There Will Never Be Another You

Words & Music:

Harry Warren & Mack Gordon (1942)


I need the chords for the intro to this song.


This is our last dance together,

Tonight soon will be long ago.

And in our moment of parting,

This is all I want you to know...


      CM7      C/B  Am7    Am7/G      Bm7-5   E7

There will be many other nights like this,

    Am7              D7                Gm9    C6

And I'll be standing here with someone new,

       FM7            Bb9

There will be other songs to sing,

  Cm7           Am7

Another fall, another spring,

     D9                          Dm7   G7

But there will never be another you.


There will be other lips that  I  may kiss,

But they won't thrill me like yours used to do.

Yes, I may dream a million dreams,

    Cmaj7   C/B        D6    B7

But how can they come true

    C6        F9    Em7  A7    Dm7 G6  C6  (G#7  G7)

If there will never ever be an-oth-er you?




C6        F9    Em7  A7    Dm7 G6  C6

If there will never ever be an-oth-er you?


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