Some Enchanted Evening (chromatic)

from: "South Pacific"

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SOME ENCHANTED EVENING
W: Oscar Hammerstein II
M: Richard Rogers
From: “South Pacific”
Key: C

 3   -2*  -3  3   3   1   
Some En-chant-ed Eve-ning  
 3  -2* -3  3   3   -4
You may see a stran-ger 
 3  -2* -3  3   3    4
You may see a stran-ger  
4   4   4  -3   2   -1
A-cross a crowd-ed room 
-1   2    3   2   -1
And some-how you know  
-1   2   3  2   1
You know e-ven then 
 -3   -4    4    -5     4  -4
That some-where you`ll see her 
-3  3   2 -1  2
a-gain and a-gain 

2. 
Some Enchanted Evening 
Some-one may be laughing 
You may hear her laughing 
Across a crowded room 
And night after night  
As strange as it seems 
The sound of her laughter 
will sing in your dreams

-2  -2  -2   2   2
Who can ex-plain it? 
-1  -1   -1  -1   1
Who can tell you why? 
 -2    -2  -2   2   2
Fools give you rea-sons  
 -1  -1  -1  -1  3
Wise men nev-er try 

 3   -2* -3   3   3   1
Some En-chant-ed Eve-ning 
 3   -2*  -3   3    3    -4
When you find your true love 
 3   -2*  -3   3   3    4
When you feel her call you  
4   4   4   -3  2   -1
A-cross a crowd-ed room 
 -1   2  3   2   -1
Then fly to her side  
-1   2    3   2    4
And make her your own 
-3 -4     4     -5   4
Or all through your life 
-4  -3    4   -3 -5   4
you may dream all a-lone 

 -2  -2   3     2    2
Once you have found her 
-1  -1 -1  -1  1
Nev-er let her go 
 -2  -2   -2    2    2
Once you have found her  
-1  -2 -3   4  6
Nev-er let her go

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