Black Coffee

Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, etc

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Written by Paul Francis Webster and Sonny Burke.
Performed by Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, Julie London, Peggy
Lee, Sinead O'Conner


Ab Harp

    2   -3” -3”   -3” 2   3   2
1) I’m feel-in’ might-y lone-some 
2) I’m feel-in’ might-y lone-some

    13” -3”  -3”  2  -2
1) Have-n’t slept a wink
2) Have-n’t slept a wink

   2  -3” -3”  -3”   2    3    3   3    2
1) I walk the floor and watch the door and
2) I walk the floor and watch the door and

   -3”-3”  -3” 2   3    -3”   4  -2’
1) In be-tween I drink black cof-fee
2) In be-tween I drink black cof-fee

    5    -4    4  -3” -2’   2 
1) Love’s a  hand-me-down broom
2) Since  my gal went  a-  way

    2   -3 -4’  -4   5  -4’  -3”
1) I’ll ne-ver know  a  Sun- day
2)  My  nerves have gone to piec-es

   -2’  4    -3      -3”    -3”
1) In  this week-    day   room
2) And my   hair’s turnin’ gray

    2   =3” -3” -3” 2   3   2
1) I’m talk-in’ to the sha-dows 
2) I’m talk-in’ to the sha-dows

    -3”-3”  -3” 2   3
1) One o’-clock to four
2) One o’-clock to four

    2   -3”  -3”  -3” -2  3   3    3   2 
1) And Lord, how slow the mo-ments go when
2) And Lord, how slow the mo-ments go when

   -3” -3” -3” 2   3    -3”   4  -2’
1) All I   do  is pour black cof-fee
2) All I   do  is pour black cof-fee

     5   -4   4     -3”   -2  2
1) Since the blues caught my eye
2) Love’s a    sor- ry    af-fair

    2   -3   -4’  -4  5    -4’  -3”
1) I’m hang- in’  out on   Mon- day  
2)  I  know where all the blues are

      -2’ -2’ -4    -3   -3”  -3”
1)    My  Sun-day dreams to   dry
2) ‘Cause, ba-by,  I’ve been there

   -3”-3” -4  5  -4   4  -4  5  4 -3”
1) Now a  man is born to go  a lov-in’
2) Now a man is born to love a  wo-man

  -3”   -4  5     -4  5   -5   6   5
1) A    Wo-man’s born to weep and fret
2) To work and  slave to pay  her debts
 
   5    -5  -5  -5   -5   -5   6 -5 -5   
1) To  stay at home  and tend her o-ven
2) And just be-cause he’s on- ly  hu-man

   -4   -5   -5  -5   -5  -2”  
1) And drown her past re-grets 
2) To  drown his past re-grets

   -5  5   5   5   5 5    2
1) In cof-fee and ci-ga-rettes
2) In cof-fee and ci-ga-rettes

    2   -3” -3” -3”  2   -2  2    2
1) I’m moon-in’ all the morn-in’ and 
2) I’m moon-in’ all the morn-in’ and 

    -3”  -3” -3”  3    2
1) Mourn-in’ all the night
2) Mourn-in’ all the night

    2  -3” -3” -3”   2   3  3   3    2 
1) And in  be-tween it’s ni-co-tine and
2) And in  be-tween it’s ni-co-tine and

   -3”  -3”  -3”  2    3    -3”   4  -2’
1) Not much heart to fight black cof-fee
2) Not much heart to fight black cof-fee

    5  -4    -4’ -3”-2    2
1) Feel-in’ low  as the ground
2) Feel-in’ low  as can   be

   -2’   -3” -4’ 5   6  6
1) It’s driv-in’ me cra-zy 
2) It’s driv-in’ me cra-zy 

    -5   -4  -4’  -4 5  -4’-3”
1) This wait-in’ for my ba-by
2) This wait-in’ for my ba-by

   -2’-3” 4   -5 -3” -3”
1) To may-be come a-round
2) To may-be come a-round

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