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Three O'Clock In The Morning
Words by Dorthy Terriss, Music by Julian Robledo - 1922
C - - -
- -             Gdim G7 -
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- Cdim C G7
C - - -
- C+ F A7
Dm Cdim C -
D7 G7 C - (end after repeat)
Bm (chimes) Em (chimes) Am (chimes) D7 (chimes)
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D7 E7 A9 D9
D7 - G -
Bm (chimes) Em (chimes) Am (chimes) D7 (chimes)
- - G -
Em E7 Am -
A7 D6 G G7  (repeat chorus)
12-beat intro. with chimes.  Play 3-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
This song is in 3/4 waltz time.  Play Chorus, Chimes, Chorus.
It's three o'clock in the morn-ing,
We've danced the whole night thru,
And day-light soon will be dawn-ing,
Just one more waltz with you,
That mel-o-dy so en-tranc-ing,
Seems to be made for us two,
I could just keep right on danc-ing for-ev-er
Dear with you.
There goes the three o'clock chime,
Chim-ing,   rhym-ing,
My heart keeps beat-ing in time,
Sounds like an old sweet love tune,
Say that there soon will be a
Hon-ey moon.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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