Body And SoulWords & Music by Johnn Green, Ed Heyman, Ed Sour & Fran Eyton
Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, 1953
Am7 Am7/G (Cdim) D7 D+5 My heart is sad and lonely; G6 Am7 Bm7 Bbm7 Am7 Fdim For you I sigh, for you dear on - ly. Am Am7/G B7 Why haven't you seen it? Em7 D7/9 D+5 G6 I'm all for you body and soul. Am7 Am7/G Cdim D7 D+5 I spend my days in long - ing G6 Am7 Bm7 Bbm7 Am7 Fdim And won - d'ring why it's me you're wrong - ing; Am Am7/G B7 I tell you I mean it, Em7 D7/9 D+5 G F#7 I'm all for you body and soul. Bridge: G Em G9 D7 I can't believe it, it's hard to conceive it, G Am D7/9 G That you turn away ro - mance. Am7 Cdim G9 F#7 Are you pretending? It looks like the ending, Am7 C D7 G F#7 F7 E7 Unless I could have one more chance to prove, dear, Am7 Am7/G Cdim D7 D+5 My life a wreck you're ma - king; G6 Am7 Bm7 Bbm7 Am7 Fdim You know I'm yours for just the ta - king Am Am7/G B7 I'd gladly surrender Em7 D7/9 D+5 G Myself to you body and soul.
*Probably the most often-requested song title I've received in all the years I've had this site, the chart itself has eluded me for just as long -- and not for want of effort. The chart you see here is based in large part on a chart provided by recent visitor Mike of The Leigh Michael Sound. Though credited here to Ella Fitzgerald, this chart was also heavily influenced by recordings by Sarah Vaughan and Frank Sinatra.