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- My Melancholy
- Words by George
A. Norton, Music by Ernie Burnett - 1911
- Tommy Edwards
MGM single of the tune reached #15 in the US Music Vendor charts,
||- Ebdim G7
||- Ebdim G7
||C (repeat chorus)
- 16-beat intro. Play 8-beats
for each cell, reading from left to right.
- Note: This song
can be played with 4 or 8 beats per cell, your choice.
- Click here for a standard
fox-trot arrangement of 4-beats per cell.
Come sweet heart mine, don't sit and pine. Tell me of the
cares that make you feel so blue.
What have I done? An - swer me Hon', Have I ev -
er said an un - kind word to you?
My love is true, and just for you, I'd do al - most an
- y - thing at an - y time.
Dear when you sigh, or when you cry, some - thing seems to grip
this ver - y heart of mine.
- Come to me, My Mel - an
- chol - y Ba - by, Cud - dle up and don't be blue;
All your fears are fool - ish fan - cy, may - be, You know,
dear that I'm in love with you.
Ev - 'ry cloud must have a sil - ver lin - ing, Wait un
- til the sun shines through.
Smile my hon - ey dear, while I kiss a - way each tear, or else
I shall be mel - an - chol - y too.
- Listen to Jim
and the WineLand Band play "My Melancholy Baby" (YouTube)
- Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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