All Of Me chords
by Willie Nelson
- All Of Me is a popular jazz standard written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931. Willie Nelon recorded a version of the song in 1978 which was recorded on his album - Stardust.
- Music: G Major in 2/2 time at ~74 bpm .
- Chords: G, Am, A7, B7, Bm, Cm, D7, Em, E7
- Fairly Easy: This may sound tricky but the Bm and Cm are fairly easy to play in the open position, so beginners may want to try this one.
- Make sure you learn all the chords before playing the song otherwise it will be a 'stop-start' session.
All Of Me by Willie NelsonSong Key is highlighted - Transpose to any other key
G Cm G E7 Am D7 G D7 Am D Intro: 2/2 ‖ | | | | | | - | - ‖ G B7 1. All of me why not take all of me E7 Am Can't you see I'm no good with-out you B7 Em Take my arms I can lose them A7 D7 Take my lips I'll never use them G B7 2. Your good-bye left me with eyes that cry E7 Am I know that I'm no good with-out you G Cm Bm E7 You took the part that once was my heart Am D7 G D7 So why not take all of | me | | G D7 Am D Instr: Verses 1 & 2 ending last 2 bars of V2... | - | - | G B7 3. All of me why not take all of me E7 Am Can't you see I'm no good with-out you B7 Em Take my arms I can lose them A7 D7 Take my lips I'll never use them G B7 4. Your good-bye left me with eyes that cry E7 Am I know that I'm no good with-out you G Cm Bm E7 You took the part that once was my heart Am D7 Bm E7 So why not take all of | me - e | - e | Am D7 G D7 Am D So why not take all of | me - | - | Outro: Verse 1 & 2...
Chord Charts 🗝 G Major
Barre Line: One finger holds down multiple strings R: Root Note
Unmarked strings: Play open X: Don't play string B: Bass Note
Right Handed Charts:
Left Handed Charts:
Born: Willie Hugh Nelson on April 29, 1933 in Abbott, Texas, U.S.
Profession: Singer, musician, actor, activist
Instruments: Vocals, guitar
Music Style: Country, outlaw country, blues, jazz
Active Years: 1956–present
Associations: The Highwaymen, Waylon Jennings,Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Roger Miller, Glen Campbell, Loretta Lynn, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Leon Russell, Neil Young and many others.