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Love nest(Nat King Cole, capo op 1/Chet Baker/Sonny


Stitt & Jack McDuff/Bud Shank & Bob Cooper/Marty Grosz,
instr.)
C G7 C G7 C G7 C
Many builders there have been since the world began
Em B7 Em B7 Em B7 Em
Palace cottage, mansion, inn, they have built for man
Dm C G7 A7
Some were small and some were tall, log or wide or low
Dm C G7 C
But the best one of them all Jack built long ago
Dm C D7 G7
'Twas built in by-gone days, yet millions sing its praise
C G7 C (refrein)
Just a Love Nest, cozy and warm (“with charm” ipv “warm”)
F C7 F
Like a dove nest down on a farm
G7 C A7
A veranda with some sort of clinging vine
Dm A7 Dm F G7
and a kitchen where some rambling roses twine
C G7 C
Then a small room, tea set of blue
F C7 F
Best of all room, dream room for two
G7 E7 A7
Better than a palace with a gilded dome
Dm G7 C
is a Love Nest - you can call home
C G7 C G7 C G7 C
Building houses still goes on - now as well as then
Em B7 Em B7 Em B7 Em
Ancient Jack and Jill are gone, yet return again
Dm C G7 A7
Ever Comes the question old shall we build for pride,
Dm C G7 C
Or should brick and mortar hold warmth and love inside?
Dm C D7 G7
The answer you may know, Jack solved it long ago
2. (Time after time (Chet Baker/E. Fitzgerald/Sarah Vaughan,capo op 1/F. Sinatra/J.J.
Johnson/Freddie Hubbard Quintet/Roy Haynes Trio/Richard Wyands Trio, instr.)
Intro: C Am Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7
C Am Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7
Time after time I tell myself that I'm
C Am Bm5-/7 E7 Am
So lucky to be lo - ving you + = aug
Am7 F#m7 Em B5+ Em7 B5+: x2100x
So lucky to be the one you run to see
A5+ A7 Dm Dm7+ Dm7 Dm6 G A5+: x03221
In the evening when the day is through Dm7+: xx0221

Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7
I on - ly know what I know
C Em Dm7 G7
The passing years will show
C C7 F Fm
You've kept my love so young, so new
C Am Em7 Dm7 C Am D7 Dm7
And time after time you'll hear me say that I'm
C Am Dm G7 C Am Fdim (III) G7
So lucky to be lo - ving you
(Instrumental interlude: 1st verse + repeat italics, but last line:)
C Am Dm7 G7 C Dm7 C
So lucky to be lo - ving you
3. Give Me The Simple Life (A. Ross/J. London/C. McRae/
J. Christy/B. Kenney/S. Getz & B. Brookmeyer, instr.)
Em7 A7 D B7
I don't believe in frettin' and grievin';
C#m7-5 F#7 Bm D7
Why mess around with strife?
G Gm D Bm7
I never was cut out to step and strut out.
E7 Em7 A7
Give me the simple life.

Em7 A7 D B7
Some find it pleasant dining on pheasant.
C#m7-5 F#7 Bm D7
Those things roll off my knife;
G Gm D Bm7
Just serve me tomatoes; and mashed potatoes;
E7 A7 D
Give me the simple life.

Em7 A7 D (bridge)
A cottage small is all I'm after,
Em7 A7 D
Not one that's spacious and wide.
C#m7-5 F#7 Bm
A house that rings with joy and laughter
E7 Em7 A7
``--And the ones you love inside.

Em7 A7 D B7
Some like the high road, I like the low road,
C#m7-5 F#7 Bm D7
Free from the care and strife.
G Gm D Bm7
Sounds corny and seedy, but yes, indeed-y;
E7 A7 D
Give me the simple life.
4. The very thought of you(S. Arioli/B.Holiday/S. Vaughan/N. Wilson/
Etta James/Ella Regina/W. Marsalis, S. Rollins, instr.)
(E7) E7/9- A A6
The very thought of you and I forget to do A+5: x03221
A A+5 A6 Amaj7 B7
The little or-di-nar-y things that ev'ryone ought to do.
Bm7-5 E7 F#m F#m7 G#7
I'm living in a kind of daydream, I'm happy as a king,
C#m F#m7-5 B7 Bm Bm7-5 E7
And foolish though it may seem, to me that's ev'-ry-thing.

A A6
The mere idea of you, the longing here for you;
A A+5 A6 Amaj7 B7
You'll never know how slow the moments go 'til I'm near to you.
Bm7-5 E7 F#m F#m7 B7
I see your face in ev'ry flower, your eyes in stars above--
E7 Cdim7
It's just the thought of you,
Bm7-5 E7 A Amaj7 Bm7-5 E7 (First Time)
The very thought of you, my love.

Bm7-5 E7 A F#m Bm7-5 A (Last Time)


The very thought of you, my love
5. Who Cares (Anita O’Day/The Barbara Carroll Trio/ Susannah Mccorkle/Ella Fitzgerald/Kate
Smith/Carroll Sloane/Cannonball Adderley/Bob Brookmeier and Stan Getz, instr.)
C Ab7
Let it rain and thunder, Why should I care?
Db Dm7 G9 C6 Dm7 C6 Dm7
Let a million firms go under. Life is one long jubilee,
C Ab7
I am not concerned with So long as I care for you
Db
Stocks and bonds that And you care for me!
Dm7 G9 C6 Dm7 C6 B7
Ive been burned with!
Who cares how history rates me

I love you and you love me As long as your kiss intoxicates me?

And that's how it will always be Why should I care?

And nothing else can ever mean a thing Life is one long jubilee,

So long as I care for you


Who cares what the public chatters
And you care for me!
Love’ss the only thing that matters

Who cares if the sky cares to fall in the sea

Who cares what banks fail in Yonkers

Long as you've got a kiss that conquers?


I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (B. Holiday/
Ella Fitzgerald/F. Sinatra/Amy Grant/Lily Frost/
Doris Day/Benny Goodman, instr.))
C Cdim Dm7 G7 Dm Dm7+ Dm7 Cdim
The snow is sno-wing, the wind is blo-wing
C Em7 Bm5-/7 A7 Gdim A7
But I can weather the storm
Dm Am7 Dm7 Fdim G7
What do I care how much it may storm
C Am7 Dm7 G7 C Cdim Dm7 G7
I've got my love to keep me warm
C Cdim Dm7 G7 Dm Dm7+ Dm7 Cdim
I can't re – mem - ber a worse de – cem-ber
C Em7 Bm5-/7 A7 Gdim A7
Just watch those i - cicles form
Dm Am7 Dm7 Fdim G7
What do I care if I cicles warm
C Edim Dm7 G7 C Cdim Dm7 G7
I've got my love to keep me warm
(Bridge:) B7/13-: x2x243
Em B7/13- Em7 A9
Off with my overcoat, off with my glove
Dm Em7 A7 Dm Dm7 G7 G7/13-
I need no overcoat, I'm burning with love
C Cdim Dm7 G7 Dm Dm7+ Dm7 Cdim
My heart's on fire, the flame grows higher
C Em7 Bm5-/7 A7 Gdim A7
So I will weather the storm
Dm Am7 Dm7 Fdim G7
What do I care how much it may storm
C Edim Dm7 G7 C E7 A A7 A7/13- A7
I've got my love to keep me warm
Dm Dm7 G7 Fdim C
I've got my love to keep me warm
6. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (B. Holiday/
Mildred Bailey/ Ella Fitzgerald/F. Sinatra/Amy Grant/
Lily Frost/Doris Day/Benny Goodman, instr.)

Bb Bbdim Cm7 F7 Cm Cm7+ Cm7 Bbdim


The snow is snow-ing, the wind is blow-ing
Bb Dm7 Am5-/7 G7 Fdim G7
But I can weath-er the storm.
Cm Gm7 Cm7 Ebdim F7
What do I care how much it may storm?
Bb Gm7 Cm7 F7 Bb Bbdim Cm7 F7
I've got my love to keep me warm.

Bb Bbdim Cm7 F7 Cm Cm7+ Cm7 Bbdim


I can't re - mem - ber a worse De – cem - ber,
Bb Dm7 Am5-/7 G7 Fdim G7
Just watch those i ci - cles form!
Cm Gm7 Cm Ebdim F7
What do I care if i ci-cles form?
Bb Ddim Cm7 F7 Bb Bbdim Cm7 F7
I've got my love to keep me warm.

Dm A7/13- Dm7 G9 (Bridge)


Off with my o – ver -coat, off with my glove.
Cm Dm7 G7 Cm Cm7 F7 F7/13-
I need no o-ver-coat, I'm bur-ning with love.

Bb Bbdim Cm7 F7 Cm Cm7+ Cm7 Bbdim


My heart's on fire, the flame grows higher
Bb Dm7 Am5-/7 G7 Fdim G7
So I will weather the storm.
Cm Gm7 Cm7 Ebdim F7
What do I care how much it may storm?
Bb Ddim Cm7 F7 Bb D7 G G7 G7/13- G7
I've got my love to keep me warm.
Cm Cm7 F7 Ebdim Bb
I've got my love to keep me warm.
7. I'll Never Smile Again (Oscar Peterson/Julie London/ Frank Sinatra/(Benny
Carter, instr.)
Intro: C7M D#dim Dm7 G7 G4/7 G7 C7M C F C7M
C7M D#dim Dm7 G7 G4/7 G7 C7M C F C7M
I'll never smile again, until I smile at you
C7M D#dim Dm7 G7 G4/7 G7 C7M C F C7M
I'll never laugh again what good would it do
Dm7 G7 C
For tears would fill my eyes
E7 A7 C7M
My heart would realize
Am5-/7 D7 Dm7 F/A G7 F/A: x03211
That our romance is through of: xx7565

C7M D#dim Dm7 G7 G4/7 G7 C7M C F C7M


I'll never love gain, I'm so in love with you.
C7M D#dim Dm7 G7 G4/7 G7 C7M C F C7M
I'll never thrill again to some-body new
F D7/9 CM7 Em A7
Within my heart, I know I will never start
Dm7 F/A G7sus4 G7 G7/13- C C9 F Fdim C
To smile again, until I smile at you
F D7/9 CM7 Em A7
Within my heart, I know I will never start
Dm7 F/A G7us4 G7 G7/13- C C9 F Fdim C
To smile again, until I smile at you
G7 G7/13- C
Until I smile at you
8. Call Me Irresponsible (Frank Sinatra/Dinah Washington/Nancy Wilson/
Sarah Vaughan/Helen Forest/Rosemary Clooney/Duke Ellington/Count Basie/
Bennie Goodman, instr.)

D D6 Cdim Em Em6 Fdim (Melody)


Call me irresponsible, call me unreliable,
DM7 D F#7 Am7 B7
Throw in undependable, too;
Em B+ A7 A9 A7 Am6 Cdim
Do my foolish al- i - bis bore you?
Bm7-5 E7 Bm7-5 E7 Em7 G/B A7sus4 A7 A7+5
Well, I'm not too clever — I just a-dore you.

D D6 Cdim Em Em6 Fdim


Call me unpredictable, tell me I'm impractical —
DM7 D F#7 Am7 C#m7-5 B7
Rain - bows I'm inclined to pursue.
Em B+ A7 A7sus4 A7 F#m B7
Call me ir-re-spon-si-ble -- yes, I'm unreliable,
Em7 A7sus4 A7 F#7 B7
But it's un – de - ni-a-bly true
Em9 Fdim Em7 Gdim A7 A7+5 D Em7 G/B A7sus4 A7
I'm ir - re - spon - sib - ly mad for you.
(last time:)
Em9 Fdim Em7 Gdim A7 A7+5 D D6 Dm6 G/B A7+5 D6
I'm ir - re - spon - sib - ly mad for you.
9. Don't Worry 'Bout Me (Billie Holiday/ Frank Sinatra, capo op 1/
Ella Fitzgerald/Etta Jones/Joni Mitchell/Julie London/Doris Day/
Annie Ross/Helen Forest & Artie Shaw, snellere versie/Lou Donaldson
(feat.: Grant Green/Stan Getz)

E7 Bm5-/7 E7 Fdim A7M


Don't worry 'bout me, I'll get along Dm6: xx0201
Bm7 Bm5-/7 E7 Fdim A6
Forget about me, be happy my love
D9 Dm6 D9 Dm6 Fdim
Let's say that our little show is over, and so the story ends
E7 Fdim A F7 Dm7 E7 Fdim E7
Why not call it a day the sensible way, and still be friends
E7 Fdim E7 Bm5-/7 E7 Fdim A7M
No, "Look out for your - self" should be the rule
A7 Em7 A7 G/B A7 Em7 A7
Give your heart and your love to whomever you love
A7/13- D D6 A
Oh, don't be a fool
D9 Dm6 Fdim A D9 A
Darling, why should you cling to some fading thing that used to be
Gdim Cdim D9 Bm5-/7 E7 Bm5-/7 E7 A
For if you can't forget, don't worry 'bout me
10. Then I'll Be Tired of You (Nat King Cole/Peggy Lee/Ethel Ennis/Lena
Horne/Ella Fitzgerald/Coleman Hawkins/John Coltrane, instr.)

D F#m A Bm G Edim A7 D F#m


I'll be tired of you when stars are tired of gleaming;
G A7sus4 A7 D6 B7 G6 G/B A7sus4 A
When I am tired of drea-ming, then I'll be tired of you.

D F#m A B7 G Edim A7 D F#m G


This I know is true: when winds are tired of blow - ing,
G/F# A7sus4 A7 D6 B7 G6 A7sus4 A7+5 D
When grass is tired of grow - ing, then I'll be tired of you.

D+5 Bb Eb6 Ebm6 (Bridge)


Be - yond the years, 'til day is night, 'til wrong is right, D+5: x5443x
Bb F7 Bb
'Til birds refuse to sing,
D+5 Bb Eb6 Ebm6
Beyond the years, the echo of my only love
F7 Bb A7
Will still be whispering, whispering. A7+5:

D F#m A B7 G Edim A7 D F#m G


And if my throb - bing heart should ever start re - peat - ing
G/F# A7sus4 A7 D6 B7 G6 A7sus4 A7+5 D
That it is tired of beat - ing, then I'll be tired of you.
11. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)(Ella Fitzgerald/Sarah
Vaughan/Julie London/Nina Simone/Susie Arioli/Oscar Peterson/
Johnny Smith, instr.)

D G7 D G7 D D7M B7
The poets say that all who love are blind B5+: xx4322
Em B5+ Em7 A7 D Cdim A7
But I'm in love, and I know what time it is
D G7 D G7 D D7M B7
The good book says, "Go seek and ye shall find"
Em B5+ Em7 A7 C7 B7 Em7 A7
Well, I have sought, and my, what a climb it is
Am7 D7 G7M Am
My life is like the weather, it changes with the hours
F# F#7 Am7 B7
When he's near, I'm fair and warmer
E7 Bb7 A7
When he's gone, I'm cloudy with showers
D G7 D G7 D G7 D G7
In emotion, like the ocean, it's either sink or swim
A7 Em F#7 Bm5-/7 E7/13 Em7 A7
When a woman loves a man like I love him
E7/13: 0x012x
(Melody:)

Edim D G D F#7 Bm7 E7 Bm5-/7 E9 E E7 Em7


Nev - er treats me sweet and gentle the way he should
A7 Em7 G B9 E7 A7 D Bm7 Em7 A7/9-
I got it bad and that ain't good
Edim D G D F#7 Bm7 E7 Bm5-/7 E9 E E7 Em7
My poor heart is sentimental, not made of wood
A7 Em7 G B9 E7 A7 D Gm7 Fdim D7
I got it bad and that ain't good
G G/F# Em Em7 Gm Gdim Edim
But when the weekend's over and Monday rolls around
D D7M F#m B7 Cdim Em B5+ Fdim A7
I end up like I start out, just cryin' my heart out
Edim D G D F#7 Bm7 E7 Bm5-/7 E9 E E7 Em7
He don't love me like I love him; nobody could
A7 Em7 G B9 E7 A7 D D7M E9
I've got it bad and that ain't good
G A7 Em7 G B9 E7 A7 D F#m Bm7 Gm7 D
I got it bad and that ain't good
12. Poinciana (Elizabeth Shepherd/Frank Sinatra/Nat King Cole/ /Ichiko Hashimoto)
A7 D7M D9 D D9 C9
Poinciana, your branches speak to me of love
C Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim D A7
Pale moon is casting shadows from above
A7 D7M D9 D D9 C9
Poinciana, somehow I feel the jungle heat
C Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim D
With-in me there grows a rhythmic savage beat

Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim D (bridge)


Love is ev'rywhere, its magic perfume fills the air
Bb9 E7 Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim E7 A7
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care
A7 D7M D9 D D9 C9
Poinciana, from now until the dawning day
C Bb9 Fdim Fdim D C
I'll learn to love forever, come what may
Interlude: C Bb9 Fdim D
Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim D
Love is ev'rywhere, its magic perfume fills the air
Bb9 E7 Bb9 Fdim (III) Fdim E7 A7
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care
A7 D7M D9 D D9 C9
Poinciana, from now until the dawning day
C Bb9 Fdim Fdim D C
I'll learn to love forever, come what may
Bb9 D6 D9 D D9 D6
Poinciana
13. Easy Street (Julie London/June Christy/ Elaine
Stritch/Duke Ellington/Sun Ra, instr.)
A F#m D9 E7 A A7 D9
Easy Street, I'd love to live on Easy Street.
Dm6 E7-9 A F#7
Nobody works on Easy Street --
D9 E7 A9 F#m
Just lie around all day,
D9 Bm7-5 E7-9 E7
Just sit and play the hor - ses.

A F#m D9 E7 A A7 D9
Life is sweet for folks who live on Easy Street
Dalt D6 Dm6 A F#7 Dalt: x5x576
No weekly payments you must meet
Dalt E7/9 A9
That makes your hair turn grey.

A A9 A7 D9 D D9 D (Bridge)
When op - por - tu - nity comes knock - in',
D9 Dm D9 Dm
You just keep on with your rock - in'
A9 A A9 A A7
'Cause you know your for - tune's made;
A A9 A7 D9 D D9 D
And if the sun makes you per - spire,
D9 Dm D9 - Dm
There's a man that you can hire
B7 Cdim B7 Cdim E7 E9 A E7-9
To plant trees so you can have shade.

A F#m D9 E7 A A7 D9
On Easy Street, I'm telling everyone I meet
Dm6 A F#7
If I could live on Easy Street
D9 E F#7 Edim F#7
I'd want no job today,
Gdim D9 E7/6 D9 Dm6 AM7
So please go 'way.
14. Wives And Lovers (N. Wilson.F. Sinatra/J.London/R.Reys &
O. Nelson/ Cécile McLorin Salvant/Marica Hariga/Wes
Montgomery /Grant Green/Thad Jones & Pepper Adams, instr.)
Em7 A7 G/B A7 (Red Halloway)
Hey, little girl, comb your hair, fix your makeup --
Em7 A7 G/B A7
Soon he will open the door.
F#m7 B7 F#m7 B7
Don't think because you've a ring on your finger
F#m7 B7 F#m7 B7
You needn't try anymore,

Bm7-5 E7 Bm7-5 E7
For wives should always be lovers, too;
C#m7-5 F#7 C#m7-5 F#7
Run to his arms the moment he comes home to you,
Bm7-5 FM7 E7 E7/9 G/B A7
I'm warn - ing you...

Em7 A7 G/B A7
Day after day, there are girls at the office,
Em7 A7 G/B A7
And men will always be men;
F#m7 B7 F#m7 B7
Don't send him off with your hair still in curlers --
F#m7 B7 F#m7 B7
You may not see him again.
Bm7-5 E7 Bm7-5 E7
For wives should always be lovers, too,
C#m7-5 F#7 C#m7-5 F#7
Run to his arms the moment he comes home to you;
Bm7-5 FM7 E7 E7/9 G/B A7
He's al - most here.

Em7 A7 G/B A7
Hey, little girl, better wear something pretty,
Em7 A7 G/B A7
Something you'd wear to go to the city,
F#m7 B7 F#m7 B7
And dim all the lights, pour the wine, start the music,
Em7 A7 D D6
Time to get ready for love,
Em7 A7 F#m7 B7
Time to get ready, time to get ready,
Em7 A7 D D6
Time to get ready for love.
15. I Want To Talk About You (Billy Eckstine/Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass/Nancy Wilson/ Kimiko
Kasai/Mary Stallings/John Coltrane/Jean Luc Ponty/Archie Shepp/J. Scofield/Melvin Sparks, instr.)
Dm7 CM7 G C7 C7/G C7/G: 3x231x
Don't tell me about a night in June,
F Dm Fm7 Bbm9 Bbm9: x13521
Or a shady lane beneath the velvet moon, of: 679666
C Cdim F Fdim G Gdim Edim F G7
Don't tell me, 'cause I wanna talk about you.

Dm7 CM7 G C7 C7/G


Don't mention that waterfall,
F Dm Fm7 Bbm9
Or that grassy spot where crickets call;
C Cdim F Fdim G C Dm7 Dm7-5 C
Don't tell me, 'cause I wanna talk about you.

Dm7 C7 Dm7 C7
The moon and the stars, the objects on mars,
F C7 F
Are things that we've talked of before;

Eb F Bb
But your love for me was the question,
F E7-9
Your answer threw back heaven's door.

Dm7 CM7 G C7 C7/G


So tell me, your love will be sincere,
F Dm Fm7 Bbm9
Then my darling, you needn't ever fear C7alt: xx2313
C Cdim F Fdim G Calt Dm7 Dm7-5 CM7
'Cause I love you and I wanna talk about you.
16. Summertime (Ella Fitzgerald, capo op 1/Billie
Holiday/Rita Reys/Sidney Bechet/Charlie Parker/
Sonny Rollins/Miles Davis/Art Blakey, instr.)
Intro: Am E7 (2x)
Am E7 Am
Summertime,
E7 Am E7 Am E7
And the livin' is easy
Dm Dm maj7 Dm7
Fish are jumpin'
E7
And the cotton is high

Am E7 Am
Oh, Your daddy's rich
E7 Am E7 Am E7
And your mamma's good lookin'
C Am
So hush little baby
Dm E7 Am E7 Am E7
Don't you cry

Am E7 Am
One of these mornings
E7 Am E7 Am E7
You're going to rise up singing
Dm Dmmaj7 Dm7
Then you'll spread your wings
E7
And you'll take to the sky

Am E7 Am
But until that morning
E7 Am E7 Am E7
There's a'nothing can harm you
C Am Dm E7 Am E7 Am E7
With your daddy and mammy standing by
17. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)(S. Kent /F. Sinatra
& Tommy Dorsey Orch./Stacey Kent/Brook Benton/S. Getz, instr.)
C G7 C G7 F (intro verse)
Romance is a game for fools I used to say a game
C D9 G7/9 C Eb7 Ab G7
I thought I never play
C G7 C
Romance is a game for fools
G7 G7/13- C
I said and grinned then
Am6 B7 Em
You passed by, and here
Em7 F#m7 B7 E B7 G7
I am throwing caution to the wind

Dm7 G7 C Am7 (Melody)


Fools rush in, where angels fear to tread and so
Dm7 G7 C
I come to you my love my heart above my head
F G7 C Am7
Though I see, the danger there
D5-/7 Am7 D7 Dm7 G
If there's a chance for me then I don't care
Dm7 G7 C
Fools rush in, where wise men never go
Am7 Dm7 G7 Bb5-/7 A7
But wise men never fall in love so how are they to know
Dm Fm6 C Am
When we met I felt my life begin
Dm G7 C Fm6 Ab Dm7
So open up your heart and let this fool rush in
Dm7 G7 C Am7
Fools rush in, where angels fear to tread and so
Dm7 G7 C
I come to you my love my heart above my head
F G7 C Am7
Though I see, the danger there
D5-/7 Am7 D7 Dm7 G
If there's a chance for me then I don't care
Dm7 G7 C
Fools rush in, where wise men never go
Am7 Dm7 G7 Bb5-/7 A7
But wise men never fall in love so how are they to know
Dm Fm6 C Am
When we met I felt my life begin
Dm G7 C Fm6 Ab7 Dm7
So open up your heart and let this fool rush in
17. Fools Rush In (Stacey Kent/Frank Sinatra &
Tommy Dorsey Orch./Rosemary Clooney/Doris
Day/Peggy Lee/Brook Benton/Stan Getz, instr.)

Dm7-5: xx0111

Dm7 G CM7 Am
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread,
Am7 Dm7 G7
And so I come to you, my love,
C Am7
My heart above my head;
F6 Dm7 G7 C C/B Am7
Though I see the danger there,
Am7/G Dm7-5 Am7 D7 Dm7 G
If there's a chance for me, then I don't care.

FM7 G CM7 Am
Fools rush in where wise men never go,
Am7 Dm7 G
But wise men never fall in love,
Bm7-5 E7
So how are they to know?
Dm7 Dm7-5 C C/B Am7
When we met, I felt my life begin,
Am7/G Dm7 G
So o - pen up your heart and let
Dm7 C Dm7-5 G#7 G
This fool rush in.

Last time:

Am7/G Dm7 G
So o - pen up your heart and let

Dm7 C Fdim(III) C alt


This fool rush in.
18. The Thrill Is Gone (Julie London/Margie Anderson/Sarah Vaughan/Chris Connor)
E E6 E EM7 F#m Bm7-5
I'm in your arms, and you are kissing me,
Em6 A9 Am7 B7 Cdim Esus4 E Bm7-5 B7 E Esus4: 022200
But there seems to be something miss - ing in your kissing.
E E6 E EM7 F#m Bm7-5
The love we knew is just a memory;
Cdim Am7 B7 Cdim B7
It's turned into a com - e - dy.

Em B+ A9 A7/9
The thrill is gone, the thrill is gone;
Am7 D9 D7+5 GM7 G6 F Am6 B7 Em D7+5: xx0312
I can see it in your eyes, I can hear it in your sighs,
Am6 Em6 C7 Am F#7 B7
Feel your touch and re - al - ize the thrill is gone.

Em B+ A9 A7/9
The nights are cold, for love is old.
Am7 D9 D7+5 GM7 G6
Love was grand when love was new -
F Am6 B7 Em
Birds were sing - ing, skies were blue.
Am6 Em6 C7 Am F#7 B7
Now I don't ap - peal to you -- the thrill is gone.

B7 G GM7 Em6 F#7 Em


This is the end, so why pre - tend

Am7 F7/9 F7 B7 B7 B+ Em CM7 F#7 B7 First Time


And let it lin - ger on? The thrill is gone.

Am7 F7/9 F7 B7 B7 B+ Em Am6 Em Em6 (Last Time)


And let it lin - ger on? The thrill is gone.
19. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry (C. McRae F.Sinatra/M. Vernon
S. Vaughan R. Clooney/D. Krall/Cannonball Adderley/D. Gordon,instr.)
A9 E7 D9 E7 (Intro Verse)
The torch I carry is handsome;
A9 E7 Em9 A7/9 A7
It's worth it's heartache in ransom.
A7/9 A7 Cdim D E
Now when that twilight steals, E7/13: 0x0120
Cdim E7/9 D9 E7/9 E7 E7/13 E7 D9 Dm6 A
I know how the lady in the har – bor feels.

C#m7 Cm7 Bm7 E7/9 E7


When I want rain, I get sun - ny weath - er
AM7 F#m7 D9 Dm6
I'm just as blue as the sky
AM7 F#7 DM7 Dm+7 Dm6
Since love is gone, can't pull my self to-geth - er
A D9 E7/13 A
Guess I'll hang my tears out to dry

C#m7 Cm7 Bm7 E7/9 E7


Friends ask me out, but I tell them I'm bus - y --
AM7 F#m7 D9 Dm6
Got to get a new al - i - bi
AM7 F#7 DM7 Dm+7 Dm6
I stay at home, and ask my - self "Where is she?"
A D9 E7/13 A
Guess I'll hang my tears out to dry

(Bridge)
Em7 G/B A7/9 A7 Em7 G/B A7/9 A7
Dry lit - tle tear drops, my lit - tle tear drops
DM7 D6 A7/9 D
Hang - ing on a stream of dreams
C#7 F#m7
Fly, little mem' - ries, my lit - tle mem' - ries
Bm9 F7 E7
Re - mind her of our cra - zy schemes

C#m7 Cm7 Bm7 E7/9 E7


Yes, some - bod - y said "Just forget a - bout her,"
AM7 F#m7 D9 Dm6
So I gave that treat - ment a try,
AM7 F#7 DM7 Dm+7 Dm6
And strangely e - nough, I got a-long with-out her--

A E7 A7sus4 AM7 C#m7-5 F#7 Fdim E7/9


Then one day she passed me right by -- oh, well,
E7 D9 Fdim E7/13 Bm7-5 A
I guess I'll hang my tears out to dry.
20. The best thing for you (Diana Krall/Nat King Cole
Rosemary Clooney/June Christy/Chet Baker/Stan Getz
/Art Farmer instr. )

Intro: C/E Dm7 C7M F6 Dm9 G7sus G7

C Dm7 C7M
Please let me say from the start
Fmaj7 G7 C
I don't pretend to be smart Gm6/Bb: x12030
G7sus G7 Gm6/Bb A7
I just suggest what I think best Am7/D: x55555
Am7/D D7 G7sus G7
Having your int' rest at heart Em/G: 322000
of: xx5453
B7 Em/G Edim7 Dm/F
I only want what's the best thing for you F/G: 3x321x
Dm7b5 C/G Dm7 F/G G7 C/E G7/D C
And the best thing for you would be me x55767
B7 Em/G Edim7 Dm/F
I've been convinced after think-ing it through
Dm7b5 C/G Dm7 F/G G7 C
That the best thing for you would be me

Ab Bbm/Ab Ab Db/Eb Eb7 Fm Bbm/Ab: xx6666


Ev'ry day to my self I say point
Dm7b5 C/E G7/D C
The way what will it be
B7 Em/G Edim7 Dm/F
I ask my self what's the Best thing for you
Dm7b5 C/G Am D7sus Fm6/Ab: 45353x
And myself and I seem to a - gree of: xx6768
Fm6/Ab C/G Dm7 F/G G7 C Ebdim Dm G7
That the Best thing for you would be me
(2e keer:)
Fm6/Ab C/G Dm7 F/G G7 C F C6/9
That the Best thing for you would be me
21. When I fall in love (Jim Hall feat.: Jane
Hall/Lena Horne /Julie London/ Helen Merrill/, capo
op 2/Etta James/ Nat King Cole, capo op 1 Coleman
Hawkins/ Nat King Cole Trio/J. Coltrane/Charlie
Parker, instr.))
C Fdim C Am7
When I fall in love,
C F G7 A7/5+: 5x566x
It will be forever
C C/B A7/5+ A7 Dm7 Fdim G7
Or I'll never fall in love.
C Fdim
In a restless world like this is,
C Gm A7
Love is ended before it's begun;
Dm7 A7/9-
And too many moonlight kisses
Dm Fdim G G7
Seem to cool in the warmth of the sun.

C Fdim C Am7
When I give my heart,
C F G7
It will be COMPLETELY,
C C/B A7/5+ A7 Dm7 Fdim G7
Or I'll never give my heart;
C C/B F
And the moment I can feel that
A7 Dm Dm7
You feel that way, too,
Fdim C Dm7 G7 C Cdim Dm7 G7
Is when I fall in love with you.

(instrumental: chords first two verses +)

Fdim C Dm7 G7 C Fdim(III)Fdim C


Is when I'll fall in love with you.
22. Pennies from heaven (F. Sinatra/S. Arioli/B. Holiday, capo op 2/L. Armstrong &
F. Langford & B. Crosby/S. Getz & O. Peterson/J. Raney/D. Brubeck Quartet, instr.)
G Bm A7sus4 A7
Ev'ry time it rains, it rains
C D7
Pennies from heaven.
G Bm A7sus4 A7
Don't you know each cloud contains
C D7
Pennies from heaven?
G7 C G+ C E7 G+: xx5443
You'll find your fortune falling all over town;
A7 D9 D7 D9 D7
Be sure that your umbrella is upside down.

G Bm A7sus4 A7
Trade them for a package of
C D7
Sunshine and flowers;
G Bm G9 G7/9 C
If you want the things you love,
C/B Am
You must have showers.
C C/B Am Em B+ C C9 Bm7-5 E7 B+: x2100x
So when you hear it thunder, don't run under a tree;
Bm7-5 A7 D7 G (Gdim D7)
There'll be pennies from heaven for you and me.
23. Never will I marry (Nancy Wilson feat.
Cannonball Adderley/Andrea Motis/Cécile
McLorin Salvant/Wes Montgomery, instr.)

Abmaj7 Gm7 Cm7


Never, never, will I marry
Fm7 Bb7 Ebmaj7 Ebmaj7
Never, never will I wed
Dbmaj7 Dm7b5 G7alt Abmaj7
Born to wander so - li - tary
Am7 D7 Gmaj7 Am7 D7 Gmaj7
Wide my world, nar-row my bed
Abmaj7 Gm7 Cm7
Never, never will I marry
Fm7 Bb7 Eb6
Born to wander 'til I'm dead

Abmaj7
No burdens to bear
Ebmaj7
No conscience, no care
Abmaj7
No memories to mourn
Gm7 Cm7
No turning, for I was
Dbmaj7 Dm7b5 G7alt Abmaj7
Born to wander so - li - tary
Am7 D7 Gmaj7 Am7 D7 Gmaj7
Wide my world, nar-row my bed
Abmaj7 Gm7 Cm7
Never, never will I marry
Fm7 Bb7 Eb6
Born to wander 'til I'm dead
1. Love nest(Nat King Cole, capo op 1/Chet Baker/Sonny
Stitt & Jack McDuff/Bud Shank & Bob Cooper/Marty Grosz,
instr.)
C G7 C G7 C G7 C
Many builders there have been since the world began
Em B7 Em B7 Em B7 Em
Palace cottage, mansion, inn, they have built for man
Dm C G7 A7
Some were small and some were tall, log or wide or low
Dm C G7 C
But the best one of them all Jack built long ago
Dm C D7 G7
'Twas built in by-gone days, yet millions sing its praise
C G7 C (refrein)
Just a Love Nest, cozy and warm
F C7 F
Like a dove nest down on a farm
G7 C A7
A veranda with some sort of clinging vine
Dm A7 Dm F G7
and a kitchen where some rambling roses twine
C G7 C
Then a small room, tea set of blue
F C7 F
Best of all room, dream room for two
G7 E7 A7
Better than a palace with a gilded dome
Dm G7 C
is a Love Nest - you can call home
C G7 C G7 C G7 C
Building houses still goes on - now as well as then
Em B7 Em B7 Em B7 Em
Ancient Jack and Jill are gone, yet return again
Dm C G7 A7
Ever Comes the question old shall we build for pride,
Dm C G7 C
Or should brick and mortar hold warmth and love inside?
Dm C D7 G7
The answer you may know, Jack solved it long ago