Baby, Oh Where Can You BeWords & Music by Ted Koehler, Frank Magine
Recorded by Fats Waller, 1929
D G D A7 Ev'rywhere I see a pair D F#7 B7 Like lovebirds up in a tree, Em7 A7 Edim A7 D F#m Gdim Em7 A7 Baby, oh where can you be? I need you. D G D A7 Moon above, it's time for love D F#7 B7 For ev'rybody but me -- Em7 A7 G Em7 D G Edim D Baby, oh where can you be? Edum B7 B7/F# Cdim B7 It seems that each little breeze sighs through the trees, B7 Cdim B7 B7/F# Tellin' me "Don't be blue." E7 Bm7-5 E7 Bm7-5 Stars sympathize; guess they are wise -- E7 Bm7-5 E7 A7 They kind of miss you, too. D G D A7 Nights like this don't hold much bliss D F#7 B7 For one as lonely as me; Em7 A7 G Em7 D Baby, oh where can you be?
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