You’re My Everything is a tune written in 1931 by Harry Warren and Joseph Young. The lyrics were written by Mort Dixon. Popular versions of this song include the Miles Davis recording on his Prestige record “Relaxin” and Freddie Hubbard’s version on his hit record “Hub-tones”. This tune is most commonly played in C major.
Note that Freddie Hubbard applied some alternate changes to this tune that you should know. The play-along track uses the common changes however ends the form on an Ab major chord which is commonly done.

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Videos to learn the melody/changes

2 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for this. I have always enjoyed the Nat King Cole version of this song and wanted to dig a little deeper to see where it came from.

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