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Extended closing opening version

Rating: 3.7/5
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Posted By: pdpaddoc, Wed, 31 Mar 2010 More from this user
Key written in: G Major
How many parts: 5
Type: Other mixed
Lyrics:Emily, truly she lovely be my Emily
Comments:Made famous by Johnny Mandel and Johnny Mercer.

The second tenor part has a diddly, "My Emily" while everyone else holds. Baritone, your part is to envy for! After holding the 5th of that A-flat major 7 chord, you do a dual slide up to the G-6 and down to G-5.

The tag is the jazz tune's opening line, "Emily, Emily, Emily" in reharmonized, more telling chords.

The lyrics could also work with "Emily, truly she'll always be... (my Emily)"

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Arranger:Paul Paddock Year: unknown
Made famous by:Bill Evans, Jim Hall, Johnny Mercer Year: unknown
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