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I Love You For Sentimental Reasons chords

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Nat King Cole - I love you for sentimental reasons

Ab7 (play an arpeggio)

       Db7                         Ab7
I love you for sentimental reasons
           B7            Ab7
I hope you do believe me
                  Db7    Ab7
I`ll give you my heart
        Db7                             B7
I love you and you alone were meant for me
                  Ab7           Db7
Please give your loving heart to me
     Ab7             Db7
And say we`ll never part

   Gb7                 Db7
I think of you every morning
Gb7                  Db7
Dream of you every night
Ab7                  Db7
Darling, I`m never lonely
Ab7                   Db7
Whenever you are in sight

       Db7                         Ab7
I love you for sentimental reasons
           B7            Ab7
I hope you do believe me
                  Db7    Ab7
I`ve given you my heart

I think there are a few melodic lines in the piano missing
I'm going to try it on piano, maybe I'll be able to hear the
correct voicings   ... But I think you can play it with the chords.
So have fun ;)

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Jazzman91 254 Mar 03, 2009 05:55 AM

Oh, sorry, the title is wrong... (How) can I change it?? And please rate the tab ;)

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Thatiswrong 10 Dec 11, 2010 12:30 PM

This is wildly inaccurate. I hope that you were listening to a very different version of this song.

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therogercooper 10 Sep 04, 2014 04:43 PM

Lack of accuracy. Clearly wrong. There is a complexity in the song, in all of its many iterations, which belies its easy, lilting manner when sung and played by the likes of Nat Cole and his band. It is a precious, and lovely example of the jazz-love songs typical of the American Songbook. I'm sorry, this just ain't it.

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