What a Wonderful World – Sam Cooke

Difficulty: Medium

Can be played on piccolo

Views: 3115

Watch on Youtube

Not to be confused with the Louis Armstrong version, this song was released in 1960 and has remained in many radio playlists since.


B            ^D      ^E      ^D-B    G-A-G
Don't know much about history

E               G         G      G-A-A-B
Don't know much biology

B          ^D         ^E    ^D-B   A    G - A      G
Don't know much about a science book,

E          G        G          G      G     A       A    AB
Don't know much 'bout the french I took.


B  ^D  ^E  ^D     B    G    A     G
But I do know that I love you,

B    ^D   ^E   ^D    B    A     G     A      G
And I know that if you love me, too,

B          B      B-A-G         G         E         G      G
What a wonderful world this would be!


B        A     A        B      E   G    A    B     A - G
Now, I don't claim to be an "A" student,

G       G    ^D     A   B
But I'm tryin' to be.

G       G-A     B     A-G   G    G     A - B      A - G
For maybe by being an "A" student, baby,

G   G    A     G       A     G    A-B
I can win your love for me!

Like it? Please rate it!

Not greatNeeds workOKGoodPerfect! (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Comments, chat, etc

Sharing is caring :)

Related categories

Have you played these?