Will You Still Be MineWords & Music by Tom Adair & Matt Dennis
Recorded by Connie Haines, 1941
Intro Verse: Dalt D Fdim A7 D6 Ever since my heart took such a tumble, GM7 G6 Bb9 A7 D9 I've wondered if your love for me would last; Bm F#7 E7-9 Fdim Am When landmarks fall, and in - sti - tu - tions crumble, A A7/9 Bb9 Fdim A Will it be just a mem'ry of the past? Melody: D F#m B7 Cdim Em7 A7 When lov - ers make no ren - dez - vous D F#m B7 Cdim Em7 A7 To stroll a - long Fifth Av - e - nue, Bm F#7 Cdim B7 F#m7 Bb9 When this fam - il - iar world is through, Em7 G/B Edim A7 D Will you still be mine? D F#m B7 Cdim Em7 A7 When cabs don't drive a - round the park, F# C#m7-5 F#7 Edim Bm No win - dows light the sum - ear dark, Bm F#7 Cdim F#7 B7 Fdim When love has lost its se - cret spark G/B Edim A7 D DM7 D7 Will you still be mine? Bridge: D7 Am7 D9 GM7 D7/9 GM7 G6 Edim When moon - light on the Hud - son's not ro - man - cy, D F#m Bm Bm7/E Bb9 Fdim A7/9 A7 And spring no long - er turns a young man's fan - cy, D F#m B7 Cdim Em7 A7 When glam - our girls have lost their charms, D F#m B7 Cdim Em7 A7 When si - rens just mean false a - larms, Bm F#7 Cdim F#m7 B7 Fdim When lov - ers heed no call to arms, G/B Edim A7 D Will you still be mine?
Suggested by recent visitor Paul Jensen. I wound up liking this one so much I did an extended chart (instrumental only) that will probably go on my album, if I ever get off my "bum" to get the doggone thing finished.