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This Is My Song Chords

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This Is My Song:Petula Clark.
#1 in UK in 1967.

#1.
F                                              Gm
Why is my heart so light? Why are the stars so bright?
                  C              C7         F
Why is the sky so blue since the hour I met you?
F                                           Gm
Flowers are smiling bright, smiling for our delight,
                   C                 C7      F
smiling so tender..ly for the world, you and me.

#2.
  F                     Bb       C          C7      F
I know why the world is smiling, smiling so tender..ly,
D7                    Gm     C                  C7
it hears the same old story, through all etern..ity...

#3.
F                                Gm                  C  C7   
Love, this is my song, here is a song, a serenade to you,
    C7                                              F
the world cannot be wrong if in this world there is you.
  F                           Gm
I care not what the world may say,
    C                   C7    F
without your love there is no day.
F                                    Gm           C7     F
So, love, this is my song, here is a song, a serenade to you.


(ORCHESTRAL BREAK:)

OUTRO:
F                             Gm
I care not what the world may say,
    C                   C7    F
without your love there is no day.
F                                    Gm           C7     F
So, love, this is my song, here is a song, a serenade to you.


A Sixties smash from Kraziekhat.
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mvmystique wrote on May 22 2014, 03:55 pm

Love it, KK;
I remember Harry Secombe singing this in the early '50's and Petulia Clark probably 10 years later. Thanks a lot. Great Work.
JohnS.

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hughfuve wrote on March 1 2015, 07:02 am

Amazing that this was written by Charlie Chaplin, the legend of silent movies.

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