Fly Me To The Moon Uke tab by Frank Sinatra

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Am chordAm Dm chordDm
Fly me to the moon
G7 chordG7 Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Let me play among the stars
F chordF Dm chordDm
Let me see what spring is like
E7 chordE7 Am7 chordAm7 A7 chordA7
On a Jupiter and Mars
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7 Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 Am7 chordAm7
In other words hold my hand
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7 Fm chordFm Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 Bm7 chordBm7 E7 chordE7
In other words baby kiss me
Am chordAm Dm chordDm
Fill my heart with song
G7 chordG7 Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
And let me sing for ever more
F chordF Dm chordDm
You are all I long for
E7 chordE7 Am7 chordAm7 A7 chordA7
All I worship and adore
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7 Em7 chordEm7 A7 chordA7
In other words please be true
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7 C chordC Bm7 chordBm7 E7 chordE7
In other words I love you
Am chordAm Dm chordDm
Fill my heart with song
G7 chordG7 Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Let me sing for ever more
F chordF Dm chordDm
You are all I long for
E7 chordE7 Am7 chordAm7 A7 chordA7
All I worship and adore
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7 Em7 chordEm7 A7 chordA7
In other words please be true
Dm chordDm G7 chordG7
In other words in other words
C chordC A#6 chordA#6 G#6 chordG#6 G6 chordG6
I love you

 

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A good version!
01 Oct 2020
About this song

"Fly Me to the Moon", originally titled "In Other Words", is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. Kaye Ballard made the first recording of the song the year it was written. Since then, it has become a frequently recorded jazz standard often featured in popular culture; Frank Sinatra's 1964 version was closely associated with the Apollo missions to the Moon.Sinatra included the song on his 1964 album It Might as Well Be Swing, accompanied by Count Basie. Read more on Last.fm.