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Tablature v1:

xA|-----0---3-2-|-----0---5-3-|-----10-7---2-0-|-8-8-7-3-5-3--|
xE|-----0-------|-----1-------|-----0------1---|-----0-----0--|
xC|-----0-------|-----0-------|-----0------0---|-----0-----0--|
xG|-0-0-0-0-----|-0-0-2-0-----|-0-0-0----5-0---|-----0-----0--|


Tablature v2 - easier -:

xA|--------------------------------------------------|
xE|----------------1--0--------------------3--1------|
xC|--0--0----2--0-----------0--0----2--0-------------|
xG|--------------------------------------------------|

xA|--------3--0-------------1--1--0------------------|
xE|--------------1--0----------------1--3--1---------|
xC|--0--0--------------2-----------------------------|
xG|--------------------------------------------------|


Version with chords:

      D           A
Happy Birthday to You
      A           D
Happy Birthday to You
      D             G
Happy Birthday dear *NAME*
      D        A--D--
Happy Birthday to You    
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120 Comments

  1. I like using -2 with a capo on the first or second fret.

  2. Jade Veggieballs

    worked great! its my cousins birthday and my mum wants to buy him a fish. HES 25! so I’m going to teach my mum this so she doesn’t embarrass herself. i found that the strumming pattern -down- -down- -up- works perfect until the end then i did
    happy birthday to you
    D D Am D
    -down, down- -up- -down-

  3. louistheukulele

    i like this song thanks

  4. I prefer +3 with a c7 instead of a c

  5. I prefer:
    ……F………..C7
    Happy birthday to you,
    …….C7……….F
    happy birthday to you,
    …………………Bb
    happy birthday dear “name”,
    ……F…….C7.F
    happy birthday to you

  6. I prefer:
    F C7
    Happy birthday to you,
    C7 F
    happy birthday to you,
    Bb
    happy birthday dear “name”,
    F C7 F
    happy birthday to you

  7. Hey does anyone know the strumming pattern?? or is it just down

  8. Not only does LOSER lack the ability to be civil, they lack the basic knowledge of simple grammar, such as the difference between the word your and you’re. If you have nothing good to say, or lack basic speaking and writing skills, then don’t be critical of others!

  9. Kid ukulele pro player

    I hate the song I was looking for an hard ukulele song because this bru this is rubbish I’m intermediate I need harder boii

  10. Kid ukulele pro player

    Brush this sucks the songs for jerks I’m kidding I need intermediate
    Ukulele songs not rubbish songs

  11. Ukulele Boss

    I prefer -2. Sounds like the real song

  12. Use +3 but instead of b flat use g7
    You’re welcome

  13. Does anyone know the strum patter. My rabbits want to know for the guinea pigs bday. Btw she’s turning 34 this year. Wish her a happy bday @potterholelettucefish on instagram and Twitter. Or you can send her a chicken wing at 3829 orange downside blvd in Ohio California. That’s her PO box. Bye judice!!

  14. Um silvespa your version like sucks alot and i don’t know if your playing in a different key? But like don’t be a dick head cuz ur version sucks ass

  15. JIMMYJEWTRON

    EAR RAPE

  16. hi i didn’t really like this song so i made my own version —
    c g g c c f
    happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday dear name
    f c
    happy birthday to you

    • you can find that version if you transpose the song 2 steps down

      • ok thanks this is just what i needed and i bet you are like a pro at the use i am just starting so this song is perfect for me to learn the cords and my moms birthday is in 2 days so now i can play a cool song for her and use the tips you gave me thx waffle!!

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