That's girl, she still alive in our dream, in our life, from 1964...
She always young, always naked her foot and walked on the beach...
D6/9 E7/9 Em9 Tall and tan and young and lovely, The girl from Ipanema goes walking, And when she passesA7/6 Dmaj9 Bbm6 Dmaj7 each one she passes goes "a-a-ah!"Dmaj9 E7/9 Em9 When she walks she's like a samba that, Swings so cool and sways so gentle, That when she passesA7/6 Dmaj9 D6/9 each one she passes goes "a-a-ah!"Ebmaj7 G#7 Ebm7 B7 B7/6 Em9 Gm6 Oh, but I watch her so sadly, How can I tell her I love her? Yes, I would give my heart gladlyF#m7 F#dim Em7 A7/-9 But each day when she walks to the sea, She looks straight ahead not at meDmaj7 Dmaj9 E7/9 Em9 Tall and tan and young and lovely, The girl from Ipanema goes walking, And when she passesA7/6 Dmaj9 I smile, but she doesn't see, She just doesn't see, No she doesn't see
I smile, but she doesn't see...
You'll see. One day.