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Harry Warrenmack Gordon - There Will Never Be Another You ukulele

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      Fmaj7                          E-7b5    A7
There will be many other nights like this,

    D-7                                C-7    F7
And I'll be standing here with someone new.

      Bb7           Eb9 
There will be other songs to sing

  Fmaj7         D-7  
Another fall, another spring,

    G7                          G-7    C7
But there will never be another you.

      Fmaj7                          E-7b9    A7
There will be other lips that I will kiss,

    D-7                                     C-7  F7
But they won't thrill me like yours used to do.

     Bbmaj7        Eb9
Yes, I may dream a million dreams,

    Fmaj7             B-7    E7 
But how can they come true

   Fmaj7      E7    A-7  D7  G-7 C7 F    (C7)   
If there will never ever be another you?

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jeroni.bosch 10 Jun 30, 2014 07:40 AM

Almost perfect.
There is a problem with the minor chords. Apparently the '-' breaks up the chord not allowing the fingering of the chord to be displayed correcly. Only the major version of the chord can be seen.

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