It Can't Be WrongWords & Music by Kim Gannon & Max Steiner
Recorded by Dick Haymes, 1943 (#1)
D G DM7 D D9 DM7 Fdim DM7 Wrong? Would it be wrong to kiss, G Em7 A7 Seeing I feel like this, G G/F# G/B A7/6 A7 Would it be wrong to try? D G DM7 D D9 DM7 Fdim DM7 Wrong? Would it be wrong to stay G Em7 A7 Here in your arms this way, G G/F# G/B F#7 Un - er this starry sky? Bridge: F#7 Edim G G/F# A7 Em7 A7 D F#m Bm7 If it is wrong, then why were you sent to me? Bm7/E G G/F# A7 Em7 A7 G/B Em7/9 A7 Why am I content to be with you for - ev - er? D G DM7 D D9 DM7 Fdim DM7 So when I need you so much, G Em7 A7 And I have waited so long, Cdim Em7 A7 Edim A7 D It must be right -- it can't be wrong.
*Suggested by resent visitors Randy P. and John Cade.
This song was originally an instrumental theme featured in the movie "Now, Voyager." Lyrics were added considerably later by Kim Gannon.