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That Sunday That Summer

Song Author George David Weiss og Joe Sherman Performer: Nat King Cole og 1963 (#12) Submitted by: Anonymous


AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
If I had to choose just one day
To last my [C#m7]whole l[Cm7]ife th[D9]rough,
AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
It would sure - ly be that Sun - day,
Dalt Dm7(IV) Gdim
The day that I met you.

Bridge:
Dalt D D6 BbM7alt Dm+7 Dm6
New - born whip - poor - wills were cal - ling from the hills;
AM7 D9 Bm7-5 AM7
Sum - mer was a - com - ing in but fast.
Dalt D D6 BbM7alt Dm+7 Dm6
Lots of daf - fo - dils were show - ing off their skills,
[Am7]Nod - ding all to - [F#m]geth - er,
I could [Am7]al - most hear them [F#m]whis - per,
AM7 F#m Dm7(IV) C#m7 D Fdim
"Go on, kiss her, go on and kiss her."

AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
If I had to choose one mo - ment
To live with -[C#m7] in      [Cm7]my h    [D9]eart,
AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 AM7/9 AM7
It would be that ten - der mo - ment
Re - c[A]al - ling [A(v)]how      [G#7]we     [C#m7]star - t[D]ed;  
Dalt D Dm6 C#m7 AM7 F#7
Darling, it would be when you smiled at me
D D6 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
That way, that Sun - day, that sum - mer.

AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
If I had to choose just one day
To last my whole life through,
AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
It would sure - ly be that Sun - day,
Dalt Dm7(IV) Gdim
The day that I met you.

Bridge:
Dalt D D6 BbM7alt Dm+7 Dm6
New - born whip - poor - wills were cal - ling from the hills;
AM7 D9 Bm7-5 AM7
Sum - mer was a - com - ing in but fast.
Dalt D D6 BbM7alt Dm+7 Dm6
Lots of daf - fo - dils were show - ing off their skills,
Nod - ding all to - geth - er,
I could al - most hear them whis - per,
AM7 F#m Dm7(IV) C#m7 D Fdim
"Go on, kiss her, go on and kiss her."

AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
If I had to choose one mo - ment
To live with - in my heart,
AM7 C#m7 D9 Dm6 AM7/9 AM7
It would be that ten - der mo - ment
Re - cal - ling [A(V)]how we star - ted;
Dalt D Dm6 C#m7 AM7 F#7
Darling, it would be when you smiled at me
D D6 Dm6 E7 AM7/9 AM7
That way, that Sun - day, that sum - mer.

Chords

  • C#m7
  • Cm7
  • D9
  • Am7
  • F#m
  • A
  • G#7
  • D

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