For Me and My Gal


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For Me and My Gal

Words by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz Music by George W. Meyer 1917 Hear the Fabulous Heftones sing their 2004 version from their Moon June Spoon album. View original 1917 sheet music from the Lester S. Levy Collection at Johns Hopkins University.
[Verse 1] C7 F What a beautiful day, for a wedding in May D7 G7 See the people all stare, at the lovable pair C7 F She's a vision of joy, he's the luckiest boy. D7 G7 In his wedding array, hear him smilingly say; [Chorus] G7 C The bells are ringing, for me and my gal G7 C The birds are singing,for me and my gal E7 Am7 Ev'rybody's been knowing, to a wedding they're going D7 G7 and for weeks they've been sewing, every Susie and Sal C They're congregating, for me and my gal G7 E7 The parson's waiting, for me and my gal C C7 and some day, I'm goin' to build a little home for two, F F#dim or three or four or more G7 C in loveland, for me and my gal [Verse 2] C7 F See the relatives there, looking over the pair D7 G7 They can tell at a glance, it's a loving romance C7 F It's a wonderful sight, as the families unite D7 G7 Gee it makes the boy proud, as he says to the crowd