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From: Ziegfeld Follies

My Man (Mon Homme)


by

MAURICE YVAIN

Lyrics by: CHANNING POLLOCK,


JACQUES CHARLES and ALBERT WILLEMETZ

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Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

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My Man
(Mon Homme)
from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES
Words by Albert Willemetz and Jacques Charles
English Words by Channing Pollock
Moderately slow Music by Maurice Yvain
Bm7 E7 5 9 Am9 D7 5 9

with pedal
Slowly, freely
G6/9 C6

Oh, my man, I love him so; hell nev - er

Gadd9/B C7/B D7/A Gm7 5

know. All my life is just de - spair, but I dont

D7 Am7 D /A D7/A Am7 Bm7

care. When he takes me in his arms, the world is

This Arrangement Copyright 2004 Cherry Lane Music Company


All Rights for Canada Administered by EMI FEIST CATALOG INC. (Publishing) and
WARNER BROS. PUBLICATIONS U.S. Inc. (Print)
Internatinal Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

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2 3
Moderately slow ( = )
Cmaj7 D13 D9 13 Bm7

bright, all right.

Am7add4 D7 G Am7
3

Whats the dif - frence if I say Ill go a -


3

B dim7 G/B Dm9 3 G7 5

way when I know Ill come back on my knees


3

C6/9 C dim7 G/D Em7


3 3

some-day. For what - ev - er my man is, I am his


3 3

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3
Slightly faster
A13 Am7 D7 9 G C9 B9

for - ev - er. It

rit.

Moderately, freely (no swing)


Em Em/ D C9 Bm Em7 C9 11

cost me a lot, but theres one thing that Ive got: its my man.

B7 B9 C7

Cold and wet, tired, you bet, but all

B7 C7 B7 Em D
3

that I soon for - get with my man.


3

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4
Cmaj7 B7 Em Am7
3 3

Hes not much for looks, and no


3 3 3

Em/B Cmaj7 Cm6 B7sus4 Am6 Em/ G B7/F


3 3

he - ro out of books; hes my man. Two or


3
3

B7 C7 9 11 B9 C7 9 11 C9 B9 B7 9
3 3

three girls has he that he likes as well as me, but I


3 3

rit.

3
Moderately, with a steady beat ( = )
Em B m11 E 7

love him. Oh my man, I

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5
A6 B m7 A /C Bdim7
3 3

love him so, hell nev - er know. All my life is


3
3

E 7/B Bdim7 E 7/B E 7


3 3 3 3 3

just de - spair, but I dont care. When he takes me in his


3 3 3 3 3

E 7/B E 9sus4 E 13 E 7 9 13
3 3

arms, the world is bright, all


3 3

Cm7 B13 E 7sus4/B E 7sus4 3

right. Whats the dif - frence if I


3 3

3
cresc.

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6
A maj7 B m7 A /C E m9 A 13
3 3 3 3

say Ill go a - way, but I know Ill come back


3 3 3 3

No swing
D6 3 Ddim7 3 3

on my knees some - day. For what -ev - er my man


3 3
3

Cm7 A /C Fm B 9 B 13 B 7

is, I am his for - ev -

E 13 A D /E A maj7

er - more.

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