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This disc is compiled from the chord books of

Andy Maynard and Burt Butler, with their kind permission, and is
only to be used for the sole purpose of promoting and conserving
traditional jazz

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Intro
Bb7

NINETEEN NINETEEN MARCH

Bb7

Bb7

First theme x 2
Eb
Eb
Eb
Eb
Second theme x 2
- Bb7 - Bb7 Bb7 - - - Bb7 - Bb7 Bb7 - - Third theme
Ab
Eb7 Eo
Eb7
Eb7
Ab
Eb7 Eo
Db
Db
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Eb Ab

Bb7
Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb

Bb7
Bb

- Eb - Eb Eb - - Bb
- Eb - Eb Eb - - - Ab Ao
Ab
Ab
Ab
Ab

Ab 7
F7
Ab 7
Ab
2

Db
Bb7
Db
Bb7

Bb7
Bb

F7
F7

Bb7
Bb7

Bb
Eb

F7
Bb7

Bb7
Eb Eb7

Db
Bb7
Db
Eb7

Ab
Eb7
Ab
Ab

Ab
Eb7
Ab 7
Ab

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219 BLUES
F
C7

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Bb7
F
Bb7 C7 F Bb

F7
F

Bb7

Fo

F C7

F Fo

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BRK A BENCH IN THE PARK


Verse

Eb Bbo Fm Bb7
Eb G7
Ab Bb7 Eb Gm Ab Bb7
Eb Bbo Fm Bb7
Eb G7
Ab Bb7
Cm
F7
Fm
Fm7 Fm7Fm7BboF7 Bb7

Chorus

Eb
Bb7
Ebm
B7

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Bb7
Co
Bb7
B7

Eb
Bb7
Ebm
Eb

Bb7Eb7
Bb7
Bb7
F7

Ab
Eb
Eb7
Fm7

Eb7
G7 Cm7
Eb7
Fm7Bb7

Eb
Bb7

Ab
F7
Abm
Eb

F7 Bb7
Bb7

F7
Bb7
Abm
Eb

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A DIXIE ROADSIDE DINER


Eb
Eb
Dm
Eb

Ebm F
Ebm F
A7
Ebm F

Bb A7
Bb A7
A7
Bb A7

Bb
Bb
Dm
Bb

C m7
C m7
F
C m7

F7
F7
C7
F7

C7
C7 F7
C7
C7 F7

Gb7

F7 Bb
Bb
F Bb
Bb

Gb7 passing chord in between the C7 and the F7

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A FINE ROMANCE
(Jerome Kern | Dorothy Fields)

C
C
C
C

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Bbo
Co
Bbo
C7

D m6
D m7
D m6
F

Co
G7
Co
Co B7

Em7
A m7
Em7
A7
Em7
A m7
Em7 A7 Dm7G7

D m7
D7
D m7
C

G7
G7
G7
C

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A FOOL SUCH AS I
(Bob Miller | Bill Trader)

F
F
Bb
F

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A7
A7
Bb
A7

Bb
Bb
F
Bb

F
F
F
F

F
F
G7
F

F Bb
C7
G7
C7

G7
F
C7
F

C7
F
C7
F

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A GAL IN CALICO

Eb mj7
C m7
Fm7
Eb
Eo
Bb7
Eb mj7
C m7
Fm7
Eb
Bbm7Eb7 Abmj7

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Bb7
Ebmj7
C m7
Fm7 Bb7
Eb
G7 C7
Bb7
Ebmj7
C m7
F7 Bb7 Ebmj7 Cm7 Fm7 Bb7

Fm7
F7
Fm7
Ebmj7

Bb7
Fm7 Bb7
Bb7
Ebmj7

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A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

Blue Rhythm Kings version

Eddie Green - 1918

verse
Eb C7
F7
chorus
C7
C7
Eb

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F7
Bb
C7
C7
Eb

Bb7 EbBboBb7 Eb Gb7


C7 F7
Bb7
F7
F7
F7

F7
F7
Bb7

Bb

Bb7
Bb7
Eb D7 EbEboBb7
Eb
Eb

F7

Bb

Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb

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BRK A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

Intro 4 bars Alto + piano only


A (Chorus Alto)

C7
C7
C7
C7
EbEbC7F7 F7Bb7EbEb
B (Verse and Cornet)

Eb
Bb7

F7
Bb7

F7
F7
F7
Bb7
F7

F7
F7
Bb7

Bb7
Eb
Eb - - -

Bb7
Bb7
----

Eb - - Eb

---Eb

Eb Bb7
Bb7

Eb

Bb

F7

Bb7

F7
F7

F7
F7

Bb7
Eb

Bb7
Eb

Eb - - Bb7

---Bb7

Eb

Eb

Eb

Eb

C : as A (trombone and Clarinet)


D (piano up to double tempo)

C7
C7

C7
C7

b7

Eb

EB E

----

----

Eb

Eb

Eb

Bb7 Eb

[-------original tempo---------]

(tromb break)

[----------double temp---------------------------- ]

[ double tempo -----------------------------------------------------

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A HUNDRED YEARS FROM TODAY

Eb

From The Broadway musical "Blackbirds Of 1933"


(Victor Young | Ned Washington | Joseph Young)

verse
Fm7 Bb7
chorus
Eb Cm7
Eb Cm7
Bbm7Eb7
Eb Cm7
F9 Bb7

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Eb

Fm7Bb7 Gm7Cm7

Fm7Bb7 EbCm7 F9 Bb+


Fm7Bb7 EbCm7 F9 Bb+
Bbm7Eb7
Ab6
Ab6
Fm7Bb7 EbCm7 F9 Bb+
Eb

F9 D 7

EbCm7
EbCm7
Cm7 F7
EbCm7

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Gm

Cm7 F7 Bb7Bb+

Ab Abm
F9
FmBb+
Ab Abm F9 Bb7
Eb
Cm7 F7 Bb7 B9
Bb7
Ab Abm F9 Bb7
Eb9

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A KISS TO BUILD A DREAM ON

( Hammerstein II | Kalmar | Ruby)

C D m7
C D m7
Fm7Bb7
C D m7

Em7 Co
Em7 Co
Ebm7Eb6
Em7 Co

G7 Bbo
G7 Bbo
Fm7 Bb7
G7 Bbo

G7 Bbo
G7 Bbo
Ebm7 Eb6
G7 Bbo

C
C
Fm Bb7
C

C Co
C Co
Eb
C Co

G7 Go
G7 Go
Fm Bb7
G7 Go

G7 Go
G7 Go
Eb
G7 Go

Louis Armstrong

G7 Bbo Dm7 G7 C Am7 D7 G7


G7 Bbo Dm7 G7 C Fm
C
Dm7 G7
Cm
Am7 D7 Dm7 G7
G7 Bbo Dm7 G7 C Fm
G7 Go
G7 Go
Fm G7
G7 Go

G G7
G7
Cm
G7

C
C Dm
Am D7
C

D7 G7
C
Dm G7
C

Key of Bb
Bb
Bb Bbo F7 Fo
F7 Fo F7 Fo
Bb
Bb Bbo F7 Fo
F7 Fo F7 Fo
Ebm Ab7
Db
Ebm Ab7 Db Ebm F7
Bb
Bb Bbo F7 Fo
F7 Fo F7 Fo

F F7
F7
Bbm
F7

Bb
Bb Cm
Gm C7
Bb

C7 F7
Bb
Cm F7
Bb

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A LOVE SONG OF LONG AGO

Eb
Ab
Bbo
Abm

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Eb
Bb7 Ab
Ab
Eb
Bbo C7
Fm
Abm
Eb

Bb7
Eb
Fm
Eb

Cm
Bb7
Bbm
Bb7

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Cm
Bb7
C7
Bb7

G7 Cm
Eb
Fm
Eb

G7
Eb
Fm
Eb

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A SMOOTH ONE
Benny Goodman

Fo C7
Fo C7
Bb
Fo C7

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F Dm
F Dm
Fo
F Dm

Fo C7
Fo C7
F
Fo C7

F Dm
F Dm
F7
F Dm

1941

Fo C7
Fo C7
Bb
Fo C7

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F D7
F D7
Fo
F D7

G7 C7
G7 C7
F D7
G7 C7

Dm
F F7
G7 C7
F

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ACE IN THE HOLE


Verse
F
Gm D7
F
G7

Fo
Gm
Fo
C7

F
Gm D7
F
G7

Fo
G7
Fo
C7

F
G7
F
G7

D7
C7
D7
G7

Gm D7
C7
Gm D7
C7

Gm
C7
Gm
C7

Chorus
F
F
G7
F

F7
F7
C7
F7

Gm
Gm
G7
Gm

G7
G7
C7
G7

C7
C7
G7
C7

C7
C7
G7
C7

F
F
C7
F

F
F
C7
F

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Bb
Bb
Eb
Bb
Bb

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Bb
Ebm
Bb
Bb

ABIE MY BOY
C7
Bb
Bb
C7

C7
G7
Bb
C7

F7
C7
Bb.|.
F7

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F7
C7
Bb.|.
F7

Bb
F7
Bb.|.
Bb

Bb
.
Bb
Bb

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A MINERS DREAM OF HOME

Eb
Ab
Eb
Fm

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Eb
Cm
Ab
Ebo

Eb
Fm
Eb
Eb

Bb7
Cm
Eb7
Cm

Bb7
F7
Ab
Eb

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Bb7
F7
Ab
Bb7

Eb
Bb7
G7
Eb

Eb
Bb7
G7
Eb

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BRK A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY


Irving Berlin Lyrics: Irving Berlin Premiere: 1946

verse
F
Bb Bbo

F
F D7

C7
G7

chorus
G7
Cm7 F7
G7
E7

G7
Bb
G7
A7

C7
Bbm
C7
D7

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F
Gm C7
C7
F D7
C7
Gm

F
F

FFFDb7 Gm7 C7
F
FFFDb7 Gm7 C7 FBb9A9Ab9

Fmj7 F
Fm F
F
F
G7
G7
C7 Gm7 FBbA7Ab
Fmj7 F Cm7 F7 Bb D7
Gm
Gm Eb7 Gm7 C7
F
FBbA7Ab

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ABIDE WITH ME
EbGmG7 Cm Eb AbBbCmBb7
EbGmG7 Cm Eb AbC+C7

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Eb
Fm

EbAbEb
Ab Eb
FmBbEbF7 Bb
Bb7EbBb7 EbG7CmAb Eb Bb7 Eb

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ABSOLUTELY
Eb7
Eb7
Ab 7
Eb7

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Eb7
Eb7
Ab 7
Eb7

Ab
Ab
Db
Ab

Ab
Ab
Db
Ab

Eb7
Eb7
Bb7
Eb7

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Eb7
Eb7
Bb7
Eb7

Ab
Ab
Eb7
Ab

Ab
Ab
Eb7
Ab

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ACCENTTCHUATE THE POSITIVE


Harold Harland and Johnny Mercer 1944

F F5+
F F5+
F C5+
F F5

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F6 F7
F6 F7
F9
F6 F7

Bb Bbm Db7 C7
Bb Bbm Db7 C7
Bb C7
F C7
Bb Bbm Db7 C7

F F5+
F6 F7 Gm7 C7
F F5+
F6 F7 Gm7 C7
F F9 D9bG7C7F7 Db9
F F5+
F6 F7 Gm7 C7

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F
F
C9
F

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ACHIN HEARTED BLUES


Clarence Williams | Spencer Williams | Clarence Johnson 1922

First theme
Eb Bb+ Eb Bb+
Eb
Gm
D7
Gm Gbo

Eb7
Bb7

Ab

Ab

Eb

Eb

Second Theme
Eb
Ab
Bb7 Bbo
Bb7
Eb
Ab
Ab-3Ao-3-

Eb
Eb
Eb
Eb-3-

Eb7
Eb
Eb7
C7-3-

Ab
Gm
Ab
AbC7Fm

Ab
D7
Ab
Eb C7

Eb
Gm Gbo
G
F7 Bb7

Eb
Bb7
Bb7
Eb

Third Theme
Eb
Bb7
F7
Bb7

Eb
Eb Bb7

Eb7
Eb

Ab

Abm

Eb G7

Db 7 C7

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ACME BLUES
C
C

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C7
G7

F
F7

Co
C

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E7

Co

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ACROSS THE VALLEY FROM THE ALAMO

F
F
Bb
F

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F
F
F
F

F
F
Bb Bbm
F

F
F
F
F

C7
C7
A7
C7

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C7
C7
Dm G9
C7

Gm C7
Gm C7
G9
Gm C7

F6
F6
C7
F

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AFTERNOON IN PARIS
John Lewis 1949

C
C
D m7
C

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Cm7 F7
Cm7 F7
G9b
Cm7 F7

Bb
Bb
C
Bb

Bbm7 Eb7
Bbm7 Eb7
Am
Bbm7 Eb7

Ab
Ab
D m7
Ab

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Dm7 G7 C Am7 Dm7 G7


Dm7 G7
C
Am
G9b
C#m7 F#7 Dm7 D7
Dm7 G7
C
Dm7 G7

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AFTER I SAY IM SORRY


verse
F
Gm6

F#7
Gm6

F#7
C7

F6
C7

F6
G7

F6
G7

Gm
C

Gm
C+

chorus
F
F
F
Ao D7

F#7
Fo
F#7
A7 D7

Gm
Gm
Gm
Bb

Gm
C7
Gm
G7

Bbm
C7
Bbm
Gm7

Bbm C7
C7
Bbm C7
C7

F
F C7
F
F

F
F
F
F

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AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER


Words and Music by Charles. K. Harris - 1892
After the Ball sold over five million copies of sheet music, making it the biggest hit in Tin Pan Alleys long history

F
Gm
F
C7

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Bb
Gm
Bb
C7

F
D7
F
F

F
Gm
F
D7

F
C7
D7
G7

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F Fo
C7
D7
C7

C7
F
G7
F

C7
C7
G7
F

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AFTER YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT

F
F
F
Bb

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C7
C7
C7
Bbm

F
Dm
F
F

F
Dm
F
D7

G7
G7
G7
G7

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C7
G7
C7
C7

F
G7
F
Bb7

C7
C7
F7
F

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AFTER YOUVE GONE


Words and Music by Henry Creamer & J Turner Layton - 1918

verse
Bb
D
Bb
Bbo

Gm
A7 D
Gm
Bbo

C7
Gm D7
C7
Bb

F7
Gm
F7
Bb

Bb
C7
Bb7
C7

Gm
G7 C7
Bb7
F7

C7
F7
Eb
Bb

F7
F7
Eb
Bb7

chorus
Eb
C7
Eb
Cm
Bb

Eb
C7
Eb
G7
Bb

Ebm
F7
Ebm
Cm
F7

Ebm
F7
Ebm
Ebm
F7

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb

Bb
Bb
Bb
D7
Bb

G7
Bb7
G7
Gm
Bb

G7
Bb7
G7
Bbo
Bb

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AGRAVATIN PAPA

J Aussal Robinson

Roy Turk

Addy Britt

1922

intro
Eb C7

F7 Bb7

Eb

Eb Bb7

Eb

Bb7

Eb

Bb7

verse
Eb7
Bb

Eb7
F7

Ab
Bb C7

Eb
F7

Eb7
Bb

Eb7
F7

Eb Bb7
Cm7 F7

Eb
Bb7

chorus
Eb C7
Ab
Eb C7
Eb-3-

F7 Bb7
Eb Eb7
F7 Bb7
Eb7-3-

Eb
Ab
Eb
Ab-3-

Eb
Eb C7
Eb7
-2-Ebo

Eb C7
F7
Ab
Eb C7

F7 Bb7
F7
Ab
F7 Bb7

Eb
Bb7-3G D7
Eb

Eb7
--4-Bb7
Eb

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Lionel Newman

Ab Fm
Ab Fm
Db
Ab Fm

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Bbm7 Eb7 Cm7 Bo


Bbm7 Eb7 Cm7 Bo
E9 Eb7
Ab
Bbm7 Eb7 Cm7 Bo

AGAIN

Dorces Cochran

1918

Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Ao Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Fm Bbm7 Eb7


Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Ao Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Ab5+ Ab6 Ab7
Ebm7 Ab7
Db
E9
Bbm7 Eb7 Bbm7 Eb7
Bbm7 Eb7 Ab Ao Bbm7 Eb7
Ab
Ab

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AH LEU CHA
Charlie Parker 1948

Same as:

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I got Rhythm in F

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AINT CHA GLAD


Thomas Fats Waller

Bb Bo
Bb Fo
Dm
Bb Fo

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Cm7 F7 Cm7 F7
Cm7 F7 Cm7 F7
Bb7
A7
Cm7 F7 Cm7 F7

Andy Razaf

Cm7 F7
Bb7
Cm7 F7
Bb7
DmGm7 F Abo
Cm7 F7
Bb7

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1933

Eb
Eb
Gm7 C7
Eb

C7
C7 F7
F7
C7

F7
Bb A7
C7 F7
Bb

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AINT GONNA TELL


intro
Bb

G7

C7 F7

Bb

verse
Bb
Bb

F7
F7

Bb
Bb

F7
F7

Bb
Bb

Dm
Dm

A7
F C7

Dm F7
F F7

chorus
Bb
Bb

G7
G7

C7
C7

C7
C7

F7
Bb

F7
Bb F7

Bb
Bb

F7
Bb F7

t ag
Bb

G7

C7 F7

Bb

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BRK AINT THAT A GOOD AND GLORIOUS FEELING


Verse in key F
o

FFF F
FFFoF

Chorus

Co C7 C7C7CoC7
Co C7
C7 A7

FC7
FC7
A7
FC7

F
Dm

FFo
G7

C7
C7

C7
G7

FCoC7Fo
C7

F F7
F F7
A7
F F7

BbF7
BbF7
D7
BbF7

Bb Bb7
Bb Bb7
D7
Bb Bb7

F
F
G7
F

F
F D7
G7
F D7

G7
G7 C7
C7
G7 C7

C7
F
C7Fo
F (C7)

Ab
Ab

Eb7
Eb7

Eb7
C7

Ab
Fm

Ab Abo
Bb7

Eb7
Eb

Eb+
Bb7

Ab Eb7
Eb7Eb+

Ab
Ab
C7
Ab

Ab 7
Ab 7
C7
Ab 7

Db
Db
F7
Db

Db
Db
F7
Db

Ab
Ab
Bb7
Ab

Ab F7
Ab F7
Bb7
Ab F7

Bb7
Bb7Eb7
Bbm
Bb Eb7

Eb7
Ab
Eb7
Ab

Verse in key Ab

chorus

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Andy Razaf ,

verse
Eb B9
Eb B9

E
E

chorus
Eb
Eb
Cm
Eb

Bb7
Bb7
Ab 7
Bb7

Key C

C
C
Am
C

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G7
G7
F
G7

AINT MISBEHAVIN

E
E

Thomas Waller,

& Harry Brooks, 1929

E
E

Eb G7
C7
F7 Bb7
EbCmCm7 Am7 D7 GA7D7

Eb G7 Ab Abm
Eb G7 Ab Abm
F7
C7
Eb G7 Ab Abm
C E7
C E7
D7
C E7

F Fm
F Fm
A7
F Fm
36

Eb
Eb
Bb
Eb

Bb7
Bb7
F7
Bb7

C
C
G7
C

G7
G7
D7
G7

Eb
G Bb7

Eb Cm Fm Bb7
Eb Cm Eb G7
Bb
Bb
Eb Ab
Eb
C Am
C Am
G7
CF

Dm G7
C E7
G7
C

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AINT SHE SWEET

verse

Eb
Bb7

Words Jack Yellen & Music Milton Ager 1929

Bb7
Bb7

Eb
Eb

Eb
C7

Cm
Bb

G7
Gm

Cm
Cm7 F7

Cm
Bb7

Bb7
Bb7
Ab 7
Bb7

Eb Em6
Eb Em6
Eb
Eb B7

Bb7
Bb7
Eb7
Bb7

Eb G7
Eb G7
Ab 7
Eb G7

C7
C7
Ab 7
C7

F7 Bb7
Eb
F7 Bb7
Eb
Eb
Fm7Bb7
F7 Bb7
Eb

There she is! There she is! There's what keeps me up at night.
Oh, gee whiz! Oh, gee whiz! There's why I can't eat a bite.
Those flam -ing eyes! That flam -ing youth!
Oh, Mis -ter Oh, Sis -ter Tell me the truth;

chorus

Eb Em6
Eb Em6
Ab 7
Eb B7

Ain't She Sweet? See her com -ing down the street! Now I
ask you ver -y con -fi -den -tial -ly Ain't She Sweet?
Ain't she nice? Look her o -ver once or twice. Now I
ask you ver -y con fi --den -tial -ly Ain't she nice? Just cast an eye
in her di -rec -tion Oh, me! Oh, my! Ain't that per -fec -tion?
I re -peat, don't you think that's kind of neat? And I
ask you ver -y con -fi -den -tial -y Ain't She Sweet?
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AINT WE GOT FUN

Eb
Ab
Eb
Ab

R J B 2005-11-06

Go
Ao
Go
G7 Cm

Fm7 Fm7Bb7
Eb
Eb
Fm7 Fm7Bb7
Ab D7 Eb Ab

Bb7
Gm
Bb7
Eb

38

Bb7
Eb
Eb7
Am D7 Cm6 D7 Gm Bb7
Bb7
Eb
Eb7
F7
Bb7
Eb

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AI AI AI
Bb
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb
Bb

F7
F7

F7
F7

F7
F7

39

F7
C7 F7

Bb
Bb

Bb
Bb

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AIREGIN
intro
Fm
theme a
Fm

S. Rollins 1954

(Nigeria spelt backwards)

Gb

C7alt

Fm

F7

Bbm

F7alt

Bbm

Bbm

C7m
Ab7m

C#m7 F#7
C7

B7m

Cm7 F7

Bb7m

Bb7m

theme b
Bbm7 Eb7 Dm7 G7
Bbm7
Eb7
theme a
Fm

C7alt

Fm

F7

Bbm

F7alt

Bbm

Bbm

theme c
Bbm7

Eb7

Cm7b5

F7

Bbm7

Eb7

Ab

Ab

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Charlie Christian

C
C
Co
C

R J B 2005-11-06

C
C
Co
C

C
C
Co
C

AIR MAIL SPECIAL


Benny Goodman

C
C
Co
C

41

Jimmy Mundy

1941

C
C
Co Bo
C

C
C
Bbo
C

C
C
Ab 9
C

C
C
G9
C

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ALABAMA JUBILEE
verse

Words by Jack Yellen, Music by George L . Cobb

1915

Bb
Bb
Bb
C7

Bb
Bb
Bb
C7

Gb7
Gm
Gb7
F

Gb7
Gm
Gb7
F F#o

G7
F7
G7
Bb

G7
F7
G7
D7

G7
C m7
G7
Eb

G7
F7
G7
Bb

C7
Bb
Cm
C7

C7
Bb
Cm
F7

C7
C7
Bb
Bb
Cm G7 Cm Gb7
Bb
Bb

A7
G7
A7
E7

A7
D m7
A7
F

A7
G7
A7
C

D7
C
Dm
D7

D7
C
Dm
G7

D7
D7
C
C
Dm A7 Dm Ab7
C
C

chorus

Key of C

A7
G7
A7
C

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb Gm Cm7 F7
C7
C7
Bb Gm Cm7 F7
C7
C7

42

Bb Bo
F Eb
Bb
F7

F7
Dm F7
Bb
F7-3-

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ALABAMY BOUND
Words by Bud DeSylva and Bud Green, Musi c by Ray Henderson - 1925

Verse key of F

Dm
Bb7
C7 Eb7 Gm C7

Dm
F

Dm
F

Bb9
C7
Bb9
F C m6

Bb9
C7
Bb9
D7

Bb9
Dm
Bb9
G7

Bb9
Dm
Bb9
G7

G7
G7
G7
Gm7

G7
G7
G7
C7

G7
C7
G7
F

G7
C7
G7
F

C9
D7
C9
E7

C9
Em
C9
A7

C9
Em
C9
A7

A7
A7
A7
A m7

A7
A7
A7
D7

A7
D7
A7
G

A7
D7
A7
G

chorus

Key of G

C9
D7
C9
G D m6

R J B 2005-11-06

Em7 A7 Em7 A7
Dm
C7 Eb7 Gm C7 F Em7

43

Dm
A7

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ALBERT CARROLLS BLUES


verse
Gm C7
D7

Gm C7
D7

F
G Gm

F
Ab o

C7
C7

C7
C7

F
F

E7 Co
Co

chorus
C7
D7

C7
D7

F
Gm

F
Gm

C7
C7

C7
C7

F
F C7

Am F
F

R J B 2005-11-06

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ALCHOLIC BLUES

Eb
Bb7

R J B 2005-11-06

Eb
Bb7

Eb
Eb7
Eb Ab7 Bb7 Eb

Ab

45

Abm

Eb

Eb C7

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ALEXANDERS RAGTIME BAND

words next down

Words and Music by Irving Berlin - 1911

intro
F

F7

Bb

Fo

F D7

G7 C7

F G7

verse
C
C

C
C

F
F

G7
G7

C
C C7

C
F F#o

D7
C G7

G7
C C7

chorus
F
F
F
F

F
F
F
F7

G7 C7
Dm
G7 C7
Bb

F F7
Dm
F F7
Fo

Bb
C
Bb
F

Bb
G7
Bb
D7

Bb
C
Bb
Gm7 C7

Bb Fo
C7
Bb Fo
F

R J B 2005-11-06

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ALEXANDERS RAGTIME BAND


Verse:
Oh, ma hon -ey, Oh, ma hon -ey, Bet -ter hur -ry and let's me -an -der,Ain't
you go -in', Ain't you go -in', To the lead -er man rag -ged me -ter man?
Oh, ma hon -ey, Oh, ma hon -ey, Let me take you to Al -ex -an -der's
Grand stand, brass band, Ain't you com -in' a long?
Chorus:
Come on and hear, Come on and hear Al -ex -an -der's Rag -time Band,
Come on and hear, Come on and hear, It's the best band in the land,
They can play a bu-gle call like you nev-er heard be-fore, So nat-ur-al that
you want to go to war;
That's just the best-est band what am, hon-ey lamb,
Come on a long, Come on a long, Let me take you by the hand,
Up to the man, Up to the man, who's the lead-er of the band,
And if you care to hear the Swa-nee Riv-er played in rag-time,
Come on and hear, Come on and hear Al -ex -an -der's Rag -time Band.
R J B 2005-11-06

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ALGIERS STRUT
Music Thomas Valentine ( Kid Thomas or Kid Valentine) & Van Hulton 1946

F
Bb
F
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

F
Fo
F
Fo

C7
F
C7
F

C7
D7
C7
D7

Gm
G7
Gm
G7

48

C7
G7
C7
C7

F
C7
F
F

F7
C7
F7
F

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ALGIERS WALTZ
intro
F
F
Gm
F
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

Dm

D9

G7

C7

C7

F
Gm
F
Db 7

F
Gm
F
F

F
Gm
F
D9 D7

F
C7
F7
G7

F Fo
C+
F7 F+
C7

C7
F
Bb
F

C7
C7
Bb
F

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ALICE BLUE GOWN


Words by Joseph McCarthy, Music by Harry Tierney - 1919

C
G7
C
F

G+
G7 G+
G+
F#o

A7
C
A7
C

A7
A7
A7
A7

D7
D7
D m7
D m7

D7
D7
G7
G7

D7
G7
E7
C

D7
G+
E7
C

Bb
F7
Bb
Cm

Bb
F7 F+
Bb
Cm Co

G7
Bb
G7
Bb Fm

G7
G7
G7
G7

C7
C7
Cm
Cm

C7
C7
F7
F7

C7
F7
D7
Bb

C7
F7
D7
Bb

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ALLIGATOR CRAWL
1
2

Thomas Fats Waller 1927

C
C

C C7
Em B7
C C7
mod
C7
3
F Ab o
F Ab o

R J B 2005-11-06

C
C

Ab 7
Ab 7

D7 Fm6 C Am
Em B7 EmEm7
D7 Fm6 C Am

Ab 7
Ab 7

C Am
C Am

D7 G7
A7
D7 G7

C7

C7

C7

Gm7 C7
Gm7 C7

F Ab o
F Ab o

Gm7 C7
Gm7 C7

D7 G7
Dm7 G7

C
C G7

G7
C

C C7 D7 Fm6
Dm A7 Dm A7
C C7 D7 Fm6

C G7
Dm
C G7

C B7
G7
C

F C7
F C7

F C7
F

F F7
F F7

51

Bb Bbm
Bb Bbm

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intro
Bb
1

ALLIGATOR HOP
Bb

C7 F7

Bb-1-

F7
F7

C7 F7
C7 F7

Bb
Bb

Bb
Bb-1-

F7
--4--

F7
--4--

Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb-1-

Eb
--4--

Eb
--4--

Bb
C7 F7

Bb
Bb

F7-3Bb7-31-F7Bb7
Eb

t ag
- 1 Bb7 Eb - 1

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ALL ALONE BY THE TELEPHONE


Irvin Berlin 1924

F
Em7b5
F7
F

R J B 2005-11-06

F
A7
F7
F7

C7
Dm
Bb
Bb

C7
Dm
Bb
Bbm

F
A
G7
F Dm

53

C7
E7
G7
Gm7 C7

F
Am
C7
F

F
C7
C7
F

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ALL BY MYSELF I GET LONELY

Bb
Bb
Bb
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

G7
Bb
G7
Bbo

C7
A7
C7
Bb

C7
D7
C7
G7

F7
Gm
F7
C7

54

F7
C7
F7
F7

Bb
C m7
D7
Bb

Bb
F7
D7
Bb

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ALL BY YOURSELF IN THE MOONLIGHT


verse
F
chorus
F
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

F C7

C7

C7

G7

G7

C7
F

C7
G7

F
C7

F
F

C7
C7

C7
C7

F F7
F

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ALL I DO IS DREAM OF YOU


Nacio Herb Brown

Arthur Freed

verse
Cm

Fm6

Cm

Db 9

CmAm7

chorus
C
C7
C
C7

C C #o
C7
C C #o
C7

D m7
F
D m7
F

G7
Fm
G7
Fm

D m7
D7
D m7
C

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1934

G Bm

Am7 D7 Dm7 G7

G7
C
D7
G7
G7
C
C C#o Dm7 G7

C
G7
C
C

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ALL GODS CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM


Bronislav Kaper, Walter Jurman, Gus Kamn

Fm Dm
Bm7b5 E7
Fm Dm
Bm7b5 E7

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7 C7
A m7 D 7
Gm7 C7
A m7 D 7

A m7 D 7
Gm7 C7
A m7 D 7
Gm7 C7

1937

Gm7 C7 F Dm Gm7 C7 Am7b5


D7
F7m F6 Em7b5 A7
Dm
G7 Gm7 C7
Gm7 C7 F Dm Gm7 C7 Am7b5
D7
Eb7 D7
G7
C7
F
F

57

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ALL GO THE SAME WAY HOME

C G7
C G7

R J B 2005-11-06

C
C

G7
G7

G7
G7

C G7
C

58

C
CF

Em B7
C G7

Em G
C

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ALL MY LIFE
S. H. Stept

Eb7m
Eb7m
Gm
Eb7m

Gm7 C7
Fm
Gm7 C7
Fm
Am7 D7 GmGm Eb7D7
Gm7 C7
Fm

R J B 2005-11-06

Sidney Mitchell 1936

Abm6 Eb Fm
Abm6 Eb Fm
Gm D7 Gm
Abm6 Eb Fm

59

Gm7 C7
F7
Bb7
Gm7 C7 F7 Bb7 Eb D7
Am7 D7 Gm7 C7 F7 Bb7
Gm7 C7 F7 Bb7
Eb

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ALL OF YOU
Cole Porter 1954

Abm
Eb
Abm
Ab

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Eb
Gbo
Eb
D9b

Abm6
Fm7
Abm6
G7

Bb7
Bb7
Bb7
C7

Abm
Eb
Eb Db7
C7
Abm
Eb
Fm C7 Fm7 Bb7

60

Fm7
Fm7
Gm7
Eb

Bb7
Bb7
C7
Eb

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ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL


Arthur Altman

Jack Lawrence

1940

Am
Gm

A m7m
Gm6

A m7
Dm

A m6
Dm

Am5+
D m7

Am
G7

Bb9
C

Bb9
Bbm7 E7

Am
Gm

A m7m
Gm6

A m7
Dm

A m6
Dm

Am5+
D m7

Am
G7

Bb9
C

Bb9
Eb7

Ab Ab5+ Ab6 Ab5+ Ab Ab5+ Ab6 Ab5+ Ab Ab5+ Ab6 Ab


Bbm7 Eb7 Bbm7 Eb7 Bbm7 Eb7 Db6 C7 Fm Fm7 Db7

Eb7
C7

Eb7
E7

A m7m
A m7
A m6
Am5+
Am
Gm6 Dm Dm7 Bm7b5 E7 Am Am7 F#m7 Fm6

Bb9
C

Bb9
C

Am
Gm

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ALL TO SOON
Duke Ellington

C Am7 Dm7 G9b


C Am7 Dm7 G9b
C Db9
C9
C Am7 Dm7 G9b

R J B 2005-11-06

Carl Sigman

C7m C9b F7m Dm7


C7m C9b F7m Dm7
Gm7 C7
F
C7m C9b F7m Dm7

1940

C Am7 Dm7 G7 C Am7 Dm7 G7


C Am7 Dm7 G7
CF
C
E7 Bb7
A75+
D7
G75+
C Am7 Dm7 G7
CF
C

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ALL THAT AND NO POTATOES


Thomas Fats Waller

Ed Kiakeby

1941

Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7


Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7
Eb7
Eb7
Ab
Ab
F7
F7
Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7 Eb Eb7 Ab Bb7

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Eb Ab
Eb Ab
Bb7
Eb Ab

Bb7 Eb
Bb7 Eb
Bb7
Bb7 Eb

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ALL THE NICE GIRLS

C7
D7
C7
D7

R J B 2005-11-06

C7
D7
C7
D7

Gm C7
G7
C7
G7

C7
G7
C7
G7

F
G7
F
C

64

Fo
G7
Fo
C

F
C
F
F

F
C
F
C

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ALL THE WAY

Fmj7
Bbmj7
Fmj7
Bbmj7
Gm7C7

R J B 2005-11-06

Van Heusen / Cahn 1957

Em7(b5)A7 Dm7
G9
C7C7BbD
C7 Gm7 Em7(b5)A7 Dm7G7Cm7F7 Bbmj7
Em7(b5)A7 Dm7
G9
C7C7BbD
C7 Gm7 Em A7
Dm Eb7
Fmj7
F

65

D#oC7 Fm7 Cm7 F7


C7 A7 Dm7 Bbm7 Eb7
D#oC7 Fm7 Cm7 F7
A7 D7 Bbm7C9 Em7(b5)D7

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ALL MY LOVING

Gm
Gm
Gm
Gm
Dm

R J B 2005-11-06

C7
C7
C7
C7
A+

F
F
F
F
F

Dm
Dm
Dm
Dm
F

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb
Dm

66

Gm
C7
Gm
C7
A+

Eb
F
Eb
F
F

Eb
F
Eb
F
F

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ALL OF ME

Words and Music by Seymour Simons & Gerald Marks - Copyright 1931 by Irving Berlin Inc

Verse

Bb Fo
C7 F7

Verse:

Chorus

F7
Bb Bbo
Bb Bbo Cm F7

F7
Bb Bbm
F#7 F7

F Dm

Gm C7

F7 C7

You took my kiss -es and you took my love, You taught me how to care;
Am I to be just the rem -nant of a one -sid -ed love af -fair?
All you took, I glad -ly gave, There's noth -ing left for me to save.

Bb
D7
Bb
Eb

Chorus:

Key Bb

Bb
D7
Bb
Ebm

D7
Gm D7
D7
Bb

D7
Gm
D7
G7

G7
C7
G7
Ebm

G7
C7
G7
F7

Cm G7
F7
Cm G7
Bb

Cm
F7
Cm
Bb

All of me why not take all of me,


Can't you see I'm no good with -out you
Take my lips I want to lose them,
Take my arms I'll nev -er use them,
Your good -bye left me with eyes that cry, How can I go on dear with -out you.
You took the part that once was my heart, So why not take all of me.

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ALL THAT THRILLS MY SOUL

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb7
Bb7
D7 Gm
Bb7

Eb
Eb
D7
Eb

Eb
Eb
Eb
Eb

F7
F7
C7
F7

68

F7
F7
C7
F7

Bb
Bb
F
Bb

Bb
Bb
F
Bb

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ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL


Music 17th cent. English Melody

Words Cecil F Alexander pub. 1848


Refrain

CF

G7 D7

G7

CF

C G7

Am

F#m

D7

G7

F Bb

C7 G7

C7

F Bb

F C7

Dm

Bm

G7

C 7F

Bb Eb

Bb

F7 C7

F7

Bb Eb

Bb

Bb F7

Bb

Gm

Em

C7

F7

verse

Refrain
verse

Refrain
verse

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ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT


Cole Porter - C. P.

F
G75+
F
E(7m)
Fm
Dbm6
F
F6

R J B 2005-11-06

Em7 A7
G7
Em7 A7
E(7m)
Fm
Eb9b
Em7 A7
D7

Dm9 G7
Gm7b5
Dm9 G7
Eb 9b
Gm7b5
Ab
Dm9 G7
Gm7

1934

Cm7 F9b Bb7m


C7
F6
Cm7 F9b Bb7m
Eb 9b
Ab7m
C7
Ab 7
Fm Fm7 Dm7b5
Cm7 F9b Bb7m
C7
Bb6

70

Eb7
D m7
Eb7
Ab7m
Ab 7
G9b
Bb7m
Gm7

Ab7m
Gm7
Ab7m
Gm7b5
Db 6
Gm7
Bbm7
F

Ab7m
C7
Ab7m
C7
Db 6
C7
Eb7
F

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ALL THRO THE NIGHT 4|4 time carol

F D m7
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

G7 C7
Bb

Bb C7
Gm7

F
C7

F D m7
F D m7

71

G7 C7
G7 C7

Bb C7
Bb C7

F
F

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ALL THE GIRLS GO CRAZY

Eb-EbEb-Eb-

R J B 2005-11-06

Eb-EbEb-Eb-

Bb
Bb

Bb
Bb

F7
F7

72

F7
F7

Bb
Bb

Bb7
Bb

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ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE


Jerome Kern

Db9+

Db9+

Fm
Cm
A m7
Fm
Bbm7

Bbm7
Fm7
D7
Bbm7
Eb9 A7

R J B 2005-11-06

C9+

Oscar Hammerstein II 1939

C9+

Db9+

Db9+

Eb7
Abmaj7 Dbmaj7
G7
Bb7
Ebmaj7 Abmaj7 Am D7
Gmaj7
G6
Gbm7
B7
Eb7
Abmaj7 Dbmaj7 Dbm6
Ab
Ab

73

C9+

C9+

Cmaj7
Gmaj7
Emaj7
C m7

C6
Em7
C+
Fo

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ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE


Frederick Loewe

Fm7
Fm7
D m7
Fm7

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb7
Bb7
G7
Bb7

Gm7
Gm7
C
Gm7

Alan Jay Lerner

C7
C7
C
C7

Fm7
Fm7
Fm9
Fm7
Fm7

74

1947

Fm7 Bb7
Fm7 Bb7
Dm7b5
F#o
Bb7

Eb
Eb
G7
Eb
Eb

Eb
Eb
C9b
Gbo
Eb

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ALONE
Nacia Herb Brown

Eb
Eb
Eb
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7 C7
C7
Gm7 C7
C7

Fm7
F7
Fm7
F7

Arthur Freed

Bb7
F7
Bb7
B7B7B7Bb7

75

Eb
F7
Eb
Eb

1935

Gm7 C7 Fm7
Bb7
F7
Fm7
Bb75+
Gm7 C7 Fm7
Bb7
Gm7 C7 Fm7 Bb7 Eb

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ALONE TOGETHER
Arthur Schwartz

Dm
Bm7 E7
Dm
Bm7 E7
Am7b5
Dm

R J B 2005-11-06

Howard Gietz

1932

Gm6 A7 Dm Bm7 Em7 A7


Dm
Cm6 D7 Gm
Gm
Gm7 C7 F F5+
F6 A7 D7mD6
Gm6 A7 Dm Bm7 Em7 A7
Dm
Cm6 D7 Gm
Gm
Gm7 C7 F F5+
F6 A7 D7mD6
D7
Gm
Gm
Gm7b5
C7
F
Em7b5 A7
Gm6 A7 Dm Bm7 Em7 A7
Dm
Bb7 A7 Dm Gm6
Dm

76

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ALRIGHT OKAY YOU WIN


Sid Wyche | Haymes Watts

Eb

Eb

Eb

Eb7

Ab
Bb7

interlude
Eb

Eb

Eb

Eb

Ab 9

Eb Ab Eb Ab

R J B 2005-11-06

Eb Ab Eb Ab

77

1955

Ab
Ab 9

Eb
Eb Ab7

Eb
Eb

Ab 9
Eb
Bb7
coda
Eb Eb7 Ab B7 Eb E9 Eb913 Eb913

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ALWAYS
Words and Music by Irving Berlin - Copyright 1925 by Irving Berlin

F
F
F
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

F
F
F
Bbm

F
A
F
F

F
A
F
G9

C7
E7
D7
Gm7

78

C7
E7
D7
C7

F
A D7
Gm
F

F
Gm7 C7
Gm
F

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AM I BLUE

verse

Words by Grant Clarke, Music by Harry Akst - 1929

I'm just a fella

I'm just a fella

Gm

Bb Bb Db7 C7

F7

a -lone -ly fella

Dm

that's on -ly hu man

Gm7

C7

Wait -in' on the

One you should be

Dm

C7

wear -y shore.

Am

sor -ry for.

G7

Got up this morn -in' a -long a -bout dawn, With -out a warn -in' I found she was gone.

Why should she do it

chorus

F
F
Am
F

F
F
Am
F

F7

Bb

How could she do it

C9
C9
E7
C9

G7

She nev -er done it

C9
C9
E7
C9

F D7
F D7
E7
F D7

G7 C7
G7 C7
E7
G7 C7

C7

be fore

F
C7
F Bbm
F
Am Co Gm7 C7
F
F

Am I blue Am I blue Ain't these tears in these eyes tel -lin' you
Am I blue You'd be too If each plan with your gal done fell through.
Was a time I was her on -ly one, But now I'm the sad and lone -ly one, "Law -dy,"
Was I gay 'til to -day, Now she's gone and we're through, Am I blue .
R J B 2005-11-06

79

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AMAPOLA
Words and Music by Joseph M. Lacalle - 1924

Bb
F7
Bb
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb
F7
Bb
Ebm

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

Bb
F7
Bb
C7

Bb
F7
G7
F7

80

Bb Do
F7 F+
Dm G7
F7

F7
Bb
Cm
Bb

F7
F7
Cm G7
Bb

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AMAZING GRACE

F
F

R J B 2005-11-06

F7
F7

Bb
Bb Fo

F
F

F
F Dm

81

Dm
C7

Gm7
Bb

C7
F

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AMEN
1

F
F

F
F

F
F

F
F

F F7
F F7

Bb Bbm
Bb Bbm

F C7
F C7

F
F

F
F

F
F

F
F A7

F F7
Dm

Bb
F

Bb
C7

Bb
F Bb

F
F C7

R J B 2005-11-06

82

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AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL


Music 1882 Samuel A Ward

C
C

R J B 2005-11-06

G7
G7

G7
G7

Words 1918 Katerine Lee Bates

C Bbo G7
C C7

C
F

83

G
C

G D7
Dm7 G7

G G7
C

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AMERICAN PATROL
F. W. Meachan

Bb
Bb
F7
Eb
inter
D7

R J B 2005-11-06

1885

Bb
Bb
F7
Bb

Bb
Bb
Bb
D9

Bb
Bb
Bb
Gm

F7
C m7
F7
Eb

Bb
F7
F7
Bb

C7
Cm7 F7
Bb
F7

F7
Bb
Bb
Bb

Gm-3-

F7

Bb-3-

A7

Dm-3-

C7

F7

84

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AMERICA SOLDIER

R J B 2005-11-06

85

BUGLE BOY MARCH

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AMOR
1

C
G7
C
G7

C
G7
C
G7

C
G7
C
G7

C
G7
C
G7

C
G7
C
G7

C
G7
C
G7

G7
C
G7
C

G7
C
G7
C

G7

G7

G7

G7

R J B 2005-11-06

86

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AMIA POLIA

Bb
F7
Bb
Cm

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb
F7
Bb
Ebm

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

Bb
F7
Bb
G7 C7

Bb
F7
G7
F7

87

Bb
F7+
Cm G7
F7

F
Bb
Cm
Bb

F
Bb Cm
Cm G7
Bb

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AMOR DE LOCO JUVENTUD


verse
Ab
F7
Eb7

Eb7
F7
Eb7

Ab
Bbm
Ab

Ab
Bbm
Ab

Ab
Db

Eb7
E7

Ab
Ab

Ab
Ab

chorus
Ab
Eb7
Ab
Db

Ab
Eb7
Ab
Ab o

C7
Fm
C7
Ab

C7
Fm
C7
F7

F
Bb7
F
Bb7

F7
Bb7
F7
Eb7

Bb7
Eb7
Bb7
Ab

Bb7
Eb+
Bb7
Ab

R J B 2005-11-06

88

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AMONG MY SOUVENIRS
Music by Edgar Leslie, Lyrics by Horatio Nicholls - 1927

Eb Eo
Eb Go

Ab
Eb Eo

R J B 2005-11-06

Fm7
Bb7

Ao
Fm7

Bb7
Bb7Bb7+

Eb
Bb7

Eb
Eb

Eb
Bb7
Eb Ebo Fm7Bb7

Eb
Eb

Bb7
Eb

89

Bb7
Bb7

Bb7
Bb7

G7 Cm
Bb7

Eb
Eb

Extra bar
here

Eb7
F7 Bb7
Eb

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AM I WASTING MY TIME

A m7
A m7
A#7
A m7

R J B 2005-11-06

D7
D7
D7
C m6

G7#
G7#
G7#
G

G#7 Go
A m7
D7 D+
G#7Gm6 D#7 Co
A7
G#7 Go
A m7
D7
E7 Eb7 Am7G7+ A7 D7

90

G6 Co
D7
G7 F7
G Ab 9

D7 Eb7
D9 Eb7
E7 Go
D7 Eb7

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ANNABELL LEE

F7
C7
F7
C7

R J B 2005-11-06

Cm
F7
Cm
F7

F7
Bb
F7
Bb

Cm
Gm
Cm
G7

Bb
D7
Bb
C7

91

A7
A7
A7
F7

Bb
F7
Bb
C7 F7

G7
Cm F7
G7
Bb

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ANNIVERSARY WALTZ

C
G7
C9
C

R J B 2005-11-06

C
C
C
G7 Dm7 G7 Dm7
G7
C9
F
Am7Dm7
C
C6 C#7
A7

92

C
D m7
F+
D7

C#o
G9 G+
F+
G7

G7
C C#o
D9
C

G7
G9
G+
C

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ANCHORS AWEIGH
Chas A Zimmermann

1907

the song of the navy

into
G7

G7

G7

G7

C
F
C
F

CG
F
CG
F

Am
C Ebo
Am
C F7

Am
G7 C
Am
E7 Am

C
D7
C
C

G7
D7
G7
G7

C
G7
C
C

G7
G7
C7
C

inter
E
G7

Am
G7

E7
G7

Am-3G7

D7

R J B 2005-11-06

93

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AND THE ANGELS SING


Ziggy Elman - Johnny Mercer

Eb Cm7
Eb Cm7
Bbm7 Eb7
Bbm7 Eb7
Eb Cm7
Eb Cm7

R J B 2005-11-06

Fm7 Bb7
Fm7 Bb7
Bbm7 Eb7
Bbm7 Eb7
Fm7 Bb7
Fm7 Bb7

1938

Eb Fm7 Gm7 Cm7 Fm Bb7


Eb Fm7 Gm7 Cm7 Fm Bb7
Eb7
Eb7
Bbm7 Eb7
Eb7
Eb7 AbC7FmFm
Eb Fm7 Gm7 Cm7 Fm Bb7
G7 C7
F7
Fm

94

F7 Bb7
F7 Bb7
Bbm7 Eb7
F7 Bb7
F7 Bb7
Db 9

Eb Cm7 Fm7 Bb7


Eb Ab
Eb
Bbm7
Eb7
Eb Cm7 Fm7 Bb7
Eb Cm7 Fm7 Bb7
Eb Ab
Eb

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ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY

4|4 time

F F C F Bb F C F C F C F C F C C FFCF Bb F C F C GC Dm CGCC
GmGmCF Bb Gm Gm7 C
F

R J B 2005-11-06

95

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ANGEL EYES
Matt Dennis

DmDmE7Eb7
DmDmE7Eb7
Cm7 F9
DmDmE7Eb7

R J B 2005-11-06

Dm7 Bb7
Dm7 Bb7
Bb7m Bo
Dm7 Bb7

Dm Bb7
Dm Bb7
Cm7 F9
Dm Bb7

Earl Brent

1946

Em7 A7 DmDmE7Eb7
Em7 A7 DmDmE7Eb7
Bb7m Bb6 Bm7 E9b
Em7 A7 DmDmE7Eb7

96

Dm Dm7 Bb7 A7
Dm Dm7 Bb7 A7
A7m A6 Ab 7
Dm Dm7 Bb7 A7

Dm
Dm
A7
Dm

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ANGRY

Words and Music by Dudley Mecum ,Jules Cassard, Henry & Merrit Brunies - 1925

verse

Bb

Bb

C7

C7

F7

F7

Bb Bbo

Bb

D7

D7

Gm

Gm

C7

C7

C 7 C m7

F7

Bb

Bb

C7

C7

F7

C7 F7

Bb

Bb7

Eb

Ebm

Bb

G7

C7

F7

F7

Bb7

Bb7

Bb7

Bb7

Eb

Gb7

Bb

Bb

C7

C7

Bb

Bb

Now true love nev - er does run smooth At least that's what I'm told
And if that is true then ours must be good as gold

Every night we battle and I beg you for a kiss


Thats when I have to start ex-plain ing And it sounds a-bout like this.
Chorus

Dear - ie please don't be an - gry

'Cause I was on - ly teas -ing you

I would -'nt e -ven let you think of leav - in'

Don't you know I love you true

Eb Bb+ Eb Bb+

Just be - cause I took a look at some - body else


That's no rea - son you should put poor me on the shelf
So

F7

Dear - ie please don't be an gry

R J B 2005-11-06

97

C7 F7

'Cause I was on - ly teas - ing you.


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ANNIE LAURIE
Old Scotch Song

C
C
C
F

R J B 2005-11-06

C+
C+
G7
F#o

F
F
C
C

F#o
Co
C
G7

Lady J. O. Scott

C
C
AmAm7
C

98

D7
G7
F
G7

G7
C
E7
C

G7
C
E7
C

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ANTHROPOLOGY
Charlie Parker

Bb Bbo
Bb Bbo
D7
Bb Bbo

R J B 2005-11-06

Cm F7
Cm F7
D7
Cm F7

Bb Bbo
Bb Bbo
G7
Bb Bbo

Dizzie Gillespie

Cm F7
Cm F7
G7
Cm F7

1945

Bb Bbo
Bb Bbo
C7
Bb Bbo

99

Cm F7
Cm F7
C7
Cm F7

Bb F7
Bb F7
F7
Bb G7

Bb F7
Bb
F7
C7 F7

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BRK ANYTHING
Verse

C G7
C C7

CCoCC
FFoFF

C G7
C C7

C C7
F

(Thunder in my dreams)

F Ab 7
C A7
D7
Co F7 CCBb7A7 D7 G7

G7
C G7

Chorus

Ab7 G7 C FFFmG7 CCoG7G7 Eb7Eb7D7G7 C A7 GGA7D7


G7
F Fm C Co F A7 Dm7 G7 Eb7Eb7D7G7 C A7 Dm7 G7 CCoDm7G7

R J B 2005-11-06

100

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ANYTHING GOES
Key C
mj7

C Dm7
Cmj7 Dm7
E7C#m7
Cmj7 Dm7
Key Bb
m7 m7

Bb C
Bbm7Cm7
D7 Bm7
Bbm7Cm7

Cole Porter

Em7Dm7
Em7Dm7
F#m7 B7
Em7Dm7

Dm7 Cm7 Bbm7Cm7


Dm7 Cm7 Bbm7Cm7
Em7 A7 D9 Bm7
Dm7 Cm7 Bbm7Cm7

Easier version in Bb

Bb
Bb
D
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

Cmj7Dm7
Cmj7 Dm7
E9 C#m7
Cmj7 Dm7

Bb
Bb
A7
Bb

Bb
Bb
D
Bb

1934

C C7
F6
Bb9
C Fmj7
Em7Dm7
C C7
F6
Bb9 CFmj7Em7Dm7 C B7
F#m7B7 Em6 Em7A7
D m7
G7
C C7
F6
Bb9 CFmj7Em7Dm7
C
Eb6 Ab9
Bb Ebmj7
Dm7 Cm7
Eb6 Ab9 BbEb7Dm7Cm7 Bb A7
Dm6 Dm7G7
C m7
G7
Eb6 Ab9 BbEb7Dm7Cm7
Bb

Bb Bb7
Bb Bb7
Em7 A7
Bb Bb7
Gm Bb7
Gm Bb7
A7
Gm Bb7
101

Eb
Eb
D m7
Eb

Eb Ebm
Eb Ebm
G9
Eb Ebm

Bb
Bb
Co
Bb

F7
A7
F7
Bb

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ANYTIME
D7
Bb
D7
D7

R J B 2005-11-06

D7
Bbm
D7
D7

G7
F
G7
G7

G7
D7
G7
G7

C7
G7
C7
C7

102

C7
G7
C7
C7

F
C7
A7
F

F7
C7
A7
F

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intro:
Eb-21

APE MAN
Eb Fo

Eb Bb7

Eb
Bb7
Ab 7

Ab 7
Bb7
Ab 7

Eb
Eb
Eb

Eb7
Eb
Eb

C7
Eb

C7
Eb

F7
Ab

F7
Ab

Ab
Ab

Eb
Eb ----

Eb
Eb ----

Bb7

Bb

Bb7 Eb

Ab
Ab
ending
Eb
R J B 2005-11-06

Ab 7
Eb
Bb7

Ab 7
Ab 7
Bb7

Bb7
Bb7
Eb Eb7 Ab Ab7
Bb7
Bb

103

Bb7
Bb

Eb
Eb ---Eb Bb7

Eb
Eb ---Eb

Eb
Eb

Bb7
Bb7b

Eb
Eb Ab

Eb
Eb

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APEX BLUES Key Bb (12 bar with progression)


( Bump it )

Bb
C7

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb
F7

Jimmy Noone

Bb
Bb F7

Joe Poston

Bb7

Eb

104

Earl Hinds

Eb

1928

Bb

G7

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APPLE BLOSSOM TIME


F
C7
F
D7

R J B 2005-11-06

F
C7
F
D7

Am
F
Am
G7

Am F7
D7
Am F7
G7

Bb
G7
Bb
Bbm6

105

Bb
G7
Bb
C7

F
C7
A7
F

F
C7
A7
F

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APRIL IN PARIS
Vernon Duke

E.Y.Harburg

1932

Fm
C
D m7
G7
C7m Dm7 Em7Am7Ab7 Gm7
C7
F
Fm
C7m Dm7 Em7Am7 F#m7
B7
Bm7E7 Em7A7
F#m7Fo C Ebo Dm7G9
C
Bbm7E7 Am Am7 F#m7B7 Emj7Dbm
Dm7G7
Fm
C
Em7
A7
D7
Dm7 G7
C
C

R J B 2005-11-06

106

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APRIL SHOWERS
Words by B.G. DeSylva, Music by Louis Silvers - 1921

verse
F Gm7 Am C7
AmDm6 Am E7
chorus
C7
D7
C7
Bb6

R J B 2005-11-06

C7
D7
C7
Bbm6

Fmj7
Am

C7
D7

F Gm7
`C

Am C7
G7

F
C7

F
C7

F
Gm
F
F D m7

F
Gm
F
G7

C7
G7
D7
GmGm7

C7
G7
D7
C7

F
C7
Gm
F

F
C7
Gm
F

107

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ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT


Words and Music by Roy Turk and Lou Hardman - 1926

Bb
Cm
Bb7
Bb

Dm
C m7
Bb7
Dm

Dm
C m7
Eb
C9

Gm
F7
Eb
C9

Bb
F7
C7
C m7

G9
A7
C7
F7

Cm
Bb
F7
Bb

G7
Bb
F7
Bb

C
D m7
C7
C

Em
G7
C7
Em

Em
D m7
F
D7

Am
G7
F
D7

C
D m7
D7
Fm6

Co
G+7
D7
G7

D m7
C
G7
C

G7
C
G7
C

R J B 2005-11-06

108

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ARKANSAS BLUES
Spencer Williams | Anton Lada

1921

F
C7

F
C7

F
F

F7
F

Bb

Bb

F
F
G7 C7

C7
C7
F

F
F

C7
C7

F
F

D7
D7

G7
G7 C7

C7
F D7

R J B 2005-11-06

109

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AROUND THE WORLD

Bb
F7
Bb
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

Dm
F7
Dm
A7

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

Bb
F7
Bb
G7

Bb
F7
Bb
Cm

110

Bbo
F7
Fo
F7

Cm
Bb
Eb
Bb

F7
Bb
Eb
Bb

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AS I LIKE IT
intro
F
1

Co

Gm

Fo

Co-3-

-2-Co

G7 C7

F
F

F
C7

F
F

C7
C7

Bb
F

F
D7

G7
C7

C7
F

F
Bb
F
Bb

G7
Bb
G7
Bb

C7
F
C7
F

F
C7
F
C7

C7
F
C7
F

F
G7
F
G7

A7
C7
A7
G7 C7

Dm
C7
Dm
F

R J B 2005-11-06

111

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ASK ME NOW
Modern Jazz

Gm7 C7 Fm7 Bb7 Ebm Ab7


F#m B7 Em7 A7
Gm7 C7 Fm7 Bb7 Ebm Ab7
F#m B7 Em7 A7
Ebm Ab7
Db7
Ebm D9
Gm7 C7 Fm7 Bb7 Ebm Ab7
F#m B7 Em7 A7

R J B 2005-11-06

Thelonious Monk 1951

B7 Bb7

Eb9 D9

B7 Bb7

Eb9 D9

Db6
B7 Bb7

Bbm Eb9
Eb9 D9

112

Db6
Bbm7 Eb9
Db6
Bbm7 Eb9
Bbm Eb9
Db6
Bbm7 Eb9

Ebm Ab7
Ebm Ab7
Ebm Ab9
Ebm Ab7

B7 Bb7
A7 Ab7
Db6
Gb7
B7 Bb7
A7 Ab7

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AS LONG AS I LIVE
Marcia Arlen

F
F
F#o
F

R J B 2005-11-06

Em7 A7
Em7 A7
Gm
Em7 A7

D7
D7
Bbm
D7

Ted Koehler

D7
D7
F
D7

G7
G7
Dm
G7

113

1934

C7
C7
G7
C7

F Dm Gm7 C7
F Bb
F
C7 F#o Gm7 C7
F Bb
F

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AS TIME GOES BY
Words and Music by Herman Hupfeld 1931 Featured in the 1942 movie "Casablanca"

Fm7Bb7
Fm7Bb7
Ab
Fm7Bb7

R J B 2005-11-06

Fm7Bb7 Eb Fm7 Gm7 C7


F7
Fm7Bb7
Fm7Bb7 Eb Fm7 Gm7 C7
F7
Fm7Bb7
Gm7 C7
Fm
F#o
CmCm7
F7
Fm7Bb7 Eb Fm7 Gm7 C7 F7 F#o Gm7 C7

114

G7 C9 Fm7 Eo
Eb Abm Eb Eb7
Fm7 Eo Fm7 Eo
Fm7Bb7
Eb

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AS TU LE CAFARD
intro
Bb

Ebm F7

Bb

F7

Ebm F7
Ebm
Ebm F7
Ebm

Bbm
Bbm
Bbm
Bb

Ebm F7
Bbm
Ebm F7
Bb

Bb
C7
Bb
Bb

Ebm F7
C7
Ebm F7
Ebm F7

2nd
Bb
Ebm F7
Ebm
Ebm
Bb
Ebm F7
Eb
Ebm
Bbm F7
Bb

Bbm
Bbm
Bbm
Bb

Ebm F7
Bbm
Ebm F7
Bb

Bb
C7
Bb
Bb

Ebm F7
Bb
Bb7
C7
F7
F7
Ebm F7
Bb
G7
Ebm F7 BbmEbm Bbm F7

1st

Bb
Ebm
Bb
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

115

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

Bb7
F7
G7
F7

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AT A GEORGIA CAMP MEETING


Karry Mills 1897

intro
Ab
1
Ab
Ab
2
Eb7
Eb7
3
Db
Db
bridge
Eb7
R J B 2005-11-06

Ab

Bb9 Eb7

Ab

Ab Ab7
Ab Ab7

Db
Db

Ab
Ab

Eb7
Eb7

Ab o
Ab o

Db
Db

Gb
Gb

Eb7

Eb7 Ebo

Ab
Db

Ab F7
Ab

Bb7
Eb7

Eb7
Ab

Eb7
Ab F7

Ab o
Bb7 Eb7

Ab
Ab

Ab 7
Db Bb7
Eb7
Gb Gbm Db Bb7 Eb7 Ab7

Ab 7
Db

Ab
Eb7
Ab Ab7 Db Abo
Db
F7
Eb7
116

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AT LAST
Harry Warren

C Am
C Am
F G9
C Am

Mack Gordon

1942

Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Am7 Dm7 G7


Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Fm
C C7
C7 C6 F#m7 B7
Em
Am7 D7 G7 E9 Am7 D9 Dm7 G7
Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Am Dm7 G7 C Fm
C

F Dm Gm7 C9 F Dm
F Dm Gm7 C9 F Dm
BbmjC9 F E7 Dm6 E7
F Dm Gm7 C9 F Dm

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7 C7 F Dm
Gm7 C7 F Dm
AmDm6 Gm6 G7
Gm7 C+ F Dm

117

Gm7 C7 F Dm Bbm C7
Gm7 C9 F Bbm
F F7
Cmj7F6 Dm7 G7
C7
Gm7 C7
F
Gm C7
2ndtime F Bbm6 C7 F
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AT LONG LAST LOVE


Cole Porter

C6
D m6
C6
F#m7

R J B 2005-11-06

Dm7 G7
C
A7
D m7
Dm7 G7
C
Fm6
C Bb9

C C7
Bm7
C
A7

19 38

F
Em7 A7
Dm
Dm
Dm7 Dm7 G7 C Am7 Dm7 G7
C7 Bb Ebo E7
F6
F6
D7
G7
C
C

118

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AT THE CODFISH BALL


Music by Lew Pollack, Words by Sidney Mitchell - 1936

verse
F Am
F Am

E7 Eb7
E7 Eb7

D7
D7

chorus
F
F
Bb
F

F
F
b
F

F
F
Bb
F

R J B 2005-11-06

D7
D7

G7
G7

F
F
Bb7 Ab
F

C7
C7
G
C7

119

G7 C7
G7
C7
C7
G
C7

F Dm
C C7

F Dm
C C7

F Bb F F BbBbAmC7
FBbF F EbEbDmF7
C
C7
FBbFF
F

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AT SUNDOWN
( When
Gm7
D7
Gm7
D7

R J B 2005-11-06

C7
D7
C7
D7

Love is caliing me home )

F
G7
F
G7

Walter Donaldson

F D7
G7
F D7
G7

Gm7
C7
Gm7
Gm7

120

C7
C7
C7
C7

1 927

F
F
F
F

F
F D7
F
F

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AT THE CROSS

Gm7
D7
Gm7
D7

C7
D7
C7
D7

another set of chords


F
F
F
F
F
F
Bb
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

F
G7
F
G7

F D7
G7
F D7
G7

Gm7
C7
Gm7
Gm7

C7
C7
C7
C7

F
F
F
F

maybe another tune? yes a spirital


F
F
Bb F
C7 F
C7
F
F
Gm
C7
F
C7
C7
C7
C7
F
F
F
Gm
C7
F

121

F
F D7
F
F

C7
F
F
F

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AT THE DEVILS BALL

Irving Berlin 1913

Am

Am

Am Dm Am C#o

Dm

G7

C G7

C E7

Am

Am

Am Dm

Am

D7

D7GmDo

D7

G7

G7

G7

G7

C C #o

Dm6 G7

D7

D7

G7

G7

G7

G7

C C#o

Dm G7

C C7

F E7

Am D7

D7 G7

D7 G7

D7 G7

I had a dream last night that filled me full of fright, I dreamt that I was with the Devil below..
down in his great big fiery hall - where the devil was giving a ball
I checked my coat and hat, and started gazing at the merry throng - that came to witness the show
I must confess to you - there were many there I knew
At the devils ball

in the devils hall


saw a cute missus devil so funny and fat dressed in a little red firemans hat

And Ephraham the leader man who led the band last fall
he played the music called the devils ball - in the devils hall

but the funniest devil that I ever saw , was taking the tickets from folks at the door,
I even caught a glimpse of my Mother in Law dancing with the devil, Oh you little devil
dancing at the devils ball
R J B 2005-11-06

122

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AT THE JAZZBAND BALL


Nick La Rocca , Larry Shields - Johnny Mercer

1918

Gm
Gm

Gm
Gm

Gm
Gm

Gm
Gm

F7
C7

Bb G7
C7

C7
C7

F7 D7
F7 D7

G7
G7

G7
G7

C7
C7

C7
C7

F7
Eb Bbo

F7
Bb G7

Bb
C7 F7

Bb D7
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

123

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ATLANTA BLUES MAKE ME A PALLET ON THE FLOOR


W C Handy

- Dave Elman

1923

F
F

F
F

C7
C7

C7
C7

F
F

F
F

F
F

F
F7

Bb7
F

Bb7
A7

F
Dm

F7
G7

Bb7
F

Bb7
G7 C7

F
F Bb

F C7
F

R J B 2005-11-06

124

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AUF WIEDERSEHEN

BB F7
Eb
Bb F7
Eb

R J B 2005-11-06

F7
Eb
F7
Eb

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb

Eb
C7
Eb
C7

125

Eb
C7
Eb
C7 F7

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

Bb
F7
Bb
Bb

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AUF WIEDERSEHEN MY DEAR

Bb
Bb
Eb9
Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb
Bb
F
Bb

Bb
Bb
Bb
Bb

Gm
Gm
Bb
Gm

Eb
Eb
A7
Eb

126

Cm
Cm
A
Cm

F9 F7
F9 F7
Dm
F9 F7

Bb
Bb
F
Bb

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AULD LANG SYNE

Bb Gm

R J B 2005-11-06

Eb F7

Bb Bb7

Eb

Bb Gm

127

Eb F7

Eb F7

Bb

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AUNT HAGARS BLUES (CHILDREN)


1
2

W. C. Handy - J. Tim Brymn

1920

F C7
Bb

F C7
Gm7 C7

F C7
F

F F7
F

Bb

Gm7 C7

F
G7

F
C7

F
F C7

F7
F

Bb

Bb

F A7

D7

3
FF7BbDb7 F C7 FDb7C7 F
FmAb7 DbDb7
C7
C7
4 (chorus)
F
Gm
Fo
F F7
C7
C7
F C7
F

Version King Oliver 1928 --------

Theme 1 & 2 as above than in minor


m
m b7 b7

Fm Bb
Fm

R J B 2005-11-06

Fm Ab7 DbDb7 C7Db7


FF7BbDb7 F C7 FDb7C7
Bb

Intro:

Fm C7 F D D C7
Db
C7.. Db7

Fm
C7

C F7

Bb

BbAbAbG9

Db 9

C7

C7 G7
F

C7
F

Fm Eb7
Db 7
Fm Bbm Fm C7
128

C7
F

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AURALEE

F
F

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm
F+

C7
Bb Bbm

F
F

F
FCmD7

129

Gm
G7

C7
C7

F
F

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AUSTIN SEVEN BOOGIE

F
C7

R J B 2005-11-06

F
C7

F
F F7
FF7BbBbm FDb7C7

130

Bb7

Bb7

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AUTUMN IN NEW YORK


Vernon Duke

Gm7 Am7
Gm7 Am7
Gm7 Am7
Fm C7

R J B 2005-11-06

Bb7 C9
Bbm7 Eb7
Bb7 C9
Fm Ab7

F7 Bb7 Am7 D7
Ab7 Bbm Cm7 Dm7
F7m Gm7 Am7 Bb7
Dbm7 D9 Db7m

1934

Gm7 Am7
Cm Cm7
Cm7 Dm7
Gm7 Am7

131

Bb7 C9 Am7 D7 Am7 D7


Cm7 G7
C
C7
Ebm7 F7
Bbm
Bbm6 C7
Bbm7 C7
Fm6
Fm6

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AUTUMN LEAVES
Music by Joseph Kosma, Words by Johnny Mercer - 1947

verse
GmGm7 Eb7 D7
GmGm7 Eb D7
GmGm7 A7 D7

Cm
Cm D7
Gm F7

chorus
C m7
C m7
D7
A m7

Bbmj7 Ebmj7
Bbmj7 Ebmj7
Gm
Gm
Gm C7 Fm7Bb7

R J B 2005-11-06

F7
F7
D7
D7

D7 Gm
G9
G9 Cm Cm6 D7 Cm6 D7
Gm
G9
G9 Cm Cm6 D7 Cm6 D7
Bb
A m7 D 7
Gm
Eb7
D7

132

A m7
A m7
C m7
Eb7

D7
D7
F7
D7

Gm
Gm
Bbmj7
Gm

Gm
Gm
Ebmj7
Gm

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AUTUMN NOCTURNE
Joseph Myrow - Kim Gannon

C A9b Dm7Dm7G7G#o
C A9b Dm7Dm7G7G#o
EF
E F9
C A9b Dm7Dm7G7G#o

R J B 2005-11-06

1941

Am F#m Fm6 Em7 Ebo


Dm7 G7
Am F#m Fm6 Em7 Ebo DmBb7A7A7
E F6 B7 D7 G Ab
G Ab 9
Am F#m Fm6 Em7 A9b
D9 G7

133

Bb9A7
D9G7
GGEb7
C Db7

D9 G9
C B7
G G7
Dm7 Db

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AUTUMN SERENADE

Fm
C9
Fm
C9

R J B 2005-11-06

Fm
Fm6 Fm6 C+
Fm
Fm
Gm7 C7 F Gm7
Fo F Cm6 D7 Fm G7
Fm
Fm6 Fm6 C+
Fm
Fm
Gm
F D9
F9
B9
C+ C9

134

Bb7
Gm7
Ab 7
F

Bb7
Gm7 C+
Ab 7
D6 C+

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AUTUMN CONCERTO

G6
B6
G6
Am

R J B 2005-11-06

G6
B6
G6
Amb5

Go
Bo
Go
G

Go
Bo
Go
Ab o

A m7
C#m7
A m7
A m7

135

A m7 D 7
C#m7 F#7
A m7 D 7
D7

G
B
D m7
G

G B7
B D7
E7
G

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BRK AUTUMN SHADOWS


Eb D7 FmAbm Bb6Bb7+
Ab G7 Cm Eb7 G7 G7+
Eb D7 FmAbm Bb6Bb7+
Ab
G7
Cm B7

R J B 2005-11-06

Eb Do
Ab Eb7
Eb Do
Bb7 Do

Eb D7
Abnt7 G7
Eb D7
Eb D7

136

FmAbm Bb6Bb7+ Eb Eb7


Cm B7 Bb9Bb7+ Eb Do
FmAbm Bb6Bb7+ Eb Eb7
Fm G7+ CmCmF7Abm Eb

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AULD LANG SYNE

F
F

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7 C7
C7

F F7
F F7

Bb
Bb

F
F

137

C7
C7

Bb C7
Bb C7

F
F

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AU PRIVAVE
( Apres vous )

F D9b

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7 C7

Charlie Parker

Cm7 F7

Bb7
Gm7

138

1951

Bb7
C7

F7m Gm7 Am7 D7


F D9b Gm7 C7

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AVALON
Words by Al Jolson and B. G. DeSylva, Music by Vincent Rose - 1920

C7
C7
D7
F

R J B 2005-11-06

C7
C7
D7
F

C7
C7
D7
D7

C7
C7 C+
D7
D7

F
F
Gm
Gm7

139

F C7
F C+
Gm
C7

F
F
Bbm6
F

F
F
Bbm6Fo
F

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AWAY IN A MANGER
C7 lead in
F F Bb
F F Bb

R J B 2005-11-06

F
F

F Am D
F Am D

Gm
Gm

C7
C7

140

3|4 time

F F Dm
G7
F F Dm Bb Bb C7

C7
F

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AZURE
Duke Ellington

Irving Mills

G7m G7m
G
Am7 D7
B C Em Em
B C
A7 A7b5
D6 D#o Dm7 G7 D6 G7 Am7 D7
G7m

R J B 2005-11-06

Gm7

141

1937

G7m

Gm7

G7m

Gm7 b5

G7m G7m
Am7 D7
G7m G7m
Am7 D7

G
G

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