As Time Goes By

Song Author Herman Hupfield Lyrics by: Herman Hupfield Performer: Dooley Wilson Submitted by: Anonymous
You [Dm7]must remember[G7] this, a ki[Edim]ss is still a kis[Fdim]s.     
[C]A sigh is just a [Dm7]sigh; [Cdim]    [Calt]    
The f[D]undamental t[Am7]hings    [Cdim] ap - p[G7]ly,   
As [Dm7]time g[G7]oes    [C]by. [Edim]    [Dm7]    [G7]    

And w[Dm7]hen two lovers [G7]woo, they [Edim]still say I love [Fdim]you,     
On t[C]hat you can re[Dm7]ly; [Cdim]    [Calt]    
No [D]matter what the [Am7]fu -     [Cdim]ture b     [G7]rings
As t[Dm7]ime g    [G7]oes    [C]by [Fdim]    [C]    [C7]    

[F]Moonlight and love songs n[A7]ever [Bb7]out of [A7]date,
[Dm]Hearts full of [Dm+7]passion [Dm7]jealousy and [Cdim]hate,     
[Am]Woman needs[Am+7] man, and [Am7]man must[Cdim] have his [D]mate,
That[Dm7] no on[Edim]e can d[G7]eny.   

It's [Dm7]still the same old [G7]story, a [Edim]fight for love and [Fdim]glory,     
C CM7 CM7/6 CM7 Dm7 Cdim Calt
A case of do or die,
The [D]world will [Am7]always [G]wel - [Cdim]come l     [G7]overs [Cdim]    
As [Dm7]time g[G7]oes b[C]y. [Fdim]    [C]    
Last Time
As t[G]ime [Cdim]    [Dm7]    [G7]    [Fdim] goes     [C] by. [Fdim]    [C]    [G]    [Cm7/6]    

You must remember this, a kiss is still a kiss.
A sigh is just a sigh;
The fundamental things ap - ply,
As time goes by.

And when two lovers woo, they still say I love you,
On that you can rely;
No matter what the fu - ture brings
As time goes by

Moonlight and love songs never out of date,
Hearts full of passion jealousy and hate,
Woman needs man, and man must have his mate,
That no one can deny.

It's still the same old story, a fight for love and glory,
C CM7 CM7/6 CM7 Dm7 Cdim Calt
A case of do or die,
The world will always wel - come lovers
As time goes by.
Last Time
As time goes by.


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  • Edim
  • Fdim
  • C
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  • Calt: not exist
  • D
  • Am7
  • C7
  • F
  • A7
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  • Dm
  • Dmaug7: not exist
  • Am
  • Amaug7: not exist
  • G
  • Cm7/6

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