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Words & Music by Sam Messenheimer, Irving Abrahamson, Ray West - 1926
F - C7 -
- Bb         C+ F         Cdim C7
F -                  Fm6 C A7
G7 -            F+ C7 -                  
F -     C7  Fdim  F D7 D+         D7
G7 -            Dm6 G7 -
C7 -  Fdim F#dim C7 Gm7      C7 -             C+
F - A7 -
D7 - - D+         D7
Gm - - Am        C7
F -     C7  Fdim  F D7 D+         D7
G7 C7 F (C7 to Chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Sweet -heart, I know that I a -dore you;
Love you more and more each day.
And when it's plain I live just for you,
Do you won -der that I say.
I -do -liz -ing you is all that
Seems worth while,
And by your side I'll lin -ger too be -cause of
Your dear smile.
I love the eyes that mean my hap -pi -ness,
I prize the lips I fond -ly press,
Why I -do -liz -ing you is all that
Seems worth while.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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