Happy Xmas (war Is Over) Uke tab by John Lennon

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# 3/4 d-dudu

So, this is

G G Am Am
Christmas, and what have you done? Another year

D D G G G7 G7
over And a new one just begun And so this is

F F Dm Dm
Christmas I hope you have fun The near and the

G G C C C7 C7
dear one The old and the young. A A very merry

F F G G
Christmas And a happy New Year Lets hope it's a

Dm Dm F F C C D D D7 D7
good one Without any fear And so this is

G G Am Am
Christmas For weak and for strong For rich and the

D D G G G7 G7
poor ones The road is so long And so happy

C C Dm Dm
Christmas For black and for white For yellow and

G G C C C7 C7
red ones Let's stop all the fights. A A very merry

F F G G
Christmas And a happy New Year Let's hope it's a

Dm Dm F F C C D D D7 D7
good one Without any fear And so this is

G G Am Am
Christmas And what have we done Another year

D D G G G7 G7
over And a new one just begun. And so happy

C C Dm Dm
Christmas We hope you have fun The near and the

G G C C C7 C7
dear one The old and the young A A very merry

F F G G
Christmas And a happy New Year Let's hope it's a

Dm Dm F F C C C C D D D D
good one Without any fears

G G Am Am D D G G
War is over If you want it War is over Now

G G Am Am D D G G
War is over If you want it War is over Now

 

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About this song

"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" is a Christmas song by John Lennon, Yoko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band. It was recorded at Record Plant Studios in New York City in late October 1971, with the help of producer Phil Spector. It features soaring, heavily echoed vocals, and a sing-along chorus. The children singing in the background were from the Harlem Community Choir and are credited on the song's single.Although the song is a protest song about the Vietnam War, it has become a Christmas standard and has appeared on several Christmas albums. Read more on Last.fm.