There Will Never Be Another You
Composed by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon, in 1942 for the movie Iceland. The song was originally introduced to the jazz world by Woody Herman in 1942. It became a popular standard with jazz musicians in the 1950's. This song has been interpreted in a wide range of style, from a ballad to a medium-up swing. Other songs based on the chord changes are Horace Silver's "Split Kick" and John Scofield's "Not You Again".
*Note: Standards are often written with out much "Jazz style". You need to impart the style and "swing" feel by altering the written rhythm through anticipations and other rhythmic alterations.