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Cmaj7 Am7
Moon  river
Fmaj7        Cmaj7
Wider than a mile
    Fmaj7           Cmaj7
I'm crossing you in style
    Bbmaj7      E7
    Am7   C7
Oh, dream maker
    Fmaj7 Bb7
You heart breaker
    Am7         Gbm7   B7  
Wherever you're go  -  ing
    Em7 A7  Dm7  G7
I'm go- ing your way

Cmaj7 Am7
Two   drifters
Fmaj7          Cmaj7
Off to see the world
        Fmaj7         Cmaj7
There's such a lot of world
   Bm7       E7
To see
      Am7 Am7  
We're af- ter  the
Gbm7   F7        Cmaj7 
Same   rainbow's end
Fmaj7             Cmaj7
Waiting round the bend
   Fmaj7       Cmaj7
My Huckleberry friend
Am7  Dm7   G7     C6   Dm7,G7,Cmaj7-Hold-
Moon river    and me...    
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  1. the original key is D minor (which is -7)

  2. I really like this song and it’s actually quite simple to Play! I just replace Fmaj7 with F and F7 with Fm. It sounds really nice. -5 is also quite simple, just replace Fmaj7 and F7 the way I said before. It’ll work really nicely

  3. This song has totally the chord progression of La Vie en Rose. Mind blown.

  4. Look up cynthia lin’s version for a much much easier and very pretty way to play it :)

  5. -5 is probably the easiest version

  6. This is such a simple song…there has to be a less ridiculous version….that’s just crazy cakes!

  7. Is there any Moon River version that is easier to play?

  8. These chords are not that difficult, just needs a bit of practice. Not much warrior spirit in you Jesterwarrior. More like give in at the slightest difficulty. But then you are a joker.

  9. divergentmai

    Obviously people more advanced than you Jesterwarrior

  10. Jesterwarrior

    This is a joke, who would play chords like that, probably written for a piano then transposed.

  11. @bee: the Gbm7 is no less stretchy, so probably much of a muchness…
    I find chord progressions on -5 to be more natural and better attuned to my voice.

  12. i love this song so so much :) It’s pretty difficult to play on uke but I find the +2 version easiest to play because it doesn’t have the dreaded Fmaj7 in it! :D

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