C'est Si BonWords & Music by Andre Hornez & Henry Betti
English lyric by Jerry Seelen
Recorded by Louis Armstrong, 1949
C#m7-5 Cm7-5 Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 E7/9 E7 A D9 Bm7-5 A "C'est si bon" -- lovers say that in France Fdim Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 When they thrill to romance; Bm7-5 E7 A6 Cdim E7/9 It means that it's so good. C#m7-5 Cm7-5 Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 E7/9 E7 A D9 Bm7-5 A C'est si bon -- so I say it to you Fdim Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 Like the French people do Bm7-5 E7 A Because it's oh, so good. Bridge: A7 F Dm7 CM7/6 CM7 Ev'ry word, ev'ry sigh, ev'ry kiss, dear, B7 Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 Leads to only one thought, and it's this, dear: C#m7-5 Cm7-5 Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 E7/9 E7 A D9 Bm7-5 A It's so good, nothing else can replace Fdim Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 Just your slightest embrace Em7 F#7 And if you only would Bm7 Dm7 AM7 Be my own for the rest of my days, A A7 Bm7-5 E7 I will whisper this phrase, First Time: Bm7-5 E7/9 E7 A Edim E7 My darling, c'est si bon. Last Time: Bm7-5 E7/9 E7 A D9 A6 My darling, c'est si bon.