It Might As Well Be Spring Chords by Andy Williams

The track was written by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II & Rodgers & Hammerstein.

G F I'm as restless as a willow
in a windstorm
G I'm as jumpy as a puppet
Dm7 G7
on a string
C Cm G Bm7 E7 I'd say that I had Spring fever Am7 D7 Gmaj7 G D7 But I know it isn't Spring [Verse]
G I am starry-eyed and
vaguely discontented
G Like a nightingale without
Dm7 G7
a song to sing
C Cm G Bm7 E7 Oh, why should I have Spring fever Am7 D G F D# C# C When it isn't even Spring? [Bridge]
Am7 Dm7 G7 I keep wishing I were somewhere else Dm7 G C Bm7 E7 Walking down a strange new street Am Hearing words that
F#m B7
I have never heard
Em A7 Am D D7 From a girl I've yet to meet........ [Verse]
G F G F I'm as busy as a spider spinning daydreams G I'm as giddy as
Dm7 G7
a baby on a swing
C B7 I haven't seen a crocus
or a rosebud
Am7 D7 F#m7 B7 E7 Or a robin on the wing [Bridge]
A7 But I feel so gay in
Am7 D7
a melancholy way
G Em7 That it might as well
Em C7
be Spring......
Bm7 E7 Am7 D G F G It might as well be Spring.........

Chords Info

  • Tuning: Standard(E A D G B E)
  • Key: G
  • Chords: G, F, Dm7, G7, C, Cm, Bm7, E7, Am7, D7, Gmaj7, D, D#, C#, Am, F#m, B7, Em, A7, F#m7, Em7, C7
  • BPM:
  • Suggested Strumming:
  • D= Down Stroke, U = Upstroke, N.C= No Chord

Track Info

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