Heute wieder ein Song von Frank Sinatra. My Way!
Die originale Komposition stammt aus Frankreich und trägt den Namen "Comme d'habitude". Den Text komponierte Paul Anka für Sinatra im Jahr 1968, nachdem er den Song während einem Aufenthalt in Frankreich im Radio hörte.
Viel Spass beim Spielen und Singen!
MY WAY Intro: C Em Dm7 G7 C Em/B And now, the end is near Gm6/Bb A7 And so I face the final curtain Dm Dm7 My friend, Ill say it clear G7 C Ill state my case, of which Im certain. C7 Ive lived a life thats full F Fm Traveled each and evry highway C G7 And more, more than this F6 C I did it my way. C Em/B Regrets, Ive had a few; Gm6/Bb A7 But then again, too few to mention. Dm Dm7 I did what I had to do G7 C I saw it through without exemption. C7 I planned each charted course F Fm Each careful step along the byway C G7 But more, much more than this F6 C I did it my way C C7 Yes, there were times, Im sure you knew F When I bit off more than I could chew Dm7 G7 But through it all, when there was doubt Em7 Am I ate it up and spit it out Dm7 G7 I faced it all and I stood tall C And did it my way. C Em/B Ive loved, Ive laughed and cried Gm6/Bb A7 Ive had my fill; my share of losing Dm Dm7 And now, as tears subside G7 C I find it all, so amusing C7 To think I did all that F Fm And may I say - not in a shy way C G7 No, oh no not me F6 C I did it my way C C7 For what is a man, what has he got? F If not himself, then he has naught Dm7 G7 To say the things he truly feels Em7 Am And not the words of one who kneels Dm7 G7 The record shows I took the blows C And did it my way!