Take Me In Your ArmsWords & Music (as Torna A Surriento) by by Ernesto de Curtis & Giambattista de Curtis, 1902
English lyrics adapted by Joe Lilley
Recorded by Dean Martin, 1962
Am A9 Am Once up - on a lovely time, Dm D9 Dm Am Ma - ny million dreams ago, F Dm7 Bm7-5 Am Once there was a man in love, Dear, Dm D9 Dm Dm7 E7 Dm7 A Ma - ny mil - lion dreams a - go. A F#m E7 D Once he thought he had a sweetheart, E Bm7-5 Cdim A6 Then he broke the golden rule: A F#m E7-9 Bm Never take your love for granted -- E Cdim E A Wise men often play the fool. A F#m E7 D Now he'd like to say "I'm sorry" -- C#7 C#7/G# Fdim(III) F Can't you see with - in his heart Dm Dm6 Dm7 Dm6 Dm Dm7 Am With - out you there's no to - mor - row? Dm F E7 A Why should true love have to part? A A9 AM7 F#m D E7 Take me in your arms, E7sus4 E7 E D9 A I prom - ise to be true; Dm F Dm7 Am A9 Am Nev - er a - gain I'll stray A9 E7 Fdim A A - way from you.
*Requested by recent visitor Ron Deming.