Darling Je Vous Aime BeaucoupWords & Music by Anna Sosenko, 1936
Recorded by Nat King Cole, 1955 (#36)
D DM7 Dalt D7 Darling, je vous aime beaucoup G Gdim D B7 Je ne sais pas what to do G Gdim D A7 D You know you've completely stolen my heart D DM7 Dalt D7 Morning, noon and night-time, too, G Gdim D B7 Toujours, wondering what to do -- G Gdim D A7 D D7 That's the way I've felt right from the start. Bridge: G G/F# Ah, Cherie! Gm7 Gdim Gdim(V) A7(V) D F#m My love for you is très, très fort -- B7 Cdim B7 Cdim Wish my French were good enough; E7 Bm7-5 A A7 I'd tell you so much more. D DM7 Dalt D7 But I hope that you compree G Gdim D B7 All the things you mean to me G Gdim D G Gdim D G A7 D Darling, je vous aime beaucoup, I love you, yes I do.
Suggested by recent visitor Al Almeleh.
The original lyric transcription was done by long-time lyric guru Ron Hontz, and was found on Lyrics World. He also provided the information that this song was introduced in the film "Love and Hisses" by Hildegarde, who had a #21 hit with it in 1943.