Don't Get Around Much Anymore Duke Ellington
I don't know the Carmichael tunes, but here's Duke.
"Don't Get Around Much Anymore," by Bob Russell/Duke Ellington
Missed the Saturday Dance[C] [Dm7] [D#dim7] [C/E]
Heard they crowded the floor[A] [Bm7] [Cdim7] [A7/C#]
Couldn't bear it [D7]without you,[G7] don't get around much any[C]more[C/E] [Ebdim7] [Dm7] [C]
Other verses the same...The bar which leads into the bridge is just two
beats each of Gm7 and then C7, then we come to:
[F6]Darling, I g[Bb9]uess, my mind[Cmaj7]'s more at eas[C7]e, [C7#5]but [D7]nevertheless[F#m7b5] [B7]
[Em7] why[Ebdim7] stir up [D7]memori[G7]es?
After the last verse, end on that lovely C7#9 chord. Hope this is what
you need. If anybody needs full lyrics, help with the chords, or
whatever, let me know. As always, corrections and improvments welcome and
encouraged--it keeps me on my toes.
[--]"Perhaps the only true dignity of man is his capacity to despise himself."
---George Santayana, _The Ethics of Spinoza_