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Peg O' My Heart
Words by Alfred Bryan, Music by Fred Fisher - 1913
Number 1 on the Hit Parade in 1947, played for 20 weeks.
Cm7        F Cm7        F    F+ Bb -           Bbdim
Cm          Eb+ Cm7        F7 Bbmaj7    Bb6 Bbmaj7    Bb6
Cm7        F7 Cm7        F7 Bb -
Gm7        C7 Gm7        C7 F7       Bbm  C7 F            F7
Bb - C7 -
F7 - Bb       Gdim F7
Bb - C7 -
F7 - Bb -  (F7 to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
I grow tired of a song If it lin -gers too long, And ros -es I've plucked and thrown a way,
But still I -nev -er change my tune, When we are stroll -ing 'neath the moon,
Pret -ty Peg can't you see heav -en sent you to me, I need you much more than I can say,
I know I'm aim -ing high But a dream -er can try, So why can't I Just dream and sigh my love song!
Peg O' My Heart I love you, Don't let us part, I love you, I al -ways knew, It would be you,
Since I heard your lilt -ing laugh -ter, It's your I -rish heart I'm af -ter.
Peg O' My Heart, Your glanc -es make my heart say "How's chanc -es?"
Come, be my own Come, make your home in my heart.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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