Easy Come, Easy GoWords & Music by Edward Heyman & John W. Green, 1934
Recorded by Anita O'Day, 1959
D6 B7 G Gdim Easy come, easy go -- D6 Bm7 G G/F# Em7 That's the way, if love must have it's day, A7+5 D6 B7 G G/F# Em7 A7 F#7 B7 G A7 Then easy come, let it go. D6 B7 G Gdim No remorse, no regrets -- D6 Bm7 G G/F# Em7 We should part exactly as we met, A7+5 D6 B7 G G/F# Em7 A7 D DM7 D7 Just easy come, easy go. Bridge: G G/F# Em7 A7 F#m B7 We never dreamt of romantic dan - gers, G G/F# Em7 E7 But now that it ends, let's be friends G F#m Bm7 Edim And not two stran - gers. D6 B7 G Gdim Easy come, easy go D6 Bm7 G G/F# Em7 Here we are, so Darling, au revoir -- A7+5 D6 B7 G G/F# Em7 A7 D6 Edim Dalt It's easy come, easy go.
This one was suggested by a visitor to the site, who also helped with a lyric transcription. While Anita O'Day's version is credited here, I had only a fragment of it to work with, and so I relied on a much more recent Diana Krall interpretation to flesh out the song.