Stompin' At The SavoyWords & Music by Benny Goodman, Edgar Samson, Andy Razaf & Chick Webb
Recorded by The Ink Spots*, 1936
Intro: | G Gdim | D B7 | Em7 A7 | D - (to verse) | A7/6 Dalt Em7 Fdim D6 Sav - oy, the home of sweet ro - mance, A7 DM7 Em7 Fdim D6 Sav - oy, it wins you with a glance, Fdim(III) A7 Em7 G/B A7 Edim D6 Cdim Em7 - G/B A7 Sav - oy, gives happy feet a chance to dance. A7/6 Dalt Em7 Fdim D6 Your form just like a cling - ing vine, A7 DM7 Em7 Fdim D6 Your lips so warm and sweet as wine, Fdim(III) A7 Em7 G/B A7 Edim D Gdim D D9 Your cheek so soft and close to mine, di - vine. Bridge: G7 G#7 G7 C Gm7 C9 C How my heart is singing, while the band is swing - ing, F7 F#7 F7 Bb A7 Never tired of romping, and stomping with you at the Savoy. A7/6 Dalt Em7 Fdim D6 What joy! A perfect hol - i - day, A7 DM7 Em7 Fdim D6 Sav - oy, where we can glide and sway, Fdim(III) Em7 G/B A7 Sav - oy, let me stomp a - way A6/7/9 D G D D9 D D7 G Gdim D B7 Em7 G/B A7 A7/6 D With you.
* This version probably doesn't sound like anybody's recorded version, in part because I listened through so many in trying to figure out how to play it. I settled on The Ink Spots' version for credit purposes largely because so many of the others seem bent on setting unnecessary speed records.