Will You Still Be Mine

Words & Music by Tom Adair & Matt Dennis
Recorded by Connie Haines, 1941

Intro Verse:

Dalt D        Fdim       A7      D6
Ever since my heart took such a tumble,

     GM7      G6      Bb9      A7        D9
I've wondered if your love for me would last;

      Bm       F#7      E7-9       Fdim        Am
When landmarks fall, and in - sti - tu - tions crumble,

A     A7/9   Bb9   Fdim     A
Will it be just a mem'ry of the past?


D    F#m       B7     Cdim          Em7   A7
When lov - ers make no ren - dez - vous

D     F#m      B7       Cdim      Em7   A7
To stroll a - long Fifth Av - e - nue,

 Bm  F#7       Cdim       B7       F#m7    Bb9
When this fam - il - iar world is through,

Em7  G/B Edim  A7  D
Will you still be mine?

D    F#m          B7     Cdim       Em7   A7
When cabs don't drive a - round the park,

F# C#m7-5      F#7       Edim       Bm
No  win - dows light the sum - ear dark,

 Bm  F#7      Cdim     F#7        B7  Fdim
When love has lost its se - cret spark

G/B      Edim  A7  D    DM7  D7
Will you still be mine?


D7    Am7    D9  GM7 D7/9  GM7         G6      Edim
When moon - light on  the  Hud - son's not ro - man - cy,

 D   F#m       Bm       Bm7/E   Bb9   Fdim  A7/9  A7
And spring no long - er turns a young man's fan - cy,

 D    F#m          B7          Cdim          Em7     A7
When glam - our girls have lost their charms,

D     F#m         B7         Cdim        Em7   A7
When si - rens just mean false a - larms,

Bm    F#7        Cdim     F#m7      B7   Fdim
When lov - ers heed no call to arms,

G/B        Edim  A7  D
Will you still be mine? 

Suggested by recent visitor Paul Jensen. I wound up liking this one so much I did an extended chart (instrumental only) that will probably go on my album, if I ever get off my "bum" to get the doggone thing finished.

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.