P.S. I Love You

Words & Music by Johnny Mercer & Gordon Jenkins, 1934
Recorded by The Hilltoppers, 1953

C                          Em7      A7
Dear, I thought I'd drop a line;

              Dm7  G7                Em7-5    A7
The weather's cool,    the folks are fine;

D7                       G7/6
I'm in bed each night by nine --

C D7    Dm7  G7
P.S. I love you.

C                      Em7    A7
Yesterday we had some rain,

           Dm7  G7             Em7-5   A7
But all in all,    I can't complain.

D7                   G7/6
Was it dusty on the train?

C Bb9    C9   C
P. S. I love you.


  C7          Gm7           Gm7
Write to the Browns just as soon as you're able;

FM7          F6
They came around to call.

D7         Am7          D7
I burned a hole in the dining room table,

    Bb7    A7+5   D7-5        G7sus4   G7
And let me see--I guess that's all.

C                      Em7   A7
Nothing else for me to say,

            Dm7     G7             Em7-5   A7
And so I'll close . . . but by the way,

D7                   G6       F#7    
Ev'rybody's thinking of you--

C Fm  Fdim  C9   C 
P.S.   I   love you.

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