Moon River Uke tab by Audrey Hepburn

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G chordG Em7 chordEm7 C chordC G chordG
Moon river wider than a mile
C chordC G chordG Am chordAm Bm7 chordBm7
I'm crossing you in style someday
Em7 chordEm7 G7 chordG7
Old dream maker
C chordC Cm chordCm
You heartbreaker
Em7 chordEm7 Em6 chordEm6
Wherever you're going
C6 chordC6 D7 chordD7
I'm going your way

G chordG Em7 chordEm7 C chordC G chordG
Two drifters off to see the world
C chordC G chordG Am chordAm Bm7 chordBm7
There's such a lot of world to see
G chordG Em7 chordEm7 Em6 chordEm6 C6 chordC6 G chordG
We're after the same rainbow's end
C chordC G chordG
Waiting around the bend
C chordC G chordG
My huckleberry friend
Em7 chordEm7 Am6 chordAm6 D7 chordD7 C chordC Cm chordCm G chordG
Moon river and me


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nctustin avatar
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Excellent but I would change the last C to a G.
25 Jul 2020
CruiseQueenNH avatar
There's some chord pictures/diagrams missing at the top of the song.
24 Jul 2020
MajoretteKay avatar
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I'm guessing strumming pattern is 321D
04 Jun 2020
LucaTheApe avatar
chords aren't exactly in the right place but figured it out eventually. easiest version to play this song!
18 May 2018
NatFranco avatar
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instead of Em 7 and first try with Em
05 Mar 2018
About this song

"Moon River" is a song composed by Johnny Mercer (lyrics) and Henry Mancini (music) in 1961, for whom it won that year's Academy Award for Best Original Song. It is most well-known for being sung in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's by Audrey Hepburn, although it has been covered by many other artists.It became the theme song for Andy Williams, who first recorded the song in 1961 and performed it at the Academy Awards ceremonies in 1962. He sang Read more on