You Do Something to Me

Words & Music by Cole Porter, 1929
Recorded by Doris Day, 1951

A   G#7  A     E7   D9  A6
You do some - thing to  me,

 A      Cdim      Edim     Cdim       Bm7-5   E7     
Some - thing that real - ly mys - ti - fies me,

Bm7  F#7 Bm7  Bm7-5    F#7
Tell me, why should it be

B7   D9      B7       Cdim      Bm7-5 E7
You have the pow'r to hyp - no - tize me?

 A Cdim E7   Bm7-5       F#7
Let me live 'neath your spell,

F7  Cm7-5     E7   Bm7-5     D9 Edim   E7    E7/6
You  do  that voo - doo that you do so well, for

A   G#7  A     E7    D9  F#7
You do some - thing  to  me 

     B7  Bm7-5     E7   Edim A
That no - bod - y else could do.

Modified from an arrangement sent to me by Mal Ginn.

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