Young and FoolishWords & Music by Albert Hague & Arnold B. Horwitt, 1954
Recorded by The Lettermen, 1962
D F#m Em7 A7 D F#m Bm Cdim Young and foolish, why is it wrong to be G G/G# B7 Em B+ Em7 Edim Young and foolish? We have - n't long to be. DM7 D C#7 Bm F#7 Bm7 Soon e - nough the care - free days, the sun - lit days go by, E Bm7-5 E7 Cdim A7 Soon e - nough the blue - bird has to fly. A Cdim A7 G/B A7 And when he does, we'll see D F#m Em7 A7 D F#m Bm Cdim We were foolish, one day we fell in love; G G/G# Em7 A7 G G/G# Em7 Edim Now we won - der, what were we dream - in' of? DM7 D DM7 D+5 G5 G6 Edim G/B E7/9 Smi - ling in the sun - light, and laugh - ing in the rain -- Bm7-5 DM7 Bm G Edim D I wish that we were young and foolish a - gain.
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