There's No YouWords & Music by Tom Adair & Hal Hopper
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1943
A7/6 Dalt D9 D Gm7 A7 I feel the autumn breeze, D9 F#m Gm7 Edim D It steals 'cross my pillow as soft as a will-o'-the-wisp, F#m Dalt C#7 Gdim And in its song there is sadness because Em7 G/B A7 There's no you. A7/6 Dalt D9 D Gm7 A7 The lonely autumn trees, D9 F#m Gm7 Edim How softly they're sighing, for summer is dying, D F#m Dalt C#7 Gdim They know that in my heart there's no gladness because Em7 Edim D There's no you. Bridge: D7/9 D7 D7/9 D7 The park that we walked in, the garden we talked in -- G Cdim Am7 G How lonesome they seem in the fall! D9 E Bm7-5 E The stormy clouds hover and falling leaves cover A Edim E Fdim A7 Our favorite nook in the wall. A7/6 Dalt D9 D Gm7 A7 In spring we'll meet a - gain, D9 F#m Gm7 Edim D We'll kiss and recapture the summertime rapture we knew, F#m Dalt C#7 Gdim And from that day, never more will I say Em7 Edim D There's no you.
*Suggested by recent visitor Reuben McDaniel.