Some Sunday MorningWords & Music by Ted Hoehler, M.K. Jerome & Ray Heindorf
Recorded by Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes, 1945 (#9)
G Em D7 G G7 C Cdim C Some Sunday morning is going to be, Am7 D9 Am7 D7 G Gdim G Some Sunday morning for someone and me. G D9 G G7 C C/B A7 Bells will be chiming an old mel - o - dy, G Em D9 D7 C Am7 G 'Spec'ly for someone and me. D9 D7 G There'll be an organ playing, C Am7 G Friends and relations will stare, D9 D7 G Say, can't you hear 'em saying, C Am7 D7 "Gee, what a beautiful a pair!" G Em D7 G G7 C Cdim C Some Sunday morning we'll walk down the aisle, Am7 D9 Am7 D7 G Gdim G She'll be so nervous, and I'll try to smile, G D9 G G7 C C/B A7 Things sure look rosy for someone and me, G Em D9 D7 G Some Sunday morning, you'll see.