You Brought A New Kind of Love to MeWords & Music by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal & Pierre Norman
Recorded by Doris Day, 1952
G Cdim Em Cdim Bm7 Bbm7 Sweet one, fairer than the flow - ers, Am7 D7 Am7alt Cdim G Never will I meet one sweeter than you; G Cdim Em6 A9 A7/9 Would you turn away, or could you really learn to care C C/B Am7 Am7/G Cdim D7 If I ever dare to say, "I love you"? Am7alt Am7 Cdim D7 If the night - in - gales could sing like you, G Cdim Bm7-5 E7 They'd sing much sweet - er than they do, A7 Gdim Am7 Cdim G Edim Am7 D7 For you've brought a new kind of love to me. Am7alt Am7 Cdim D7 If the sand - man brought me dreams of you, G Cdim Bm7-5 E7 I'd want to sleep my whole life through, A7 Gdim Am7 Cdim G Cm G For you've brought a new kind of love to me. Bridge: F#7 Em B+ Em7 Em6 I know that you're the slave, I'm the queen, C7 B7 Em But still, you can understand; Edim D F#m Bm7 Bm7/E A7 Am7 D7 That underneath it all, I'm a maid, and you are only a man. Am7alt Am7 Cdim D7 I would work and slave the whole day through, G D7 Am7 D9 E7 Bm7-5 E7 If I could hur - ry home to you, A7 Gdim Am7 Cdim G Am7alt Cm G For you brought a new kind of love to me.
*I listened to several different versions of this one, and this arrangement synthesizes them. I used the third verse from Frank Sinatra's V-disk release, but otherwise, most of the song follows Day's version. One catch, however, is that the specific year of the recording is something of a guess, representing the conclusions of a discussion on one of the newsgroups I frequent. I normally prefer to rely on printed sources for the facual information, and couldn't do that here.