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I Can See Clearly Now – Johnny Nash

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  • _C
  • _D
    _C#
    _Db
  • _E
    _D#
    _Eb
  • _F
  • _G
    _F#
    _Gb
  • _A
    _G#
    _Ab
  • _B
    _A#
    _Bb
  • .C
  • .D
    .C#
    .Db
  • .E
    .D#
    .Eb
  • .F
  • .G
    .F#
    .Gb
  • .A
    .G#
    .Ab
  • .B
    .A#
    .Bb
  • C
  • D
    C#
    Db
  • E
    D#
    Eb
  • F
  • G
    F#
    Gb
  • A
    G#
    Ab
  • B
    A#
    Bb
  • ^C
  • ^D
    ^C#
    ^Db
  • ^E
    ^D#
    ^Eb
  • ^F
  • ^G
    ^F#
    ^Gb
  • ^A
    ^G#
    ^Ab
  • ^B
    ^A#
    ^Bb
  • *C
  • *D
    *C#
    *Db
  • *E
    *D#
    *Eb
  • *F
  • *G
    *F#
    *Gb
  • *A
    *G#
    *Ab
  • *B
    *A#
    *Bb
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A wonderful song that everyone will have heard, "I Can See Clearly Now" initially became popular after it's release in 1972 in the UK and US and has been covered many times since. It was used as part of the soundtrack in the 1993 film Cool Runnings, introducing it to a new generation.

Uplifting to listen to and lovely to play - I hope you enjoy the letter notes below, whatever instrument you're playing :)

Ps. If you can help me out with the ending, any improvement suggestions would be appreciated :P

 

^C ^D ^E  ^F-E   ^D    ^C  ^E  ^C   G
I can see clearly now, the rain is gone

^C ^D ^E ^F  ^F-E-D   B  ^C  ^D
I can see all obstacles in my way

^C      ^D  ^E   ^F-E  ^D-C
Gone are the dark clouds

^C    ^E   ^C     G
That had me blind

G     G-G    G   G   Bb
It's gonna be a bright

^D            F
Bright, bright

A  ^C-^D  ^C
Sun shiny day...

 

^G  ^G  ^G-^F-^D#
Look all around

^G          ^G - F   ^D#  ^F  ^D-^C-^D-^C-Bb
There's nothing but blue skies

^G       ^G      ^G-^D#
Look straight ahead

^G-^F   ^D#  ^G ^G-^F#-^F
Nothing but blue skies        ~       ~

 

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