When Somebody Thinks You're WonderfulWords & Music by Harry Woods
Recorded by Fats Waller, 1935**
D F#m Cdim(IV) C#7 When somebody thinks you're wonderful D F#m B7 What a difference in your day E7/9 E7 G/B Em7 E7/9 E7 G/B Em7 A7/6 Seems as though your troub - les dis - ap - pear E7/9 G/B A7/6 A7 D Fdim A7 Like a fea - ther in your way D F#m Cdim(IV) C#7 When somebody thinks you're wonderful D F#m B7 Tells you with a smile so sweet E7/9 E7 G/B Em7 E7/9 E7 G/B Em7 A7/6 What are lit - tle stones you're step - pin' on E7/9 G/B Em7 A7/6 A7 D Just a mea - dow 'neath your feet Bridge: A7 Em7 A7 G D Bm7 And how you meet the morning D A7 Em7 A7 G D You gai - ly swing a - long Cdim B7 Em At night you may be weary B7 E7 G/B A7 Em7 A7 But your heart still sings a song D Cdim(IV) C#7 When somebody thinks you're wonderful D F#m B7 Love is mighty close to you E7/9 E7 G/B Em7 E7/9 E7 A7/6 A7 A7/6 Just an - oth - er thing more won - der - ful E7/9 G/B A7/6 A7 D Making all her dreams come true
*Requested by recent visitor Chad Daughtridge
**The 1935 date on this one is something of a guess; if anybody can give me definitive information (preferably with a source I can verify with) I would appreciate it.