Artist The Jive Aces
Album The Jive Aces
Note The Jive Aces self produced a music video for their cover of this well known Morecambe and Wise theme song Bring Me Sunshine in a Louis Prima, jive style. Thank you very much Terry for sending this in! You can transpose it two half steps up (+2) to make it easier. Repeat the parts as necessary.
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Intro: Bb

         Bb                Cm  
Bring me sun-shine in your smile 
        F7            Bb
Make me happy all the while
In this world where we live
There should be more happiness...
So much joy you can give
To each brand new bright tomorrow

        Bb                Cm
Make me happy through the years
      F7           Bb
Never bring me any tears...
Let your arms be as warm
As the sun from up above
         C7            F7                 Bb
Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me love
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  1. My Grandpa introduced me to this piece, and I’m so glad he did! It’s so fun to play!

  2. ThePotatoMaster

    An awesomely fun and easy song!! A classic for the uke!! :D

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