Artist Doris Day
Album Que Sera Sera
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           G                  
When I was just a little girl
                               Am
I asked my mother, what will I be
D   
Will I be pretty, will I be rich
D7                      G G7
Here's what she said to me.


      C          
Que Sera, Sera,
              G
Whatever will be, will be
                 D           D7
The future's not ours, to see
            G D
Que Sera, Sera
          D7       G
What will be, will be.


           G
When I was young, I fell in love
                                 Am
I asked my sweetheart what lies ahead
D
Will we have rainbows, day after day
D7                        G  G7
Here's what my sweetheart said.


      C          
Que Sera, Sera,
              G
Whatever will be, will be
                 D           D7
The future's not ours, to see
            G D
Que Sera, Sera
          D7       G
What will be, will be.


           G
Now I have children of my own
                                   Am
They ask their mother, what will I be
D
Will I be handsome, will I be rich
D7                G G7
I tell them tenderly.


      C          
Que Sera, Sera,
              G
Whatever will be, will be
                 D           D7
The future's not ours, to see
            G D
Que Sera, Sera
          D7       G
What will be, will be.
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MARGARET TROUSDALE

Good song for our fifth graders, changing out the words “girl” to “boy” and “pretty'” to “clever”. It’s positive. Indeed we make our own luck or opportunities in life. And some of life is hard, but rolling with it and doing the best we can is what “que sera, sera” is about.

Menchie

In the song, it goes:
Down – up, down, up, down.

ukulelefan123

Hey! Does anyone know the strumming pattern for this song?

Turtle

I just go with
Down – down up down up – down – down up down up

Deb

Any chance these could be typed in a bigger font size and in bold? It’s hard for us old folks to read the small, light print! Thanks for listening. And thanks for this great site.

kissingkillers

if you are on a laptop use your mouse pad and pinch it to zoom in and out :)

Jessica

Nice classic sounds great on the uke. I like doing the OG Doris Day key (transpose +2 or use a capo). I like combining plucking and strumming for this song.

I think some of the little changes here and there are necessary and eliminate most of the quick changes like second last line of the chorus–you can eliminate the second chord and just continue the other one until the next chord comes in and it’s not as complicated and easier to make it sound nice.

TheKangarooz13

This website helps a lot. Thanks for posting all of these amazing songs!

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