L-o-v-eWords & Music by Milt Gabler & Bert Kaempfert
Recorded by Nat "King" Cole, 1964 (#81)
C C/B Am7 Am7/G Dm7 Dm7/G G7 "L" is for the way you look at me Dm7 G7 CM7 CM7/6 "O" is for the only one I see C7/6 F "V" is very, very extraordinary D D7 G D7 G7 G6 "E" is even more than anyone that you adore C C/B Am7 Am7/G Dm7 Dm7/G G7 Love is all that I can give to you; Dm7 G7 CM7 CM7/6 Love is more than just a game for two. C7/6 Two in love can make it — F Fm7 Fdim(III) Fdim Take my heart, but please don't break it — C C/B G Dm7 C ( C/B Fdim(III) G7 ) Love was made for me and you.
The chords in parenthesis over the last line of the song are an optional turn-around to begin the song again -- which would probably be obvious the first time you played them, but it can be embarrassing to play in front of someone else and suddenly find yourself thinking "Where the heck am I gonna go with this now?" Been there. Done that. Don't recommend it.