April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: My Way - Frank Sinatra

"My Way" is a song originally written by Paul Anka and popularized by the legendary American singer and actor Frank Sinatra in 1969.

C        A       C     A    G     A
And now, the end is near

C       A  G   A     G    A-G    G-F#
And so I face the final curtain

D       Bb     D   Bb   A   Bb
My friend, I'll say it clear

D      Bb    A    Bb    ^C    ^C      G    Bb-A
I'll state my case, of which I'm certain

B       ^C    B   ^C   ^D     ^C
I've lived a life that's full

^D      A-^C      Bb    Bb    Bb-A    ^C-Bb
I've traveled each and every highway

^C        A         C       Bb       A      G
And more, much more than this

E   F    G   G    F
I did it my way

The song is known for its powerful lyrics that speak of a person who has lived life on their own terms and with no regrets. "My Way" became one of Sinatra's signature songs, and has since become a classic and beloved piece of popular music. The song has been covered by numerous artists in many different languages and musical styles, and has been featured in countless films, TV shows, and other media.

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