Post Number: 759
|Posted on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 12:20 pm: |
I have a gig next week Monday where I have to play the nat king cole version of Let there be Love.
I can't find the chord charts for this anywhere nor on line that I can get in time for the gig.
I have a rehearsal tomorrow night.
if you have it on PDF or a scan of the music I'd be grateful if you could email it to me rather than post it here and clutter the forum.
Thanks in advance for your help. In the meantime I'm trying to work it from the cd.
ps. The time difference is, I'm 8 hours ahead of California in England.
Post Number: 1386
|Posted on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 3:02 pm: |
here you go buddie
just in case
Cm7 Em7 G/Bb
Let there be you, let there be me,
A7-9 Dm7-5 Fdim C9 Dm7 Em7
Let there be oysters, under the sea,
Cdim Dm7 Fdim C9 Cmaj7/6
Let there be wind, occasional rain,
Cdim Dm7 Fdim Cmaj7/6 Dm7 Fdim
Chili con carne, and sparkling champagne,
C9 Em7 C9 Gdim Dm7
Let there be birds to sing in the trees,
Dm7-5 Fdim C9 Gdim Dm7
Someone to bless me whenever I sneeze,
Fdim C9 Em7 A9 Em7 A7
Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove --
Fdim Dm7 Fdim C Bb9 Cmaj7/6
But first of all, please, let there be love.
Post Number: 761
|Posted on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 11:51 pm: |
thanks for that, I was looking for ages.
Post Number: 188
|Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 - 12:41 pm: |
Doncha just love those last minute scrambles for music? Went through the same thing for Bye Bye Birdie, and they STILL threw another at me which only got rehearsed once( had not heard that music before, nor have I heard it since).
I'm sure you'll nail that sucka, break a leg!