Some Enchanted Evening

Written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers
Recorded Feb/March 2014
Released on Shadows in the Night (2015)
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem

Quite a lot of barre chords in this one, but it's not really hard to play. I've included a version with a capo on the 2nd fret, which makes it a little easier

Chords:
Bmaj7     x24342
D#7       x6564x
Co        x34242
F#13      242342
                
C#m7 . F#7 .  | Bmaj7  .  Do  . |
C#m6 . .   .  | F#13   .  .   . |
            
Bmaj7                   
Some enchanted evening, 
C#m7          F#      C#m7  F#7    /c
You may see a stranger   
B                    D#7
you may see a stranger           
 E6
across a crowded room
    D#m7       C#m7    D#m7  Cm#7 
And somehow you know, 
    D#7       G#m  .  B7 .
you know even then
E  .      D#m7   .        C#m7   . .  .  
     That somehow, you'll see her again
F#13     B   Co  C#m7 F#13 
    and again
            
Some enchanted evening, 
someone may be laughing
You may hear her laughing 
across a crowded room
And night after night, 
as strange as it seems
The sound of her laughter will sing 
in your dreams
            
E       D#m7        C#m7             B
Who can explain it, who can tell you why?
E              D#m7     C#7            F#13
Fools give you reasons, wise men never try
            
Some enchanted evening, 
when you find your true love
When you feel her call you 
across a crowded room
Then fly to her side 
and make her your own
E     D#m7             C#m7  
   Or all through your life  
D#m7       C#m7 
   you may dream   
F#13    B  
   all alone
            
E                D#m7       C#m7          B
Once that you've found her, never let her go
E             D#m7       C#7   F#13    B      Bmaj7
Once you have found her, never let her go
            

Version with capo 2nd fret

Bm7 . E7 .  | Amaj7  .  Co  . |
Bm6 . .   .  | E13   .  .   . |
            
Amaj7     
Some enchanted evening, 
Bm7          E       Bm7  E7    /Bb
You may see a stranger   
A                    C#7
you may see a stranger           
 D6
across a crowded room
    C#m7       Bm7    C#m7  Bm7 
And somehow you know, 
    C#7       F#m  .  A7 .
you know even then
D  .      C#m7   .        Bm7    . .  .  
     That somehow, you'll see her again
E13      A   Bbo  Bm7 E13 
    and again

    . . . 
            
D       C#m7        Bm7              A
Who can explain it, who can tell you why?
D              C#m7     B7             E13
Fools give you reasons, wise men never try