Strangers In The Night Uke tab by Frank Sinatra

12 Chords used in the song: F, Fmaj7, C, Gm, Gm7, Am, D7, C7, G, Gmaj7, G6, D

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Frank Sinatra - Strangers in the Night

F F Fmaj7 Fmaj7 C C

F F
Strangers in the night exchanging glances
Fmaj7 Fmaj7
Wond´ring in the night what were the chances
F F Fmaj7 Fmaj7
We´d be sharing love
Gm Gm
Before the night was through.

Gm Gm
Something in your eyes was so inviting,
Gm7 Gm7
Something in your smile was so exciting,
Gm Gm Gm7 Gm7
Something in my heart,
Gm Gm C C F F
Told me I must have you.

Am Am D7 D7 Am Am D7 D7
Strangers in the night, two lonely people
Am Am D7 D7 Am Am D7 D7
We were strangers in the night, up to the moment
Gm Gm
When we said our first hello.
Gm7 Gm7
Little did we know
Gm Gm F F
Love was just a glance away,
Gm Gm C C
A A warm embracing dance away and

F F
Ever since that night we´ve been together.
Fmaj7 Fmaj7
Lovers at first sight, in love forever.
F F C7 C7
It turned out so right,
F F
For strangers in the night.

Am Am D7 D7 Am Am D7 D7
Strangers in the night, two lonely people
Am Am D7 D7 Am Am D7 D7
We were strangers in the night, up to the moment
Gm Gm
When we said our first hello.
Gm7 Gm7
Little did we know
Gm Gm F F
love was just a glance away,
Gm Gm C C
A A warm embracing dance away and

G G
Ever since that night we´ve been together.
Gmaj7 Gmaj7
Lovers at first sight, in love forever.
G6 G6 D D
It turned out so right,
G G
For strangers in the night.

 

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About this song

"Strangers in the Night" peaked at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart and U.S. Billboard Easy Listening Chart in the Summer of 1966.