Sei sulla pagina 1di 4

Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II Music by Jerome Kern


Slow blues, swing





RH


pp

p
Eb Eb7 F7 Bb7#5 Bb13 Eb Ebmaj7 Eb Eb#5



Oh lis -ten sis - ter, I love my Mis -ter man and I can't tell yo' why,


Simile


Ab Abm Eb




Dere ain't no rea -son why I should love dat man


Simile
Original Copyright 1927 by TB Harms Co
Original publisher Chappell & Co Ltd, London (Out of print)
Music engraving for this version by Audio Graffiti (www.audiograffiti.com.au)
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (cont)


Bb7 Bb7#5 Bb7 Eb




Itmust be sump -in dat de an - gels done plan.


Eb7 F7 Bb7#5 Bb13 Eb Ebmaj7 Eb7


De chimb -ley's smok - in' De roof is leak - in' in, But he don't seem to care.


Simile


Ab Abm Eb




He can be hap -py with just a sip of gin.


Simile


Bb7 Bb7#5 Bb7 Eb Ebm Eb




I e - ven loves him when his kiss - es got gin.











2
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (cont)


Eb Cm Fm7 Gm Bb7 Eb Cm Ab Abm


p


Fish got to swim and birds got to fly, I got to love one man till I die,











pmf


Eb Cm Cb7 Bb7 Eb Abmaj7 Ab6 Eb






Can't help lov - in' dat man of mine. delicately






pp

Eb Cm Fm7 Gm Bb7 Eb Cm Ab Abm






Tell me he's la - zy, tell me he's slow, Tell me I'm cra - zy, may - be, I know,








p



Eb Cm Cb7 Bb7 Eb Ab Eb Ab Eb




Can't help lov - in' dat man of mine


3
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (cont)

Ab6 A Eb F7 Eb


cresc.


When he goes a - way Dat's a rain - y day, And when he comes






cresc.




Eb Bb7 Eb Cm Fm7 Bb13 Bb7


ff

f



back dat day is fine, The sun will shine. He can come home as late as can be,











ff
f


Simile

Eb Cm Ab Abm Eb Cm Cb7 Bb7




dim.


Home with -out him ain't no home to me, Can't help lov - in' dat man of









dim.






1. 2.


Eb F7b5 Bb13 Bb9#5 Eb F9 E9#5 Eb7




mine.


mine.














4