Seems Like Old TimesWords & Music by Carmen Lombardo & John Jacob Loeb, 1946
Recorded by The Four Freshmen, 1956
Arthur Godfrey's TV theme song
Edim A7+5 A7 A7+5 A7 A7+5 Seems like old times having you to walk with, A7 D9 D7 D9 D7 D9 Seems like old times, having you to talk with. D7 Dm7 Fdim C C/B A7+5 A7 And it's still a thrill just to have my arms a - round you, D9 D7 Dm7 Dm7-5 G7 Still-- the thrill -- it was the day I found you. Edim A7+5 A7 A7+5 A7 A7+5 Seems like old times, dinner dates and flowers, A7 D9 D7 D9 D7 Dm7 G7 Just like old times, staying up for hours G7 Dm7 Fdim C C/B Gm7 A7 Making dreams come true, doing things we used to do D9 Dm7 G G+ C ( Fdim(III) G7 ) Seems like old times being here with you.
The chords in parenthesis on the last line of the song are an optional turn-around -- I would probably end the song with something like C - F - FM - C if the turn-around is not wanted.