This Is All I AskWords & Music by Gordon Jenkins
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1963 (#70)
Intro Verse: G7 C Edim Dm7 G7 As I approach the prime of my life, Dm7 G7 Cdim C I find I have the time of my life C/B F Fdim Learning to enjoy at my leisure Em B7 Edim All the simple pleasures, F G C E7 And so I hap - pi - ly concede A7 Cm7-5 A7 Dm7 Dm7-5 G7 This is all I ask, Dm7 G7 Fdim C Edim Dm7 This is all I need. G7 Am7 G/B C Am Edim Gdim Beau - ti - ful girls, walk a little slower Dm7 Fdim G7 C When you walk by me; G7 Am7 G/B C7 Lin - ger - ing sunsets, Dm Am Dm6 B7 CM7 Am7 B7 Stay a little longer with the lone - ly sea. Cdim B7 Em B+ Em7 Children everywhere, when you shoot at bad men, Em6 A7 Em7 A7 Shoot at me Am7 Am7-5 D7 Am7 D7 Take me to that strange, enchanted land Dm7 Am7 Em7-5 G7+ Grown-ups seldom un - ders - tand. G7 Am7 G/B C Am Edim Gdim Wan - der - ing rainbows, leave a bit of color Dm7 Fdim G7 C For my heart to own; G7 Am7 G/B C7 Dm Gdim Dm Stars in the sky, make my wish come true B7 C Cdim Am Before the night has flown, Asus4 Am FM7 E7-9 B7 Em C9 Am7 Edim And let the music play as long as there's a song to sing, A7 Dm7 Dm7-5 G7 Fdim C And I will stay younger than Spring.
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