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   F                                  E
The hills are alive with the sound of music,
     F6                                  Bb C7
With songs they have sung for a thousand years.
    F                                     E
The hills fill my heart with the sound of music.
   F              Bb         C  C7   F
My heart wants to sing ev'ry song it hears.


                  Bb            Bbdim
My heart wants to beat like the wings of the birds that rise
         Bb   Bbdim     F
from the lake to the trees.
    Bb            Bbdim
My heart wants to sigh like a chime that flies
       G7     G7-5  C
from a church on a breeze,
   Bb           Bbdim         F
to laugh like a brook when it trips and falls
     Bb     Bbdim  F
over stones on its way,
    Dm    Dm6        Am            Dm          G7          C
to sing through the night, like a lark who is learning to pray.


C7 F                                E
I go to the hills when my heart is lonely
   F                                  Bb Bbm
I know I will hear what I've heard before.
    F                   Am                  Bb   Gm7
My heart will be blessed with the sound of music
          Am   C7   F
and I'll sing once more.

DO A DEER

| C            |
 Doe, a deer, a female deer.
| G7                  |
 Ray, a drop of golden sun.
|C           |
 Me, a name I call myself.
|G9                     |
 Far, a long long way to run.
| C      C7           |  F
 Sew, a needle pulling thread.
|D7                  | G
 La, a note to follow sew.
| E7                      | Am    C7
 Tea, a drink with jam and bread.
          | Dm7      G7    |C              G7 |         
 That will bring us back to do - oh - oh - oh!
(last time)
          | Dm7      G7    |C   
 That will bring us back to do!

FAVORITE THINGS

Em
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens,
Cmaj7
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens,
Am7         D9       G            C
Brown paper packages tied up with strings,
G           C         F#m7     B7         Em   
These are a few of my favorite things.

Em
Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels,
Cmaj7
Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles,
Am7             D9           G             C
Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings,
G           C         F#m7     B7          E
These are a few of my favorite things.

E
Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes,
A
Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes,
Am7          D9           G         C
Silver white winters that melt into springs,
G           C         F#m7     B7m9
These are a few of my favorite things.

Em
When the dog bites,
Am7          B7
When the bee stings,
Em               C
When I'm feeling sad,
  C      Am7         A7       
I simply remember my favorite things
    G            C     D9 G
And then I don't feel, so bad

SIXTEEN 

           F                    A#               Gm     C           F
    You wait, little girl, on an empty stage, for fate to turn the light on.
                                    A#           Gm          C          F
    Your life, little girl, is an empty page that men will want to write on.
            Gm          - C
    To write on...
 
   F              C                    F                  D
1. You are sixteen going on seventeen, baby, it's time to think,
    Gm       C        F                  A#           Gm        C     - C7
    better beware, be canny and careful, baby, you're on the brink   
    F               C                   F                    D
    You are sixteen going on seventeen, fellows will fall in line,
    Gm                   F                   Gm        C        F
    eager young lads and roues and cads will offer you food and wine.
      A#           Gm              F      F7       A#
    Totally unprepared are you to face a world of men,
     A#                Gm                F        C         G   - C7
    timid and shy and scared are you of things beyond your ken.
     F                  C               F                   C  - C7
    You'll need someone older and wiser telling you what to do,
   F               C                  Gm         C      F      - C
    I am seventeen going on eighteen, I'll take care of you !
 
   F                     C                            F                   D
2. I am sixteen going seventeen I know that I'm naïve,
    Gm        C        F                      A#        Gm   C     - C7
    fellows I meet may tell me I'm sweet, and willingly I believe.
    F            C                   F               D
    I am sixteen going on seventeen, innocent as a rose.
    Gm       C        F           Dm        Gm        C       F
    bachelor dandies, drinkers of brandies, what do I know of those ?
      A#        Gm              F      F7         A#
    Totally unprepared am I to face a world of men,
    A#                 Gm             F        C        G   - C7
    timid and shy and scared am I of things beyond my ken.
    F              C                F                  C  - C7
    I need someone older and wiser, telling me what to do,
      F               C                 Gm     C       F     
    you are seventeen going on eighteen I'll depend on you!

THE LONLEY GOAT
F                      C7 F
High on a hill was a lonely goatherd
C                       F Bb   F
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
F                           C7         F
Loud was the voice of the lonely goatherd
C                     F
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

F                                  C7 F
Folks in a town that was quite remote heard
C                       F Bb   F
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
F                           C7         F
Lusty and clear from the goatherd's throat heard
C     C7                F
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

the Children:
C     F                 C  C7     F
O ho lay dee odl lee o, o ho lay dee odl ay
C       F         Bb F   C       Dm7  G    C
O ho lay dee odl lee o, lay dee odl lee o lay

Maria:
A prince on the bridge of a castle moat heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
Kurt:
Men on a road with a load to tote heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

the Children:
Men in the midst of a table d'hote heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
Maria:
Men drinking beer with the foam afloat heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

One little girl in a pale pink coat heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
Brigitta:
She yodeled back to the lonely goatherd
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

Maria:
Soon her Mama with a gleaming gloat heard
Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo
What a duet for a girl and goatherd
Maria and the Children:
Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo

Maria and the Children:
Ummm (ummm) . . .
C7
Odl lay ee (odl lay ee)
F9
Odl lay hee hee (odl lay hee hee)
C
Odl lay ee . . .
F
. . . yodeling . . .



EDELWEIS

A     E     A    D
Edelweiss, edelweiss
A      F#M         Bm7   E7
Every morning you greet me
A         E        A         D
Small and white, clean and bright
A        E7       A
You look happy to meet me
E                       A
Blossom of snow may you bloom and grow
D          B7   E  E7
Bloom and grow, forever
A    E      A    D
Edelweiss, edelweiss
A        E7       A
Bless my homeland forever


CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN


C      D      G        Gm7    C       Fmaj7
Climb ev'ry mountain, search high and low
Fm6     C            Dm7   G7       C
Follow every byway, ev'ry path you know.
 C      D     G        Gm7  C     Fmaj7
Climb ev'ry mountain, ford ev'ry stream,
 Fm6          C       Dm7      G7         C
Follow every rainbow till you find your dream!


C7  F             Fmaj7 
A dream that will need 
Dm      G             C  Cmaj7  Am7
all the love you can give,
 D7    G            Gmaj7 Em 
ev'ry day of your life 
        A           D  D7
for as long as you live.


 G     A7     D        Dm7  G     Cmaj7
Climb ev'ry mountain, ford ev'ry stream,
 Am     Am7   Dm  Dm7  C   E   F6   G7   C
Follow ev'ry rainbow till you find your dream!

SO LONG

        G   C
There's a sad sort of clanging
      D   G
From the clock in the hall
     C    G   D    G
And the bells in the steeple, too
 D  G
And up in the nursery
 C    D
An absurd little bird
   C  DG
Is popping out to say coo-coo
(Coo-coo, coo-coo) C G 2x


              D
Regretfully they tell us
              G
But firmly they compel us
       C
to say goodnight 
coo-coo 
(All) 
D   G
To you

G
So long, farewell
Auf Wiedersehen, goodnight
(Marta)
I hate to go and leave this pretty sight
D 

(Children)
G
So long, farewell
Auf Wiedersehen, adieu
(Fredrick)
Adieu, adieu
To you and you and you
D

(Children)
G
So long, farewell
Au revoir, Auf Weidersehen
(Leisel)
I'd like to stay
And taste my first champagne
D


(children)
G
So long, farewell
Auf Weidersehen, goodbye
(Kurt)
I leave and heave
A sigh and say goodbye
Goodbye
D 

(Brigitta)
G
I'm glad to go
I cannot tell a lie
(Louisa)
I flit, I float
I fleetly flee, I fly
D

(Gretel)
G
The sun has gone
To bed and so must I

(Children)So long, farewell
Auf Weidersehen, goodbye
C
Goodbye
D
Goodbye
G
Goodbye

(guests)
G
Goodbye

            
            
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