Too Marvelous For WordsWords & Music by Johnny Mercer & Richard Whiting
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1956
Em7 A9 Em7 A9 Em7 A9 Em7 A7 You're just too marvelous, too marvelous for words, A7 Gdim D A7sus4 A9 Like glo - ri - ous, glam - our - ous, A7 D D6 Gdim D And that old standby, am - or - ous. Em7 A9 Em7 A9 Em7 Em7 A7 It's all too wonderful; I'll never find the words A7 Gdim D A7sus4 A9 That say e - nough, tell e - nough -- F# G#m7 C#7 F# I mean they just aren't swell e - nough. Bridge: F#7 Am7 D9 Am7 Edim D+ You're much too much, and just to very very, GM7 G6 GM7 D Em7 A7 To ever be in Web - ster's dic - tion - nary. Em7 A9 Gdim D DM7 B7 And so I'm bor - row - ing a love song from the birds Fdim Am7 Em7 Gdim A7 To tell you that you're mar - vel - ous, D+ G Em7 A7 D Too mar - vel - ous for words.