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Call Me Darling chords – Ella Fitzgerald

 CALL ME DARLING - ELLA FITZGERALD
"Ella Swings Gently With Nelson"(1962)
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 C6 Eb7 AbM7 Db7 Dm7 G7 CM7 
Call me darling, call me sweetheart, call me dear
            F G7 CM7 
 Thrill me darling with the words I want to hear
         Em7b5 A7 Dm7 Bm7b5 E7 
In your dark eyes, so smiling a promise I see,
          Am7 D7 Dm7 G7 
But your two lips won't say you care for me

       Dm7 G7 CM7 
Oh my darling, if my daydreams would come true,
           Gm7 C7 FM7 
You would meet me at a secret rendezvous,
         Fm7 CM7 A7 
And I'd find the paradise that lies deep in your eyes
         D7 G7 AbM7 CM7 
Call me darling, call me sweetheart, call me dear.

Lets Face The Music And Dance chords – Ella Fitzgerald

 1. LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE
 Fm Bbm6 Fm DbM7 C7 Fm 
 There may be trouble ahead
                                 Bbm6 Bbo7 
But while there's moonlight and music
     FM7 F9 
And love and romance
 Bb7 A7 AbM7 G7 GbM7 F 
  Let's face the music and    dance
 Fm Cm Db7 C7 Fm 
 Before the fiddlers have fled
 C7 Db7 G9 
 Before they ask us to pay the bill
     C7 FM7 BbM7 
And while we still have the chance
                Bbm7 F Eb9 F 
Let's face the music and dance

 Ab Bbm7 Eb7 
 Soon we'll be without the moon
           Ab Gm7 C9 
Humming a different tune and then

 Fm 
 There may be teardrops to shed
 Fm6 Bbm7 Bbo7 
 So while there's moonlight and music
     FM7 F9 
And love and romance
 BbM7 Bbm7 G9 C7b9 
 Let's face the music and dance, dance
 F9 G7 C7 F 
 Let's face the music and dance

  [pno solo]
 Ab Ab Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Gm7 C9 Fm 
 There may be teardrops to shed
 Fm6 Bbm7 Bbo7 
 So while there's moonlight and music
     FM7 F9 
And love and romance
 BbM7 Bbm7 G9 C7b9 
 Let's face the music and dance, dance
 F/C G7 C7 F 
 Let's face the music and dance
                  G9 C7 
So while there's moonlight and music
     F D7 
And love and romance
 G7 C7 F 
 Let's face the music and dance

 F Am/E Eb7 Db9 C7 F

Youre Laughing At Me chords – Ella Fitzgerald

 YOU'RE LAUGHING AT ME - ELLA FITZGERALD
"Ella Swings Gently with Nelson"(1962)
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 Gm  GmM7  Gm9 Gm6 Eb9 F7 Cm7 F7 BbM7 Gm7 
I love you which is easy to see
                    Cm7 F7 
But I have to keep guessing
                    BbM7 Bb9 
How you feel about me
     EbM7 Eo7 Bb/F Go7 
You listen to the words that I speak
                     Cm7 F7b9 
But I feel that you listen with your 
               Bb  Bb+ Bb6 Bb+
Tongue in your cheek

 Bb6 Ebm7/Bb 
You're laughing at me
                 F7 
I can't be sentimental
     BbM7 Eo7 Bb Gm9 BbM7 
For you're laughing at me, I know
 DbM7 
I want to be romantic
But I haven't a chance
 FM7 Eo7 
You've gotta sense of humor
     Cm7 F7 
And humor is death to romance

 Bb6 
You're laughing at me
Why do you think it's funny
        Eo7 D7b9 
When I say that I love you so?
 Gm7 Fm7 Bb9 EbM7 Ebm7 Dm7 
 You've got me  worried and I'm all at sea
     Dbo7 C7 Bo7 Cm7 
For while I'm crying for you
 F7 Bb        
You're laughing at me

 [trb. solo]
 Cm7 F7 Bb6 Ebm7/Bb Bb F7 Bb Eo7 D7b9 Gm7 Fm7 Bb7 Eb Ebm7 Dm7 
 You've got me  worried and I'm all at sea
 Dbo7 C9 Bo7 Cm7 
For while I'm crying for you
 F7 Bb Ebm7 
You're laughing at me, laughing at me
 BbM9 
Laughing at me
 BbM9

Black Coffee chords – Ella Fitzgerald V2

 Intro
 C Gm C Gm  ...


Verse 1
     C Gm 
I'm feeling mighty lonesome
 C Gm 
Haven't slept a wink
   C Gm 
I walk the floor & watch the door
     C Gm 
And in between I drink
 F7 
Black coffee
 F7 C Dm Em Bb F 
Love's a hand-me-down brew
             Gm Dm9 
Well, I'll never know a Sunday
 F7 G C Gm C Gm 
In this weekday rule


Verse 2
    C Gm 
I'm talking to the shadows
    C Gm 
One o'clock to four
    C Gm 
And oh how slow the moments go
    C Gm 
When all I do is pour 
 F7 
Black coffee
 F7 C Dm Em Bb F 
Since the blues caught my eye
             Gm Dm9 
Well I'm hanging out on Monday
 F7 G C Gm C Gm 
My Sunday dreams to dry


Bridge
         F Cm 
Well, a man is born to go on lovin'
     Fm Ab C 
A woman's born to weep & fret
         Ab Fm 
To stay home & tend her lovin'
            Ab 
And drown her past regrets
         G 
In coffee & cigarettes


Verse 3: 
    C Gm 
Alone all the morning
    C Gm 
Mourning all the night
    C Gm 
And, in between, it's nicotine
    C Gm 
And not much heart to fight
 F7 
Black coffee
 F7 C Dm Em Bb F 
Feeling low as the ground
             Gm Dm9 
It's drivin' me crazy, this waiting for my baby
 F7 G C Gm C Gm 
To maybe come around


Bridge (Repeat):
         F Cm 
Well, a man is born to go on lovin'
     Fm Ab C 
A woman's born to weep & fret
         Ab Fm 
To stay home & tend her lovin'
            Ab 
And drown her past regrets
         G 
In coffee & cigarettes


Verse 3 (Repeat):
    C Gm 
Alone all the morning
    C Gm 
Mourning all the night
    C Gm 
And, in between, it's nicotine
    C Gm 
And not much heart to fight
 F7 
Black coffee
 F7 C Dm Em Bb F 
Feeling low as the ground
             Gm Dm9 
It's drivin' me crazy, this waiting for my baby
 F7 G C Gm C Gm 
To maybe come around


Outro:
 Am 
My nerves have gone to pieces
 Cdim7 
My hair is turning grey
 F7 
All I do is drink black coffee
 G7 Cm      
Since my man's gone away...


 C Gm C Gm    (instrumental, fade out)

Wreck Of The Edmond Fitzgerald chords – Gordon Lightfoot

 Asus2 Em 
The legend lives on from the chippewa on down 
       G D Asus2 
Of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee"
                             Em 
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead
           G D Asus2 
When the skies of November turn gloomy
                                    Em 
With a load of iron ore twenty-six thousand tons more 
          G D Asus2 
Than the Edmund Fitzgerald weighed empty.
                               Em  
That good ship and crew was a bone to be chewed 
            G D Asus2 
When the "Gales of November" came early. 

                               Em 
The ship was the pride of the American side 

       G D Asus2 
Coming back from some mill in Wisconsin
                                   Em 
As the big freighters go, it was bigger than most 
       G D Asus2 
With a crew and good captain well seasoned
                               Em 
Concluding some terms with a couple of steel firms 
            G D Asus2 
When they left fully loaded for Cleveland
                               Em 
And later that night when the ship's bell rang 
         G D Asus2 
Could it be the north wind they'd been feelin'?


                              Em 
The wind in the wires made a tattle-tale sound 
       G D Asus2 
And a wave broke over the railing
                            Em 
And every man knew, as the captain did too, 
            G D Asus2 
T'was the witch of November come stealin'.
                            Em 
The dawn came late and the breakfast had to wait 
         G D Asus2 
When the Gales of November came slashin'.
                            Em  
When afternoon came it was freezin' rain 
       G D Asus2 
In the face of a hurricane west wind.


                               Em 
When suppertime came, the old cook came on deck 
         G D Asus2 
Sayin’. "Fellas, it's too rough to feed ya."
                      Em 
At Seven P.M. a main hatchway caved in', 
         G D Asus2 
he said "Fellas, it's been good t'know ya"
                             Em 
The captain wired in he had water comin' in 
        G D Asus2 
and the good ship and crew was in peril.
                                Em 
And later that night when 'is lights went outta sight 
         G D Asus2 
Came the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.


                              Em 
Does any one know where the love of God goes 
         G D Asus2 
When the waves turn the minutes to hours?
                                  Em 
The searches all say they'd have made Whitefish Bay 
          G D Asus2 
If they'd put fifteen more miles behind her.
                                   Em 
They might have split up or they might have capsized; 
      G D Asus2 
They may have broke deep and took water.
                             Em  
And all that remains is the faces and the names 
       G D Asus2 
Of the wives

The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald chords – Gordon Lightfoot

 i did not tab this but it's an easy version use capo on 2nd fret or play as is 
depending on your prefferance 

 Asus2 Em 
The legend lives on from the chippewa on down 
       G D Asus2 
Of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee"
                             Em 
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead
           G D Asus2 
When the skies of November turn gloomy
                                    Em 
With a load of iron ore twenty-six thousand tons more 
          G D Asus2 
Than the Edmund Fitzgerald weighed empty.
                               Em  
That good ship and crew was a bone to be chewed 
            G D Asus2 
When the "Gales of November" came early. 

                               Em 
The ship was the pride of the American side 

       G D Asus2 
Coming back from some mill in Wisconsin
                                   Em 
As the big freighters go, it was bigger than most 
       G D Asus2 
With a crew and good captain well seasoned
                               Em 
Concluding some terms with a couple of steel firms 
            G D Asus2 
When they left fully loaded for Cleveland
                               Em 
And later that night when the ship's bell rang 
         G D Asus2 
Could it be the north wind they'd been feelin'?


                              Em 
The wind in the wires made a tattle-tale sound 
       G D Asus2 
And a wave broke over the railing
                            Em 
And every man knew, as the captain did too, 
            G D Asus2 
T'was the witch of November come stealin'.
                            Em 
The dawn came late and the breakfast had to wait 
         G D Asus2 
When the Gales of November came slashin'.
                            Em  
When afternoon came it was freezin' rain 
       G D Asus2 
In the face of a hurricane west wind.


                               Em 
When suppertime came, the old cook came on deck 
         G D Asus2 
Sayin’. "Fellas, it's too rough to feed ya."
                      Em 
At Seven P.M. a main hatchway caved in', 
         G D Asus2 
he said "Fellas, it's been good t'know ya"
                             Em 
The captain wired in he had water comin' in 
        G D Asus2 
and the good ship and crew was in peril.
                                Em 
And later that night when 'is lights went outta sight 
         G D Asus2 
Came the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.


                              Em 
Does any one know where the love of God goes 
         G D Asus2 
When the waves turn the minutes to hours?
                                  Em 
The searches all say they'd have made Whitefish Bay 
          G D Asus2 
If they'd put fifteen more miles behind her.
                                   Em 
They might have split up or they might have capsized; 
      G D Asus2 
They may have broke deep and took water.
                             Em  
And