|Performed By:||Frank Sinatra (1944)|
Words & Music by Phil Silvers & Jimmy Van Heusen Recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1944 Cdim Em7 A9 If I don't see her each day, I miss her; D C#m Fm Gee what a thrill each time I kiss her. Em C#m7-5 F#7 Bm Bm7 E7 Em7 A7 Believe me, I've got a case on Nancy with the laughing face. Cdim Em7 A9 She takes the winter and makes it summer; D C#m Fm Summer could take some lessons from her. Em C#m7-5 F#7 Bm Gm D F7 Picture a tomboy in lace - that's Nancy with the laughing face. (Bridge 1:) C#m Bm+7 Do you ever hear mission bells ringing? Bm7 E9 E7-5 Well, she'll give you the very same glow; Gm D Em7 A7 When she speaks you would think it was singing; Bm Bm7 E7 Em7 A7 Just hear her say, "Hello." Cdim Em7 A9 I swear to goodness, you can't resist her; D C#m Fm Sorry for you, she has no sister. Em C#m7-5 F#7 Bm Gm D F7 No one could ever replace my Nancy with the laughing face. (Bridge 2:) C#m Bm+7 What a wonderful treat to come home to, Bm7 E9 E7-5 When the long day has drawn to a close; Gm D Em7 A7 There's the patter of feet to come home to, Bm Bm7 E7 Em7 A7 And Nan - cy gave me those. Cdim Em7 A9 Keep Betty Grable, Lamour and Turner; D C#m Fm She makes my heart a charcoal burner. Em C#m7-5 F#7 Bm Gdim D G6 D6 No one could ever replace my Nancy with the laughing face.
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