Artist Anson Seabra
Album Welcome To Wonderland - Single
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Intro: D  Gbm7 Bm G
 
Verse 1:
D
Welcome to Wonderland
D
We've got it all
Gbm7
Potions and pastries that make you grow tall
Bm                                              G
Forests and cottages, castles and cards that can talk
 

D
Welcome to Wonderland
D
Look where you're at
Gbm7
Maddest of hatters
    Gbm7
The Cheshire Cat
Bm                                         G
Magical cabins and lovely white rabbits with clocks
 
Chorus:
G                 D
Dancing through a dream
     Gbm7      Bm
Underneath the stars
G                 D        Asus4 A
Laughing till the morning comes
G             D            Gb    Bm
Everyone that leaves has a heavy heart
A   G            A     
Oh, Wonderland I love
 
Verse 2:
D
Welcome to Wonderland
D
I'll be your guide
Gbm7
Holding your hand under sapphire skies
Bm
Let's go exploring or we could just go for
  G
a walk
 

D
Welcome to Wonderland
D
Where should we go
Gbm7
There's a tea party along down the road
Bm                                            G
Make an appearance and maybe they'll sing us a song
 
Chorus:
G                 D
Dancing through a dream
     Gbm7      Bm
Underneath the stars
G                 D        Asus4 A
Laughing till the morning comes
G             D            Gb    Bm
Everyone that leaves has a heavy heart
A   G            A     
Oh, Wonderland I love
 
Bridge:
Em                    A
Nothing around here is quite
      D
as it seems
Em                    Asus4 A
Not sure if anything's real   or
D
 a dream
        Em                      A
And the only thing sure from the start
       Gb                         Bm
is the song that's inside of your heart
A     G
Don't let
    A     
it leave
 
Chorus:
G             D             Gbm7       Bm
If this was a dream then at least I've got
G                 D        Asus4 A
memories for when morning comes
G               D            Gb    Bm
Now that I must leave with a heavy heart
A   G     Gm     D
Oh, Wonderland I love
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heyheyhey

I suggest +1 for an easier version

Raven

I’m a self-taught beginner and I was wondering what +1 means

Cruz Leras

Use the transposer near the top to transpose/raise the octave I think.

boo

cruz leras is right it raises the octave/ lowers it

boo

but if u are a self-taught i suggest clicking on -4 it is easier

louise

it means up a few notes. so it depends which best suits your voice. if you have a higher voice to up, if you have a lower voice, go down.

Madi

-4 is the easiest :)

madd hatter

i think so too

Ola

I was looking at 0 and my fingers were trying to stretch to the cords but since I haven’t played in a long time they couldn’t stretch that fat so I tried +1 and it was really easy, I’ve played those chords before so you didn’t have to learn anything new.

Mason

Well, -4 and +3

Mason

-4 for beginners

Mason

Or +3

boo

-4 is best for a soprano ukulele

boo

-4 is the best for beginers

BigBoiBrain

Do any of yall just look at the chords, gain 100% confusion, and immediately scroll down to the comments to see if anyone suggested an easier version?

UkePuke

Could someone out there please help me? For now, I have been trying out different strumming patterns, but none of them feel right! Anyone know a good strumming pattern?

dashsesh

ima sorry buuut can sb explain wat -4\+3 means?

heyheyhey

its a transposer… you will see that at the top…. its below the “Genre(s)”

Toni

if you look up at the top where it says transposer, and you press one of the numbers (like -4 or =3) it’ll give you a different set of chords that might be easier or sound better, ya know?

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