Harry Connick Jr's "The Way You Look Tonight" Sheet Music on Chromatik

When Jerome Kern wrote the melody for “The Way You Look Tonight,” songwriter Dorothy Fields said that she found it so beautiful she had to leave the room and cry. Her response has become the standard for basically any human being that listens to this song, evolving into a romantic swing standard. Harry Connick Jr’s cover of the song may not be the most inventive recording, but his dedication to the warm vocals a la Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby is a respectable ode to the decadent vocalists of 1930s swing.