What A Wonderful World Uke tab by Louis Armstrong

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I see trees of green red roses too
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I see them bloom for me and you
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And I think to myself
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What a wonderful world
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I see skies of blue and clouds of white
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The bright blessed day the dark sacred night
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And I think to myself
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What a wonderful world
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The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky
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Are also on the faces of people going by
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I see friends shaking hands sayin' How do you do
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They're really sayin' I love you
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I hear babies cryin' I watch them grow
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They'll learn much more than I'll ever know
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And I think to myself
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What a wonderful world
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Yes I think to myself
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What a wonderful world

 

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JonWatts avatar
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Sounds good to me! Good song for beginners!
26 Jan 2015
macaccro avatar
thank's
25 Jan 2015
About this song

What a Wonderful World is a song by Bob Thiele (using the pseudonym George Douglas) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released as a single in 1968, and was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. Intended as an antidote for the increasingly racially and politically charged climate in the U.S. (and written specifically for Armstrong, who had broad crossover appeal), the song details the singer's delight in the simple enjoyment of everyday life.