When Your Lover Has GoneWords & Music by Einer Aaron Swan
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1955
A7 Dm Gm A7 Dm A7 What good is the schem - ing, the planning the dreaming Dm F A7 That comes with each new love affair? A7 Dm Gm A7 Dm F A7 The love that you cher - ish so of - ten might per - ish A E7-9 Fdim A7 And leave you with castles in air. DM7 F#m Cdim D6 Dm+7 Dm7 Dm6 When you're a - lone, who cares for starlit skies? G+7 Fdim E7 Gm+7 Fdim E7 When you're a - lone, the mag - ic moonlight dies. D F#m Bm Bm7/E E7/9 E E6 E7 At break of dawn, there is no sun - rise D F#m A+ Fdim D6 B7 GB A7+5 When your lover has gone. DM7 F#m Cdim D6 Dm+7 Dm7 Dm6 What lone - ly hours, the evening shadows bring; G+7 Fdim E7 Gm Cdim Fdim E7 What lone - ly hours, with mem' - ries ling - er - ing, D F#m Bm Bm7/E D F#7 Cdim B7 Like faded flow'rs, life can't mean an - y - thing G/B Edim A7+5 A7 G G/B D When your lover has gone.
*Suggested by recent visitors Lisa Bruce and Reg Harris