You, My LoveWords & Music by Mack Gordon & Jimmy Van Heusen
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1954
From the movie "Young at Heart"
G Em7 Am7 Cdim My love is ever you, my love, G G/F# Em7 Em6 Am7 D7 Now and for - ev - er, you my love. Dm6 E7 Bm7-5 A9 Am7 You walked into my lonely world, Dm6 E7 Bm7-5 A9 Am7 What peace of mind your smile unfurled. F Dm7 Bb Edim Yes, and because of you, my love, F Dm7 Bb C7 My wishful dream came true, my love. Cm Cm7-5 D7 Em B7 Em7 A7 In my un - cer - tain heart, I am only certain of G G/F# Em7 Em6 C C/B Am7 Cdim G How much I love you, my love.
*Requested by recent visitor Mike Cannon
**By now you know that I'm doing interpretations of recordings -- not verbatim transcriptions. But there's at least one chord on this chart that is NOT AT ALL true to the original sound of the recording (and I had to lower things a half-step to get the chords to match the song.) The A7 chord I show over the word "of" in the next to last line actually sounds closer to an Fm7 (or perhaps a Bbm9) than to an A7 chord, but the high F note sounds sort of non-melodic to my ear, so I opted for the A7 chord with the natural high E instead. If I were to do a repeat on this one (which is desirable, considering how brief the song actually is) I'd start with the beginning of the second verse, hit the Bbm9 on "of" then modulate back to the A7 before finishing on the G chord.