I've Told Every Little StarWords & Music by Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II
Recorded by Linda Scott, 1961 (#3)
From the 1932 Broadway musical "Music In The Air"
Adapted from an arrangement by Reed Kotler*
G Em7 Am7 D7 I've told every little star Bm7-5 E7 Am7 F7 Just how sweet I think you are -- G G/F# Am7 D7 G G/F# Em7 Am7 D9 Why haven't I told you? G Em7 Am7 D7 I've told ripples in a brook, Bm7-5 E7 Am7 F7 Made my heart an open book -- G G/F# Am7 D7 G GM7 G7 Why haven't I told you? Bridge: C C/B Am7 Am7/G Dm7 G7 Friends ask me "Am I in love?" C C/B AM7 Am7/G Dm7 G7 I al - ways ans - wer "Yes." Bm7-5 E7 Might as well confess -- Am Am7 D7 D7+ If I don't, they guess. G Em7 Am7 D7 Maybe you may know it, too; Bm7-5 E7 Am7 F7 Oh, my darling, if you do, G G/F# Am7 D7 B7 E7 Why haven't you told me? G G/F# Am7 D7 G Gdim Am7 alt G Why haven't you told me?
*Kottler's web site (justjazz.com) is an excellent source of information on how to re-harmonize a song, branching out from its basic chords to provide more color. For a solo accoustic guitarist, it's a site I highly recommend.