Everybody Loves Somebody SometimeWords & Music by Irving Taylor & Ken Lane
Recorded by Dean Martin, 1964 (#1)
E E+ A7 C#7 Everybody loves somebody sometime, F#m D B7 Everybody falls in love somehow; E Fdim(III) Gdim F#m7 Something in your kiss just told me B7 E F#m B7 My sometime is now. E E+ A7 C#7 Everybody finds somebody someplace; F#m D B7 There's no telling where love may appear. E Fdim(III) Gdim F#m7 Something in my heart keeps saying B7 E Edim E My someplace is here. Bridge: E7 Bm7 Bm7-5 E7 If I had it in my power, A Edim Cdim A I'd arrange for every girl to have your charms; C#m C#m7-5 F#7 Then, every minute, every hour, F#m7 Fdim F#m7 B7 Every boy would find what I found in your arms. E E+ A7 C#7 Everybody loves somebody sometime, F#m D B7 And although my dream was over-due, E Fdim(III) Gdim F#m7 Your love made it well worth waiting B7 E Edim E For someone like you. (Last time) B7 E A Am7 E For someone . . . like you.
Co-author Ken Lane was the piano player accompanying Martin in a recurring bit on Martin's TV show from 1965-74.