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White Christmas Chords

version 2
version 2

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  • More complete set of chords than most popular versions on UG.
  • This is an intermediate version with pull off chor... Show more
  • The chords are a bit more accurate as well as the timing.

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excellent!
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This is my first song, so bear with me. However, it is very simple. If you are a novice,
you should definitally use this version.

White Christmas
G                 Am         D
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
C              D7             G
Just like the ones I used to know
G                                 C
Where the tree tops glisten and children listen
G         Am                 D7       D
To hear sleigh bells in the snow
G                  Am        D
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
C           D7                G
With every Christmas card I write
G                          C
May your days be merry and bright
C       G          D7          G
And may all your Christmases be white


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AcsticRckr89 142 wrote on December 18 2006, 05:47 pm

the last C chord sounds better if u split it between a C and a Cm.... like two beats for the C and two beats for the Cm... but thats not necessary... good job

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natie boy 21 wrote on December 2 2008, 05:14 pm

if you add a G7 between the G's and the C's it adds a nice touch

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Innit 91 wrote on January 2 2009, 12:19 pm

I second natie boy.
On glisten and listen it would be nice to have:

G G7
Gli-sten

C C7
Li-sten

Great tab though!

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