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I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time
Words by Neville Fleeson, Music by Albert Von Tilzer - Copyright 1920
 Verse:
C -              G+ C G7+
C - G7 -
-                Cdim G7 -               Cdim G7
- D      G7    G+ C -              Edim
Bb7   Gm    Bb7 -      Gm   Bb7 Eb -
Fm Bb7          Bb+ Eb -
G D7   Bm   D7 G              Dm E7
Am7           D7 Am7         D7 G7            Dm7 G7
 Chorus:
C - Em -
F - C C6       C#dim   G7
G7           Gdim G7  Dm  Ddim C     Cmaj  Ebdim A7   Em   A7
D7   G7   Cdim  C#dim G7  Dm    G7
C - Em -
F - E Emaj7      E7
A7          Adim A7 D7        C#7 D7
Fm6         G7 D7         G7  -      (G7 to chorus)
12-beat intro.  Play 3-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
This song is in 3/4 waltz time.
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Verse:
I'm writ -ing you dear, just to tell you,
In Sep -tem -ber, You re -mem -ber,
'Neath the old ap -ple tree, You whis -pered to me,
When it blos -somed a -gain, you'd be mine.
I've wait -ed un -til I could claim you,
I hope I've not wait -ed in vain,
For when it's spring in the val -ley,
I'm com -ing, my sweet -heart a -gain.
 
Chorus:
I'll Be With You In Ap -ple Blos -som Time,
I'll be with you to change your name to mine,
One day in May, I'll come and say,
"Hap -py the bride the sun shines on to day."
What a won -der -ful wed -ding there will be,
What a won -der -ful day for you and me,
Church bells will chime, You will be mine,
In ap -ple blos -som time.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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