You Better Go NowWords & Music by Irving Graham & S. Bickley Reichner
Recorded by Jeri Southern, 1956
A A9 Asus4 D9 D Bm7 You bet - ter go now, A7 D9 D Gdim Because I like you much too much, B7 Em7 A7 You have a way with you; A A9 Asus4 D9 D Bm7 You ought to know now A7 D9 D Gdim Just why I like you very much -- B7 Em7 A7 The night was gay with you. Bridge: Em7/6 A7sus4 D A7 There's a moon above, Em7 Bm7 F#7 And it gives my heart a lot of swing; Em7/6 A7sus4 D A7 In your eyes, there's love, Bm7 F#m Em7 A7 And the way I feel it must be spring. A A9 Asus4 D9 D Bm7 I want you so now - A7 D9 D Gdim You have the lips I love to touch, B7 Em7 A7 You better go now. Edim DM7 B7 G6 D6/9/F# Em7 Edim D You better go, because I like you much too much. Instrumental interlude: First three lines of second verse. Coda: Edim DM7 Cdim B7 G6 D6/9/F# Em7 Edim D F#m B7 You better go, because I like you much too much. B7/F# G6 D6/9/F# Em7 Edim D I like you much too much.
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