"Changing My Tune" as written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin....
Vm castles were crumbling,
and daydreams were tumbling,
December was battling with june.
but on this bright afternoon,
guess I'll be changing my tune.

kept on despairing,
beyond any caring,
if I jumped out of a balloon.
but I'm arranging,
from now to be changing my tune.

at last the skies are bright and shiny,
it's a human world once more.
yesterday's troubles are tiny,
what was I worried for?

wanted a permit,
to make me a hermit,
to grumble and glare at the moon.
but I'm arranging,
from now to be changing my tune.

Band now ends moderate tempo and swings in preparation for, and during ,ms.norton's
Presentation.

Bn no more the feeling,
that my world is reeling,
the fear that I'll fall,
and I'll swoon.
problems are easy to hewn,
that's why I'm changing my tune.

last night, a sailor,
adrift on a whaler,
a sailing into a typhoon.
but I'm arranging,
from now to be changing my tune.

at last the skies are bright and shiny,
it's a human world once more.
yesterday's troubles are tiny,
what was I worried for?

no more resentment,
I'm full of contentment.
afloat on a dreamy lagoon.
that's why we're arranging,
to be changing my tune.

Vm pretty soon,
Vm&bn we'll be changing our tune.


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"Changing My Tune" as written by Ira Gershwin George Gershwin

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