Not too sure about this one. Tangerine covered by Satsuma in a citrusy moment of fancy. Oh my darling Clementine.
Very easy but still impressive. This is a great piano song. Intro is C/F/C/F and the verse is the same. If you are a beginner, it is probably easier to sing the melody of the verse and play the chords rather than play all the chords and the melody together (more advanced).
The most universally sung song of all time, in every language. You will be able to play this at least once at year, heh heh! Guaranteed. THE CHANGES: E / / |B7 / / |B / / |E / / |E7 / / |A / Am /| E / B7 / |E / / ||
A McHappy tune but a tough one for the handspan-challenged. Played in one-two one-two Fats Waller rhythm in C major.
Seemingly tick tock classic bossanova rhythm, but you will find it naturally hard to keep up if you have never played funk, soul, latin, jazz or all three of these genres. If you are singing and playing it’s even harder, but if you are just focussing on one instrument it’s not too bad.
‘…His most intellectual close friends get to call him T.C….’
The band called Cake did a cover in the 90s which I liked. The original is disco and this one is funky. So if you don’t like funky stuff, don’t try this at home! It’s a like or dislike situation.