"Love songs last because they are about feelings that don't change."-- Diana Krall
There is a song, All Or Nothing at All that was written in 1939 by Arthur Altman and the music by Jack Lawrence... do you know it?
Here's the chorus:
Am Am+7 Am7 Am6 Am#5 All or nothing at all; Am Am6 Am7 Bb9 Bb6 Bb+ Bb7 Half a love never appealed to me. Gm Em7-5 A7-9 Dm If your heart never could yield to me, G7 G7+5 Cmaj7 C6 Bm7 E7 Then I'd rather have nothing at all. Am Am+7 Am7 Am6 Am#5 All or nothing at all -- Am Am6 Am7 Bb9 Bb6 Bb+ Bb7 If it's love, there is no in-between. Gm Em7-5 A7-9 Dm Why begin, then cry for something that might have been? G7 G7+5 Cmaj7 Bbm7 Eb7 No, I'd rather have nothing at all. Bridge: Ab Ab+ Ab6 But please, don't bring your lips Ab+ Ab Ab+ Ab6 Ab+ So close to my cheek; Eb7 Ab Ab+ C# Ab Eb9 Eb+ Eb7 Don't smile or I'll be lost beyond recall. Bbm7 Eb7 The kiss in your eyes, Bbm7/F Eb7/Gb Bbm7 Eb7 Gm7-5 The touch of your hand makes me weak, C7 Fm C#7 C7 And my heart may grow dizzy and fall. Am Am+7 Am7 Am6 And if I fell under the spell of your call, Am Bb9 Bb6 Bb+ Bb7 I would be caught in the un - der - tow; Gm Em7-5 A7-9 Dm Dm+7 Dm7 So, you see, I've got to say no. Bm7-5 E7 Am Dm7-5 G7sus4 C C6 No, all or nothing at all.
So, when I play this song, here are the chords I am using:
Bb9 = BbAb/CD
Bbmaj7#5 = BF#/AD
Gm6 = E/GBbD
Eb7/G = G/DEbB
Bbm7 = Ab/DbFBb
Db9 = DbF/CbEbAb
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