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What A Wonderful World Acoustic chords

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This acoustic version plays well, scrolls evenly, and sounds great with only one or two musicians. Chords are accurately placed, if a chord appears before the word below, then it is played before the word is sung. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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James Taylor, Paul Simon, and Art Garfunkel - What a wonderful world

[Intro]
G  Em  C  D 

[Verse 1]
G                      Em        
 Don't know much about history
C                   D
 Don't know much bi-ology
G                              Em
 Don't know much about science books
C                          D
 Don't know much about the French I took

G                   C
 But I do know that I love you
G                       C
 And I know that if you love me, too
       Em        D                G  
What a wonderful world this would be

[Verse 2]
G                         Em
 Don't know much about ge-ography
C                     D
 Don't know much trigonometry
G                      Em
 Don't know much about algebra
C                        D
 Don't know what a slide rule is for

G                        C
 But I know that one and one is two
G                      C
 And if this one could be with you
       Em        D                G 
What a wonderful world this would be

[Break]
G   C    
G   C   
Em  D   G

[Bridge]
    D                G
Now I don't claim to be an "A" student
D                  G
 But I'm trying to be
         Em        Em7               
Maybe by being an "A" student, baby, 
D        Em/C     G/B      Am/A                
 I could win your love for me

[Verse 3]
G                          Em
 Don't know much about the middle ages
C                           D
 Look at the pictures and I turn the pages
G                            Em
 Don't know nothing 'bout no rise and fall
C                         D
 Don't know nothing 'bout nothing at all

G                             C
 Girl it's you that I've been thinking of
G                    C
 And if I could only win your love
       Em        D                G     
What a wonderful world this would be

[Outre]
G                      Em        
..(Guitar)............ history
C                   D
................ bi-ology
G                              Em
.............................. science books
C                          D
...................... the French I took

G                   C
 But I do know that I love you
G                       C
 And I know that if you love me, too
       Em        D                G  
What a wonderful world this would be

       Em        D                G  C  G
What a wonderful world this would be

            
            
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motjuste 30 Jul 12, 2017 06:55 PM

Like it all except the bridge. I would come in with Em at a he beginning of the line starting with "Maybe by being..." The last line of the bridge to me is a simple A7 and a D man.

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