Arrivederci Roma. 1964. I'm not sure who sang this song, but this is the first song I sang in public. I was 7 or 8 and it was in front of the class. I remember thinking this is a cool song. ** This song is my own interpretation and does not reflect any recording artist*** G Cm G B7 C E7 Am Arr ive der ci Ro ma , Goodbye goodbye to Rome. D7 D9 D7 D9 D7 D9 D7 City of a million moonlit places, city of a million warm embraces. D7 D9 D7 G [ch]Ddim7[/ch] Am7 D7 Where I found the one of all the faces, far from home. G Cm G B7 C-E7-Am Arr ive der ci Ro ma, it's time for us to part. D7 D9 D7 D9 D7 Save the wedding bells for my returning , D7 D9 D7 D9 D7 Keep my lover's arms outstretched and yearning. D7 D9 D7 D9 D7 G Am7 D7 Please be sure the flame of love keeps burning in her heart. Repeat. And finish with G F9 G. Hope it suits. Tabbed by Bob. Life is short, but it's the longest thing you'll do.