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The Last Time I Saw Paris

Song Author Oscar Hammerstein II og Jerome Kern Performer: Tony Martin Submitted by: kjartansverrisson


The l[D]ast time [A7]I saw P[D]aris,
Her h[D]eart was [Cdim]warm and g[A7]ay;   
I h[Em7]eard the l[A7]aughter [Gm]of her he[A7]art   
In [Em7]ev'ry st[A7]reet caf[D]é.  

The l[D]ast time [A7]I saw P[D]aris,
Her [D]trees were[Cdim] dressed for s[A7]pring,
And l[Em7]overs [A7]walked bene[Gm]ath those t[A7]rees   
And b[Em7]irds found s[A7]ongs to s[D]ing.

Bridge:
I [Bm7-5]dodged the [E7]same old[Bm7-5] taxi c      [E7]abs that[Bm7-5] I had d[E7]odged for y[A]ears;
The[C#m7-5] chorus        [F#7]of their s[B]queeky [G#m]horns was [Em7]music    [Fdim] to my e[A7]ars.   

The l[D]ast time [A7]I saw P[D]aris,
Her h[D]eart was [Cdim]warm and g[A7]ay;   
No [Em7]matter [A7]how they c[F#m]hange [Cdim]her,     
I'll re[Em7]member[Gdim] her that w[D6]ay.   

The last time I saw Paris,
Her heart was warm and gay;
I heard the laughter of her heart
In ev'ry street café.

The last time I saw Paris,
Her trees were dressed for spring,
And lovers walked beneath those trees
And birds found songs to sing.

Bridge:
I [Bm7-5]dodged the same old[Bm7-5] taxi cabs that[Bm7-5] I had dodged for years;
The[C#m7-5] chorus of their squeeky horns was music to my ears.

The last time I saw Paris,
Her heart was warm and gay;
No matter how they change her,
I'll remember her that way.

Chords

  • D
  • A7
  • Cdim
  • Em7
  • Gm
  • E7
  • A
  • F#7
  • B
  • G#m
  • Fdim
  • F#m
  • Gdim
  • D6

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