With A Song In My HeartWords & Music by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers
Recorded by Doris Day, 1954, with Harry James**
From the movie "Spring Is Here," 1930
Intro Verse: E A C#m7-5 F#7 Though I know that we meet ev'ry night E D F#m B7 And we couldn't heve changed since the last time, Fdim A F#m D9 E7 A Edim D9 E To my joy and delight, it's a new kind of love at first sight. E A C#m7-5 F#7 Though it's you and it's I all the time, E D F#m B7 Ev'ry meeting's marvelous pastime. Fdim A F#m You're increasingly sweet, D9 E7 Fdim A Edim E Cdim So whenever we happen to meet I greet you Refrain: A Cdim E7 A F#m Edim E7-9 With a song in my heart, I behold your adorable face. A E7-9 F#m A Edim F#m C#7 Just a song at the start, but it soon is a hymn to your grace. Bm Bm7/E B7 Cdim Bm When the mu - sic swells, I'm touching you hand F#m D9 Fdim C#7 D9 It tells that you're stand - ing near, and A Cdim E7 A F#m D9 E7-9 At the sound of your voice, heaven opens his portals to me. F#m Bm7 C#7 F#m E7-9 F#m Bm7-5 Can I help but rejoice that a love such as ours came to be? F#m C#7 D A F#m B7 Yet I always knew I would live life through A Cdim D9 E7 A With a song in my heart for you.
*Requested by recent visitor Rick Stock.
**Though credited here to Day, her recording did not include the introductory verse, which I found as recorded by Lawrence Grey and Bernice Claire in the 1930 film "Spring Is Here."