The Thrill Is GoneWords & Music by Lew Brown & Ray Henderson, 1931
Recorded by Julie London, 1960
E E6 E EM7 F#m Bm7-5 I'm in your arms, and you are kissing me, Em6 A9 Am7 B7 Cdim Esus4 E Bm7-5 B7 E But there seems to be something miss - ing in your kissing. E E6 E EM7 F#m Bm7-5 The love we knew is just a memory; Cdim Am7 B7 Cdim B7 It's turned into a com - e - dy. Em B+ A9 A7/9 The thrill is gone, the thrill is gone; Am7 D9 D7+5 GM7 G6 F Am6 B7 Em I can see it in your eyes, I can hear it in your sighs, Am6 Em6 C7 Am F#7 B7 Feel your touch and re - al - ize the thrill is gone. Em B+ A9 A7/9 The nights are cold, for love is old. Am7 D9 D7+5 GM7 G6 Love was grand when love was new - F Am6 B7 Em Birds were sing - ing, skies were blue. Am6 Em6 C7 Am F#7 B7 Now I don't ap - peal to you -- the thrill is gone. B7 G GM7 Em6 F#7 Em This is the end, so why pre - tend First Time: Am7 F7/9 F7 B7 B7 B+ Em CM7 F#7 B7 And let it lin - ger on? The thrill is gone. Last Time: Am7 F7/9 F7 B7 B7 B+ Em Am6 Em Em6 And let it lin - ger on? The thrill is gone.
Originally popularized by Rudy Vallee in 1931 when it reached #10. Requested by recent visitor Miguel in Lisbon.