Artist Steve Martin
Album The Jerk - Soundtrack
Genre(s)
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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Intro:
    G 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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maci

nobody:
tiktok: hippity hoppity this is now my property

Ady

I think I’m bouta steal

Khloe

you must watch rslash

i hate gatekeepers

what’s with the bandwagon hate on tik tok. there’s nothing wrong with discovering a song on there. y’all think you’re so special and quirky knowing about a song before tik tok I stg.

i, too, hate gatekeepers

uhm YUP

ziggy

just a helpful tip for people scared by the quick Gsus4 change, you can put down your pinky instead of changing chord

axholland

Thanks for the tip! I got the quick change but I still can’t get the intro to sound right. I’m trying an UDUD pattern, but maybe that’s wrong??? Should it be something else?

interestingusername

DUDU DU D DUDU DU D

yeahno.

I usually use “DDUUDU”

Victoria

Thanks so much for the tip :)

William Kessler

Why not bar 2nd fret with your first finger and then just roll your second finger down to bar the bottom strings?

Boo

Lol how they wrote the line like I knoooooooooooooooooow had me cracking up

musichunger

Hi thank you very much for the chords it sounds accurate – I made a version of this song with some other words and some other chords that because couldn’t find anywhere – and after doing the new version I found the song :) – new i will have my version and the original one to play – wellcome to hear what i did – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwjMNFhN348 – hope you will like it
musichunger.com

NaturalNoot

Ok, I know it’s supposed to be ‘Music hunger’ but it just looks like ‘Musi chunger’-

eeenok

quibble: despite his musical talent, steve martin didn’t play the movie version. he shouldn’t be listed as artist

?????

i used a d strumming pattern opposed to up and down and it sounded better but whatever floats your boat.

YEET BOI

i love this song

You’re local ukulele ;)

Strumming pattern: DDUUD. It sounds about right to me in every song i play

You’re local ukulele ;)

Strumming pattern: DDUUD. it sounds like about right to me in every song i play :P

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