Ev'ry Time We Say GoodbyeWords & Music by Cole Porter, 1944
Recorded by Benny Goodman Quintet, 1945 (#12), vocal by Peggy Mann
From "Seven Lively Arts"
D Bm D Bm Em7 A7 Ev'ry time we say goodbye, I die a little. D A7 F A7 D D7 Gm Ev'ry time we say goodbye, I wonder why a little, D Fdim Gm6 A7 Am D7 G Why the gods above me, who must be in the know, Gm D+5 D Fdim A7 Think so little of me they allow you to go. D Bm D Bm D Bm E7 A7 When you're near there's such an air of spring about it, D A7 F A7 D D7 G Gm I can hear a lark somewhere begin to sing about it. D Fdim Gm A7 There's no love song fi - ner, D7 G Gm But how strange the change from major to minor D B7 E7 G A7 D Ev'ry time we say good - bye.