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If Ever I Would Leave You chords

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Intro: | F | F7 Dm | F7 - | Cm/Gb Cm7| F

Verse 1
If ever  I would leave you, 
                   Bbmaj9 Bb
it wouldn't be in sum -  mer
       Fdim    F7    
Seeing you in summer,
Gdim  F7  Bbdim  F7(b9) Bbmaj9  Bb6
 I   nev - er    would    go
 Dm  Bb7                Eb         
Your hair streaked with sunlight,
CM    F7         Bbmaj9
your lips red as flame,
Bb6               Cm7 G7    
 Your face with a lus-ter
Cm               Dm  Cm7   F7
  that puts gold to shame.

Verse 2
But if I'd ever leave you,
                   Bbmaj9 Bb
it couldn't be in autumn;
         Fdim    F7    
How I'd leave in autumn, 
Gdim F7  Bbdim F7(b9) Bbmaj9  Bb6
I   nev - er   will   know.
 Dm  Bb7           Eb    
I've seen how you sparkle     
CM    F7           Bbmaj9
when fall nips the air;
Bb6           Cm7 G7 
I know you in autumn         
Cm Cm7        F9  Bb
  and I must  be   there.

              D       Daug    D6       G      A7   D    Dmaj7  D6    
And could I leave you running merrily through the snow?
         F#     B      
Or on a wintry evening 
F#       Em7       A7      D     F7
when you catch the fire's glow?

Verse 3
If ever I would leave you,   
                   Bbmaj9 Bb
how could it be in springtime,
       Fdim     Cm7   F    
Knowing how in spring I'm  
Gdim  F7     Ebmaj7 Cm6  D7  Gm7
be - witched  by   you  so?
Dm  Bb7         Eb    Ebmaj7 Cm7   
Oh, no, not in spring-time,  
        Ebm         Bb 
summer, winter, or fall 
C9                  F9        
  No never could I leave you
Cm7  F9 Bb6  Cb6 Bb
     at    all.

Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner
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