(I'm) Always True To You in My Fashion
by Cole Porter, from " Kiss Me Kate,"  1948

. . . . . .C . . . . . . . . . . F
1) If a custom tailored vet
  . . . . . . .C . . . . . . . . . . . Dm7
Asks me out for something wet
. . . . . . . . C . . . . . . . . C- . . . . . . . . .G7
When the vet begins to pet--I cry Hooray.

{chorus, after each verse, both forms 1 & 2}
. . . . . . C . . . Dm7 . . . . . .C- . . B- . . C . . . F
But I'm always true to you darlin' in my fashion
. . . . . . . C . . . Dm7 . . . . . .C- . . B- . . C . .F
Yes, I'm always true to you darlin' in my way.

1) I've been asked to have a meal
By a big tycoon in steel,
If the meal includes a deal, accept I may.

. . . . . . . . . . .F
2) There's an oil man known as Tex
. . . . . . .C
Who is keen to give me checks.
. . . . . . . F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-
And his checks, I fear, means that Tex is here
. . G7
to stay.

1) From Ohio Mister Thorn
Calls me up from night till morn
Mr Thorn once cornered corn and that ain't hay

1) From Milwaukee Mister Fritz
Often dines me at the Ritz
Mister Fritz invented schlitz and schlitz must pay

2) Mister Harris, plutocrat,
wants to give my cheek a pat
If the Harris pat means a Paris hat, pay, pay!

– Nice Work If You Can Get It –
m George Gershwin, w Ira Gershwin
from the film, A Damsel in Distress, 1937

A7 . . . A7+ . . . D . . Dbm.C
Holdin' hands at midnight
G9 . . . . . . . . . C.7
'Neath a starry sky
Am7 . . . . Dm7 . . . . . . . . C- . . . A7
That's nice work if you can get it
. . . . . . . . . . C- . G7 . . .C . . C7
And you can get it if you try

Strollin' with the one girl
Sighin' sigh after sigh
That's nice work if you can get it
And you can get it if you try

{bridge:}
Am7 . . . . . Cm67
Just imagine someone
Am7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . E
Waiting at the cottage door
Bb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A
When two hearts become one
B . . . C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B+
Who could ask for anything more?

Loving one who loves you
And then takin' that vow
That's nice work if you can get it
And if you get it . . .
C- . . . . . . G7 . . . C . . . C7
Won't you tell me how?
{repeat from bridge}
– Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing –
m Sammy Fain, w Paul Francis Webster,
not exactly from the 1955 movie

C . . . Cj . . . . . . . . . Em
Love . . . is a many splendored thing
. . . . . . .. F . . F6
It's . .the April rose
. . . . Fj . . Dm6 . . . . .Am
That only grows in the early spring
. . . . . Dm6 . . . . . . . . Dm7
Love is nature's way of giving
. . Dm6 . . . . . E7
A reason to be living
. . . .Am . . .Am7 . . . . B7 . . . . . . . . . E . . G7
The golden crown that makes a man a king

C . . . Cj . . . . . . . . . . Em
Once . . on a high and windy hill
. . . . . . . .F . . . . Fj
In . . the morning mist
. . . . F6 . . . Fj . . . . . . . . .Em7 . . . . . . A9
Two lovers kissed and the world stood still
. . . .  . . . Dm6
Then your fingers touched
. . . E7 . .E7/C . . . .A7+ . . A7 . . . D7 . Bb9
My silent heart and taught it how to sing
. . . . .C . Am .Dm7 . . . . . G7. . . . . . . C . Dm7 . G7
Yes, true love's . a many splendored thing
{repeat all, holding "sing," then more slowly and heroically:}
F- . . C . Am .Dm7 . . . . . G7. . . . . . . C . Dm7 . F- . C
Yes, true love's . a many splendored thing