A child-like tune is always simply, catchy and easy to play. Learn to play the melody flawlessly first. Master the left hand rhythm second.
Totally easy and quick. TIP: Keep the rhythm slightly ‘swung’ and funky for a lighter feel.
Only 4 chords in the whole song, and technically you won’t even need to play any chords, just octaves in bass (left hand). The melody is strong so it will carry the tune. The bassline is just there to back it up.
I find the ploddy rhythm hymn-like. Something religious-sounding about the changes. It’s actually fun to play because the chords are doing all the work, so you don’t have to play complicated melodies or bass lines. This is not funk. Just make sure the chord progression is played slightly ‘swung’, that is, not on the beat
Yesterday – title says it all. No rehearsing or anything. Just playing it cold. Thought I would just record the first take!
Great, great fun to play. Octaves in bass line. Sustained A top note in melodic line.
“Nothing to get hung about…”
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).