Lover ManWords & Music by Jimmy Davis, Roger "Ram" Ramirez, James Sherman, 1941
Recorded by Sarah Vaughan, 1954
Pickup C#m7-5 F#7+5 F#7 Bm7 E7 D9 Cdim E7 I don't know why but I'm feeling so sad Em7 A G/B Cdim A9 I long to try something I never had D7 D7/9 G9 Cm7 Never had no kissin', oh, what I've been missin' Gm7 Em7 A9 D6 C#m7-5 Lover man, oh, where can you be? Bm7 E7 D9 Cdim E7 The night is cold and I'm so a - lone Em7 A G/B Cdim A9 I'd give my soul just to call you my own D7 D7/9 G9 Cm7 Got a moon above me but no one to love me -- Gm7 Em7 A9 D6 Em7 Lover man, oh, where can you be? [Gm7][Abm7] Bridge: F#m Bb7 F#m7 B7 I've heard it said that the thrill of romance E F#m7 G#m7 F#m7 B9 Could be like a heavenly dream Em B+ Em7 A9 DM7 I go to bed with a prayer that you'll make love to me, Bm7 C#m7-5 F#7 Strange as it seems Bm7 E7 D9 Cdim E7 Someday we'll meet and you'll dry all my tears Em7 A G/B Cdim A9 Then whisper sweet little things in my ear D7 D7/9 G9 Cm7 Hugging and a-kissing -- oh, what I've been missing - Gm7 Em7 A9 D6 Em7 Lover man, oh, where can you be? [Em7-5][A7] Last time : Gm7 Em7 A9 A7-9 DM7 Lover man, oh, where can you be?
Adapted from an arrangement sent to me by frequent visitor Mal Ginn.