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Fly Me To The Moon

słowa i muzyka: Bart Howard – 1954
Am7                   Dm7              G7                        Cmaj7

Fly me to the moon, let me play amounst the stars,  

F7                            Bm7/b5              E7/b9         Am7

Let me see what spring is like on jupiter and mars,

       A7/b9        Dm7 G9   G7/b9 Cm9  Am7

In   other words,    hold  my    hand!

Am9  Dm7         G7 Fdim7            Cmaj7  Bm7  E7     

In   other words,    darling kiss   me!



Am7                        Dm7                    G7                 Cmaj7

Fill my heart with song, and let me sing forever more

F7                 Bm7/b5            E7/b9          Am7

you are all I long for all I worship & adore

             A7/b9   Dm7       G9    G7  Em7/b5 

     In    other words,    please be  true!

              A7/b9 Dm7 Dm7/C  G7/b9 C6 Bm7  E7

     In    other         words

          A7/b9    Dm7    G7 G7/b9  C6 Bb6  B6  C6/9

     In other words     I love                             You!

     A7 A7 d7 d7 G7 G7 Cmaj7 Cmaj7 Bm7/b5 Bm7/b5 E7/b9 E7/b9 A7/b9 A7/b9 G9 G9 G7/b9 G7/b9 Cm9 Cm9 Am9 Am9 Fdim7 Fdim7 Bm7 Bm7 E7 E7 Em7/b5 Em7/b5 Dm7/C Dm7/C C6 C6 Bb6 Bb6 B6 B6 C6/9       – X,3,2,2,3,3       (   repeat 2nd verse, then repeat 1st verse )
Bart Howard (b. Howard Joseph Gustafson June 1, 1915, Burlington, Iowa — d. February 21, 2004, Carmel, New York)
”Fly Me to the Moon” is a pop standard song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. When introduced by Felicia Sanders on the cabaret circuit, it was originally titled „In Other Words”. The song became popularly called „Fly Me to the Moon” from its first line, but it took a few years for the publishers to change the title officially.
Composer and pianist Bart Howard, whose „Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words)” was sent rocketing onto the charts by Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra, died of complications of a stroke on February 23, 2004. He was 88 years old.


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