ThanksWords & Music by Sam Coslow & Arthur Johnston
Recorded by Bing Crosby, 1933
Intro Verse: A F#m D9 We used to dwell in love's own palace, E Em7-5 E7 A A palace of dreams come true; A F#m G#7 Now that we're through, I bear no malace -- C#m G#m7 E7 Bm7-5 Cdim E7 E7/6 Though we've called it a day, all I can say, is A9 D6 Fdim A F#7 D9 Cdim F#7 Thanks for all the lovely delights I've found in your em - brace; D6 Bm7-5 Dm6 D9 E7/6 Fdim A F#7 Dm6 E7 I'm thankful, though I know it's ending all too soon. E7/6 A9 D6 Fdim A F#7 D9 Cdim F#7 And thanks for un - for - get - a - ble nights I never can re - place, D6 Bm7-5 Dm6 D9 E7/6 Fdim A F#7 D Dm6 A And mem - o - ries that linger like a haunting tune. Bridge: AM7 C#7 G#7 C#7 It is better to have loved you, Dear, and lost, D9 Cdim Dm6 E7 A Than never to have loved at all; AM7 C#7 F#m Cdim Yes, it's better, for no matter what the cost, E Bm7-5 Fdim D9 Dm6 E7 I held the world in sway, an emperor for a day. E7/6 A9 D6 Fdim A F#7 D9 Cdim F#7 And thanks again for taking me on the road to par - a - dise; D6 Bm7-5 Dm6 D9 E7/6 Fdim D5 Dm6 A We lost our way, still I must con - vey my thanks.