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D            Dmaj7        D6                D           Ebdim
Jingle-bell, Jingle-bell, Jingle-bell Rock. Jingle-bell swing and
 Em          A7    Em          A7        Em         A7        
Jingle-bell ring. Snowin' and blowin' up bushels of fun.
Em       A7                   D            Dmaj7         D6          
Now the jingle-hop has begun. Jingle-bell, Jingle-bell, Jingle-bell Rock.
D            Ebdim    Em          A7
Jingle-bells chime in Jingle-bell time.  
Em          A7          Em         A7        Em     A7     D Em D
Dancin' and prancin in Jingle-bell Square  in the frosty air.__

D             G                                   Abdim                   D
__     What a bright_ time,__ it's the right__ time__ to rock the night away.
          E7                                          A7  tacet                         
Jingle-bell__ time__ is a swell time__  to go glidin' in a one-horse sleigh.
D             Dmaj7      D6                D                   Gbm7     B7
Giddy-ap, jingle horse pick up your feet.__  Jingle around the clock.  
G                                Gm
Mix and mingle in a jin-gl-in' beat.__

    E7       A7          D         
 That's the Jingle-bell Rock.    
    E7      A7           E7         A7           E7         A7          D 
 that's the jingle-bell  that's the jingle-bell  that's the Jingle-bell Rock.    
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  1. I use -2 but Dbdim doesnt sound quite right so i use Am instead. :>

  2. drummer girl

    this was a super awesome arrangement!! i taught it to my student and she lerned it super fast and so did i!

  3. -2 and put a cap on the 2nd fret

  4. I think they’re all hard

  5. Whenever you are at the last air (in the frosty air.__)((if you want)) make the last D, D7, if you want to make it sound more bridged and connected

  6. Great song!

  7. I agree, transposing it -2 is much easier, especially if your beginning

  8. I transposed it -2, so much easier and still quite beautiful.

  9. Awesome song! At first the chords are a little confuzzling but once you get the hang of it its really fun to play!! :D

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