Artist Louis Armstrong
Album What A Wonderful world - Single
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Note Probably one of the most beautiful songs ever, by Louis Armstrong.
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Verse:
       F        C     Dm        Am
I see trees of green, red roses too
Gm         F       A7         Dm     
I see them bloom, for me and you,
      Bb                C                F
And I think to myself, What a wonderful world.

Verse:
      F        C        Dm        Am
I see skies of blue and clouds of white,
Gm                 F        A7           Dm
The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night,
      Bb                C                F
And I think to myself, what a wonderful world

Verse:
    C                          F
The colours of a rainbow are so pretty in the sky
C                       F
Are also on the faces of people going by
        Dm             Am          Dm         Am
I see friends shaking hands saying how do you do
Dm             Am     F      C
They’re really saying I love you.

Verse:
       F      C     Dm           Am
I hear babies cry, I watch them grow
Gm                 F     A7             Dm
They'll learn much more than I'll ever know,
      Bb                C               F
And I think to myself what a wonderful world

      Bb                C                F
Yes I think to myself, what a wonderful world.
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tiani aerenga

who actually bashes people for liking an instrument? imagine being this rude and pressed over an instrument lmao

Nata

I like playing this on 7+ and mashing it up with Twenty One Pilots Can’t Help Falling in Love! View Renee Dominque’s video to see what I’m talking about

ummm duh

Twenty One Pilots did a cover, they didn’t write the song Elvis Presley did.

Scotty

Um, duh duh 2. While Elvis was the performer, it was written by Hugo Peretti an team. Can anyone name a song Elvis actually wrote?

ukulele

heartbreak hotel)

yass_queen31

haters gon hate…

Elely

home is where the heart is (IF YOU DONT KNOW THE SONG HOW ARE YOU HUMAN)

Hannah

Dude Elvis Presley did not write this! Louis Armstrong did! Culture ppl culture

Leo

Read the discussion thats not what they are saying, they are saying elvis did not write can’t help falling in love, hugo perreti wrote it.

bacon and bread

Louis Armstrong though he is the cutest old man ever didn’t write this song either it was bruddah iz fyi

addi

the cords in twenty one pilots cover are easier than elvis’

UkuGirl

actually Elvis Presley didn’t write the song, someone else did and Elvis really liked it, so he asked the guy if he could sing the song to make it popular and famous!

Random person

This whole discussion is just confusing

yass_queen31

That’s exactly what I did! We had to play a song on the uke for r music class, and I chose this one :))
#LOUIS_ARMSTRONG.forever<3

Michael Paul Helms

I think the F on ‘I love you’ should be Gm? I can’t make the vocals fit elsewise

Julie

I fully agree that is a smart move

Anonymous

You’re right – it’s F on I, Gm on love, and C on you. :))

Hans

Super, easy for an old chap like me

Selina

try pickig 3121 <3

stella

this is so cool!!! now i can play it eventhough im a absolute beginner

John

Very puzzling. I’m “good enough” to gig on upright bass in four jazz groups and a couple of big bands, and have played guitar for 40 years, but I prefer playing uke to guitar.

Jujuliette147

Hey guys! What strumming pattern do you use on this one? Thanks!

charlotte

– 5 has the easier chords and good if your a little lower when singing

Bruised Soup

love it.

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