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Words and Music by Irving Berlin - 1919
C -            Cdim G7 C
- -            Cdim D7 G7
- C G7 C
-               F C            E7       Am D7 G7           C7
F - C A7
D7 G9          G7 C -              C7
F - C A7
D7 G9          G7 C            Cdim     G7 C             Am
D9          G7 C     (C7 to chorus) |
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Note that this song is in the key of C, the chorus starts on an F chord.
I was stroll -ing out one eve -ning. By the sil -v'ry moon,
I could hear some -bod -y sing -ing a fa -mil -iar tune.
So I stopped a while to lis -ten, not a word I want -ed to miss.
It was just some -bod -y ser -e -nad -ing, some -thing like this,
Man -dy, there's a min -is -ter hand -y.
And it sure would be dan -dy, if we'd let him make a fee.
So don't you lin -ger, here's the ring for your fin -ger.
Is -n't it a hum -din -ger? Come a -long and let the wed -ding chimes
bring hap -py times, for Man -dy and me.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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