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What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

Difficulty: Easy

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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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Another classic song which has been covered numerous times and included in countless films since it was release in 1967. Slow and mellow, great for a beginner to practice dropping in those low C's and B flats - good luck!

 

C   E      F      A    ^C
I see trees of green,

^D  ^D-^D  ^C
Red roses too

Bb Bb   Bb       A
I see them bloom,

G      G     G     F
For me and you

F       F    F      F      F - F
And I think to myself,

F         F      E - F - G       A
What a wonderful world.

 

C    E     F     A    ^C
I see skies of blue,

^D      ^D    ^D    ^C
And clouds of white.

Bb     Bb          Bb         A
The bright blessed day,

G       G       G  -  G     F
The dark sacred night.

F       F    F      F     F - F
And I think to myself,

F         F      E - F - G        F
What a wonderful world...

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