|Album||The Jerk - Soundtrack|
|Note||"Tonight You Belong to Me" is a popular American song, written in 1926 by lyricist Billy Rose and composer Lee David. It was recorded in 1927 by Gene Austin, although the first ever recording was by Irving Kaufman in 1926 on Banner Records.|
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G G G Gsus4 G G G G G G Gsus4 G -x2- G G7 I know -I know- you beloooooong C Cm To sooooomebody neeeeeew G D G But tonight, you belong to me Interlude: G G G G Gsus4 G G G G G G Gsus4 G G G7 Although -although- we're apaaaaaart C Cm You're a paaaaart of my heaaaaart G D G G7 And tonight, you belong to me Cm Way down by the stream Cm How sweet it will seem G E7 Once more just to dream A7 in the moonlight D7 My honey, G G7 I know -I know- With the daaaaaawn C Cm That you will be goooooone G D G But tonight, you belong to me D7 G G G G Gsus4 G Just little old me
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