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THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT chords and lyrics By FRANK SINATRA

THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT chords and lyrics By FRANK SINATRA

  VERSION 1  

Verse 1 :
A#maj7  Gm7  Cm7              F7
Some    day, when I'm awfully low,
Dm7               G7(b9)
When the world is cold,
Cm7           F7                A#maj7  Gm7
I will feel a glow just thinking of      you
Cm7             F7    A#maj7
And the way you look tonight.

Verse 2 :
           A#maj7  Gm7  Cm7                F7
Yes you're love  - ly,  with your smile so warm
Dm7                G7(b9)
And your cheeks so soft,
Cm7                  F7       A#maj7  Gm7
There is nothing for me but to love    you,
Cm7             F7    A#maj7
And the way you look tonight.

Bridge :
C#maj7    Ddim7     D#m7       G#7
With each word your tenderness grows,
Fm7       Edim7  D#m7  G#7
Tearing my fear apart...
Fm7     A#7(b5)    D#m7          G#7
And that laugh that wrinkles your nose,
C#maj7     C#dim7     Cm7    F7
It touches my foolish heart.

Verse 3 :
A#maj7  Gm7  Cm7            F7
Love  - ly, Never, ever change.
Dm7               G7(b9)
Keep that breathless charm.
Cm7              F7                  A#maj7  Gm7
Won't you please arrange it ? 'Cause I love you ...
Cm7             F7    A#maj7
Just the way you look tonight
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