Let's Pretend There's A MoonWords & Music by Russ Columbo, Grace Hamilton & Jack Stern
Recorded by Russ Columbo, 1926
G G/F# Em C C/B D7 Here are you, and here am I, G G/F# E7 C C/B Cdim There ain't no moon up there on high, G G+7 G7 C Cm But it's a lovely night to spoon, G C Cdim G G/F# D7 Let's pretend that there's a moon. G G/F# Em C C/B D7 Nights like these were made for love, G G/F# E7 C C/B Cdim Re - gard - less of the moon up a - bove; G G+7 G7 C Cm The time and place are op - por - tune -- G C Cdim G G/F# Let's pretend that there's a moon. Bridge: B7 Cdim B7 B7/F# B7 Cdim B7 B7/F# The poets like to tell about that spell of moonlight bliss; B7 B7/F# B7 Cdim B7 Cdim A They weave it into ev' - ry rhyme; Em7 A E7 A Fdim A We need no moon a - bove to tell us when to kiss -- D Am7 Edim D7 Why should we be wasting time? G G/F# Em C C/B D7 Here are we, and here is love; G G/F# E7 Fdim C C/B Cdim Who cares if there ain't no moon up a - bove? G G+7 G7 C Cm Let's pretend that this is the month of June, G C Cdim G Let's pretend that there's a moon.