I Can See Clearly Now Uke tab by Jimmy Cliff

7 Chords used in the song: D, G, A, C, F, C#m, Bm

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D D         G G                D D
I can see clearly now the rain is gone
G G A A
I can see all obstacles in my way
D D G G D D
Gone are the dark clouds that had me down
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day

D D G G D D
Oh yes I can make it now the pain is gone
G G A A
All of the bad feelings have disappeared
D D G G D D
Here is that rainbow I've been praying for
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day

F F C C
Look all around there's nothing but blue skies
F F A A
Look straight ahead there's nothing but blue skies
C#m C#m, G G, C#m C#m, G G, C C, Bm Bm, A A

D D G G D D
I can see clearly now the rain is gone
G G A A
I can see all obstacles in my way
D D G G D D
Here is that rainbow I've been praying for
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
Bri-ri-ri-ri-right, bright, sun shiny day, Oh yeah

C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day
C C G G D D
It's gonna be a bright, bright, sun shiny day

 

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AnaB78 avatar
Great tab, thanks!
09 Dec 2017
Maetastic avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Pinellas Park)
Fuuun to play! Definitely a great tab!
24 Aug 2009
About this song

"I Can See Clearly Now" is a song written and recorded by Johnny Nash. It was a single from the album of the same name and achieved success in the United States and the United Kingdom when it was released in 1972. It was covered by many artists throughout the years, including a 1993 hit version by Jimmy Cliff.