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Words and Music by Irving Berlin - 1928
F C+ F             Cdim F              C7
F E7 A7 -
Am7 D7 Cdim Gm
G9 C7            C+ F Gb9          F7
Bb - - -              Gb9
F - - -              Db9
C7 - Gm C7
F C7 F F+            F7
Bb - - -              Gb9
F - - -              Db9
C7 - Gm C7
F -             C7 F -     (F7 to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
This song is in the key of F.
There's a gleam in your eyes,  Marie,
And the meaning is plain to see.
But you'll find romance is a game of chance,
That is not all it seems to be.
Marie, the dawn is breaking,
Marie, you'll soon be waking,
To find your heart is aching,
And tears will fall as you recall,
The moon in all its splendor,
The kiss so very tender,
The words will you surrender,
To me,  Marie.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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