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Almost Like Being In Love ukulele

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Almost Like Being In Love
Words & Music by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1943
From the Broadway show "Brigadoon"



       Bm7           E7
What a day this has been!

        A   AM7      F#m
What a rare mood I'm in!

          Bm7        Bm7-5  E7  A   AM7  A7/6   A7
Why, it's almost like being in love.


          Bm7           E7
There's a smile on my face

         A    AM7    F#m
For the whole human race —

         Bm7         Bm7-5  E7  A     A7
Why, it's almost like being in love.


Bridge:

       G#m7         C#7           F#  F#7
All the mu - sic of life seems to be

 F#m7                B7         E7
Like a bell that is ringing for me.


             Bm7         E7
And from the way that I feel

           A    AM7      F#m
When that bell starts to peel,

         Bm7        E7
I would swear I was falling,

         A   A7     F#m
I could swear I was falling,

     Bm7  Bm7/E    Bm7-5      E7  A
It's al - most like  be - ing in love.
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