There Will Never Be Another You was composed by Harry Warren in 1942. The song follows a 32 bar AB form and is often played in the key of Eb major. This is an analysis of the harmony in *There Will Never Be Another You *and an explanation of the concepts used in the analysis. The image above shows my full analysis, which I will explore in more detail below. You can refer to the conventions page to explore the analytic concepts used or get the PDF for free.
The A section begins diatonically with the I followed by a ii-V of vi. This leads to the vi for two measures followed by a ii-V that resolves to the minor plagal IV-vi cadence leading to I-vi-II-ii-V.
The B section begins the same as the A section with I followed by a ii-V of vi followed by a ii-V that resolves to the minor plagal IV-vi. It varies after this by going to a I-II before a turnaround of I-VII-I-IV-ii-V-I.