Artist Bing Crosby
Album White Christmas
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G                 Am         D
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
C              D7             G
Just like the ones I used to know
G                                 C
Where the tree tops glisten and children listen
G         Am                 D7       D
To hear sleigh bells in the snow


G                  Am        D
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
C           D7                G
With every Christmas card I write
G                          C
May your days be merry and bright
C       G          D7          G
And may all your Christmases be white


G                 Am         D
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
C              D7             G
Just like the ones I used to know
G                                 C
Where the tree tops glisten and children listen
G         Am                 D7       D
To hear sleigh bells in the snow


G                  Am        D
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
C           D7                G
With every Christmas card I write
G                          C
May your days be merry and bright
C       G          D7          G
And may all your Christmases be white
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hiya

i play it a bit differently if any of you think it sounds a bit wonky

G Am D
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
C D G
Just like the ones I used to know
G G7 C Cm
Where the tree tops glisten and children listen
G Em Am D
To hear sleigh bells in the snow

G Am D
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
C D G
With every Christmas card I write
G G7 C Cm
May your days be merry and bright
G Am G
And may all your Christmases be white

Howie

I agree with you. These chords sound much better to me.

RyLasko

This sounds GREAT! Thanks!

Angelika

Yes, sonds much better your way, thanks for sharing it with us

Lolo

I like this version too

Olivia

Thank you so much! I thought about adding the Cm after the C, but thank you for the rest! It sounds so much better than the chords given.

Graceetheturtle

Thank you I like this much better

gabriela

i personally think it sounds a little bit better if you change the last Am to a D

POTTERHEAD

that is great, except that this is just in a different key. Same sound, different notes. but thank you, i prefer this version.

Just a gurl and her uke

At the end instead of the G, C then Gm sounds really nice.

Last edited 5 days ago by fairyninjacm
hawaiian child

an easier alternate for d7 is holding down second fret first and third strings, it’s still d7 but in an easier lower octave!

Nano Shinonome

Moral of the song: have a wedding every christmas

Sunray21

If you play Cm instead of C over “merry and bright” it sounds very nice.

It's_Just_Pretty_Gr8

Luv it! Thanks so much, now it just needs to be Christmas…

Cyann

14 days <3

beginneruke

as my namne suggests im a beginner ukulele player and this has been quite an easy song to learn so i would reccommend it as a starter song to learn

Ello

What strumming pattern sounds best?

Just a gurl and her uke

UUDU aka the Hawaiian strum. Always my go to if I’m not sure.

Just a gurl and her uke

DDUUDU (sorry the first part didn’t make it in there)

AmericaJones

I don’t think C sounds better than D7. It clashes with my singing voice.

Grace

C works in place of D7

David

+5

Tom

Perfect. Thank you.

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