Hello, Young LoversWords & Music by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II
Recorded by Rosemary Clooney, 1951
D9 Em7 F#m7 Em7 Hello, young lovers, whoever you are, DM7 Cdim Em7 A7 I hope that your troubles are few; Em7-5 A7 FM7 A7 All my good wishes go with you tonight -- Em7 A7sus A7 D Em7 - A7 I've been in love like you. D9 Em7 F#m7 Em7 Be brave, young lovers, and follow your star; DM7 Cdim Em7 A7 Be brave and faithful and true. Em7-5 A7 FM7 A7 Cling very close to each other tonight -- Em7 A7sus A7 D D7 I've been in love like you. Bridge: G Am7 Bm7 Am7 I know how it feels to have wings on your heels G Am7 G G6 And to fly down the street in a trance; C#m7-5 F#7 Bm7-5 E7 You fly down the street on a chance that you'll meet, Em7 Bm7-5 Em7 A7 And you meet not really by chance. D9 Em7 F#m7 Em7 Don't cry, young lovers, whatever you do, DM7 Cdim Em7 A7 Don't cry because I'm alone; Em7-5 A7 FM7 A7 All of my mem'ries are happy tonight -- Em7 A7sus A7 Am7 D7 I've had a love of my own. Coda: G Gm F#7 B7 I've had a love of my own, like yours, Em7 Bb9 A-9 A7 D I've had a love of my own.