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Every Little Movement
Misic by Otto A. Hauerbach, Words by Karl L. Hoschna - 1910
 Verse:
C             Am Dm G7 C              G+
C             Am B7 Em             B7 Em
B7 Em B7 Em
B7 Em           C#dim G               D7 G
 Chorus:
C - G7 -
- - C -               C7
F - C -
G7 - C -     (repeat chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Verse:
No longer does the lithesome miss, Cavort in catchy waltz,
The two-step and the rag-time bliss, She found alas was false.
The schottische and the polka swing, She’s laid them all a way.
Aesthetic dancing is the thing that holds the “floor” today.
 
Chorus:
Ev’ry little movement has a meaning all its own,
Ev’ry thought and feeling by some posture can be shown,
And ev’ry love thought that comes a stealing o’er your being must be revealing,
All its sweetness in some appealing little gesture all, all its own.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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