's the girl to go with 'em. D9 D6/9 D9 D6/9 Em7 A7 Edim A7 If she'll just ap - pear we'll take this DM7 D DM7 D B7 Big town for a whirl; E7/9 E7 E7/9 E7 A7/6 A7 And if she'll say, "My, darling, I'm yours," I'll throw away A7/6 D9 D6/9 D9 Cdim B7 My striped tie and my best-pressed tweed -- E7/9 A7/6 A7 D All I really need is the girl.
Thanks to fellow piano bar dennison Don H. for getting me hooked on this song, and for providing the recording I transcribed from.