There's A Small HotelWords & Music by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers
Recorded by Benny Goodman, 1936
From "On Your Toes"
DM7 D6 DM7 D D6 A7 DM7 D D9 There's a small ho - tel with a wish - ing well, Em7 Em7sus4 A7 A DM7/9 Bm7 G6 Edim I wish that we were there to - geth - er; DM7 D6 DM7 D D6 A7 DM7 D D9 There's a bri - dal suite, one room bright and neat, Em7 Em7sus4 A7 A Am7 D9 Am7 D7 Com - plete for us to share to - geth - er. Bridge: G Em Am7 D7 Looking through the win - dow, G6 Edim Am7 B7 You can see a dis - tant stee - ple Em B7 Em B7 C Em Bbm7-5 A7 Not a sign of peo - ple -- who wants peo - ple? DM7 D6 DM7 D D6 A7 DM7 D D9 When the stee - ple bell says, "Good night, sleep well," Em7 Em7sus4 A7 A Am7 D9 Am7 D7 We'll thank the small ho - tel to - geth - er. Coda: GM7 G6 G/B Edim We'll creep in - to our lit - tle shell, Em7 Em7sus4 A7 A A9 D9 Fdim(III) G/B Edim D6 And we will thank the small ho - tel to - geth - er.
If you're familiar with the Benny Goodman version, then know know that Helen Ward didn't sing any coda. But I found the lyric for it on the 'Net and took some rather large liberties with what it might have sounded like if Goodman had let her sing an ending.