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A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square chords

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A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Manning Sherwin

Sung by Vera Lynn  (1940)

(Origianl Key)

[Intro]
Amaj7            Bm7                  C#m7   Bm7      Amaj7 
When true lovers meet in Mayfair,     so the legends tell,
Bm7        Amaj7 Bm7    E6        Amaj7       Dm7
Song birds sing, winter turns to spring.
 Amaj7         Bm7                  C#m7   Bm7         Amaj7 
Every winding street in Mayfair     falls beneath the spell,
 Bm7                       Ebdim         B7                      E  Eaug        
I know such enchantment can be,     cause it happened one evening to me.

[Verse]
      A       F#m7        C#m7      A7              D       Gdim        F#m7
That certain night,   the night we met,   there was magic abroad in the air.
            C#m7   Bm7    A     C#m7           A           F#m7    Bm7   E   A     A   F#m7    Bm7   E
There were angels dining at the Ritz,    and a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.

  A       F#m7    C#m7   A7              D       Gdim        F#m7
I may be right, I may be wrong, but I m perfectly willing to swear,
       C#m7   Bm7    A     C#m7               A           F#m7    Bm7   E   A     A   F#m7    Bm7   G#7     
That when you turned and smiled at me,      a nightingale sang in Berkeley  Square.
 
[Chorus]
C#              A#m7        Fm7     A#m7       Cm7     Fm7      A#m7    G#7
The moon that lingered over London town, poor puzzled moon, he wore a frown,
C#              A#m7        Fm7     A#m7       Cm7        Fm7           Bm    E
How could he know we two were so in  love, the whole darn world seemed upside down.

      A       F#m7        C#m7      A7             D       Gdim        F#m7  
The streets of town were paved with stars, it was such a romantic affair,
    C#m7   Bm7        A       C#m7        A           F#m7    Bm7   E   A      F#m7    Bm7   G#7 
And as we kissed and said goodnight,    a nightingale sang in Berkeley  Square.

[Instrumental Interlude]
(Chords as per Chorus)
 
     A       F#m7      C#m7   A7             D           Gdim     F#m7 
Our homeward step was just as light, as the tap dancing feet of Astaire,
     C#m7   Bm7   A    C#m7        A           F#m7    Bm7   E   A      F#m7    Bm7   G#7      
And like an echo, far away,      a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.
 
Bm7           E      A F#m7    Bm7                    E7          A 
I  know cause I was there; (Slowing) that night  in   Berkeley    Square.   

            
            
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