Trust In MeWords & Music by Ned Wever, Milton Ager & Jean Schwartz
Recorded by Eddie Fisher, 1952
D6 D F#m Em7 Trust in me in all you do; G9 Edim Cdim Em7 Have the faith I have in you. G9 Edim Cdim Love will see us through A Em7 A7 D B7 Em7 G/B A7 If on - ly you trust in me. D6 D F#m Em7 Come to me when things go wrong G9 Edim Cdim Em7 Cling to me and I'll be strong G9 Edim Cdim A Em7 A7 Edim G D We can get along, as long you'll trust in me. Bridge: D F#m D7/9 G A While there's a moon on high, A A9 A D Bm While there's a bird to fly D D6 D Em7 G While there's a you and I Em Em6 Em Bm Bm7/E A7/6 A7 You can be sure I love you D6 D F#m Em7 Stand beside me all the while G9 Edim Cdim Em7 Face the future with a smile G9 Edim Cdim A Em7 A7 D Trust in me and I'll be worth - y of you.
*Researching versions on this one can be an interesting study. Numerous versions came out within a relatively short time of one another (as was so often the case with the pop standards.) However, Fisher's exemplifies the pop standard style; Patti Page recorded one that was a foreshadowing of the early rock-era ballad; and Etta James had one that was a bit of a crossover between rock-era ballad and R&B.