Monday Music Quote: Diana Krall


 So much of what we do as artists is a combination of personal experience and imagination, and how that all creeps into your work is not so linear.
Diana Krall

Pick Yourself Up Lyrics

Nothings impossible I have found For when my chin is on the ground I pick myself up, dust myself off, start all over again Don't lose your confidence if you slip Be grateful for a pleasant trip And pick yourself up, dust yourself off and start all over again Work like a soul inspired till the battle of the day is won You may be sick and tired but you'll be a man my son Don't you remember the famous men who had to fall to rise again? They picked themselves up, dust themselves off and started all over again
 

Pick Yourself Up

Words & Music by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern
Recorded by Fred Astaire, 1936*
From the movie "Swing Time"


 Em7         A7     DM7       Bm7
Nothing's impossible I have found, 

   C#m7-5   F#7   Bm7-5      E7
For when my chin is on the ground, 

  A7sus4      A7   F#m7       B7    Em7      A7     D
I pick myself up, dust myself off, start all over again. 


Em7             A7         DM7     Bm7
Don't lose your confidence if you slip, 

   C#m7-5   F#7   Bm7-5     E7
Be grateful for a pleasant trip, 

   A7sus4         A7  F#m7           B7       Em7      A7     D
And pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again. 


Bridge:

E           A9      E              G     G/F#    Em7 B7  E
Work like a soul inspired 'til the battle of the day is won. 

G          C        G           A            E7      A   A7
You may be sick and tired, but stick til the job is done! 



Em7        A7         DM7    Bm7
Will you remember the famous men 

   C#m7-5  F#7     Bm7-5  E7
Who had to fall to rise again? 

 A7sus4       A7  F#m7           B7       Em7      A7     D
Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.


Repeat Bridge:

Em7        A7         DM7    Bm7
Will you remember the famous men 

   C#m7-5  F#7     Bm7-5  E7
Who had to fall to rise again? 

  A7sus4         A7   Em7  A7 Gdim          B7  Cdim   B7
So take a deep breath,        pick yourself up, 

A7sus4        A7    Em7      A7      D
Dust yourself off, start all over again. 

 

Have a wonderful day to day on my birthday! :) 
Thank you as always dear readers. 
"Jazz washes away the dust of every day life." -- Art Blakey
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