To Each His Own The Platters
A r[CM7]ose must rem[F9]ain with the s[CM7]un and the r[F9]ain,
Or its l[CM7]ovely promise [Dm7]won't come [Em7]true;[Dm7]
[G7]To each his[Dm7/G] own, to [Dm7]each his own -- [Dm7/G]and my [CM7]own is y[FM7]ou.
What [CM7]good is a s[F9]ong, if the [CM7]words just don't bel[F9]ong?
And a d[CM7]ream must be a d[Dm7]ream for [Em7]two.[Dm7]
F#m7-5 B7 Em7 A7 Dm7 Fdim(I) C9
No good alone, to each his own -- for me there's you.
If a f[FM7]lame is to grow there must be a glow,
To [Em7]open each [A7]door there's a [Em7]key;[A7]
I ne[D]ed you, I know, I c[DM7]an't let you go;
Your [Am7]touch means too m[D7]uch to [G7]me.
Two l[C]ips must [BbM7]insist on two m[C]ore to be[BbM7] kissed,
Or they'll [CM7]never know what [Dm7]love can[Em7] do;[Em6] [Dm7] [G7]
To each[F#m7-5] his own,[B7] I'v[Em7]e foun[A7]d my own,
O[Dm7]ne and[G7] only yo[C]u.
(Repeat Last Verse)
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