Trust In Me

Words & 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.


  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.

The lyric and guitar chord transcriptions on this site are the work of The Guitarguy and are intended for private study, research, or educational purposes only. Individual transcriptions are inspired by and and based upon the recorded versions cited, but are not necessarily exact replications of those recorded versions.