Strangers In the NightWords & Music by Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder & Bert Kampfert
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1966
Intro: Em7/6 A7 A7sus4 D Cdim(IV) A7 D9 D Strangers in my night exchanging glances, DM7 D6 Won'dring in the night what were the chances Bm Bm7 Bm Em Em9 Em Em7 We'd be sharing love before the night was through. A7 Something in your eyes was so inviting, A9 A7 A9 A7 Something in your smile was so exciting Em7 A7 Em A7sus4 A7 D Cdim(IV) A7 Something in my heart told me I must have you. Bridge: DM7 Strangers in the night, D6 F#m B7 Two lonely people, we were strangers in the night, Em Until the moment when we said our first "hello," B+ Little did we know. Em7 G6 Love was just a glance away, A A7sus4 A A9 A A warm em-bra-cing dance a - way! D9 D Ever since that night we've been together DM7 D6 Lovers at first sight in love forever Em A7 Em A7sus4 A7 D DM7 D6 F#m It turned out so right for strangers in the night. (Instrumental interlude: repeat bridge) D9 D Ever since that night we've been together DM7 D6 Lovers at first sight in love forever Em A7 Em A7sus4 A7 D DM7 D6 F#m D6 It turned out so right for strangers in the night.
Once again, senility rears its ugly head. I saw a request for this one recently in one of the guitar newsgroups. I was about to refer them here, but fortunately checked the site first, only to discover I'd never done it. Oh, well...a mind is a terrible thing to lose.