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Hi, there. Welcome to another one of my easy to play lessons. I hope you have been to my website yet, and I hope you get there www.mrmusiccanada all one word mrmusiccanada.com. Today, I am going to show you a beautiful song it is called Mary did you know. But let us go through the first part of it and then we will break it down teach you nice easy way of playing there, okay.
Let us get back to that again, okay. The first part of it a chord wise we are going to use a Bm, this we are playing your A note for every second note from that we will give you an Am, okay, and if you drop everything down one to the G, to your G chord, okay.
Down to an F, and then that will going down to with E so, down one more over there D key. We will play the black note and your B here. So, that is your E chord, okay. So, let us just do that again. Am, down one to your G and one to an F and one to an E. Okay with that right hand we are going to stood of with the A note here, okay.
Now, let us just do that. And right hand first, okay. So, it is help with you hum along or sing along with it that way you remember where you are, okay. Let us start again.
Okay, let us just put the two together now. B chord and now we are going to walk down to the scale with our left hand, okay, on A, an Am here. Down to your G, down to your F and down to the E. Go and back up again and do it again.
Okay. So, that is the first part of the song, okay. The next section goes.
Okay. The chord wise it is your F, okay. And then, we are going to go one to the G, okay. And then, go up to your C chord here, okay. And then, we are going to go down to an Am next but we are going walk down to another case.
So, here next when you are playing your C chord, move your pinky down in, right all three there. Then go down to your Am. Okay. So, it is very nice so you just go right this.
Okay. So, you get that, G up to your C, down to your A. Okay. With that right hand.
Okay. So, put that together with your left hand or F chord, up to your G, up to your C, little pinky walks down one, and down to your Am. With this go to that part again, the tricky part where you, you move your little finger there, okay.
Here we go back to the F chord up to the G, up to your C and Am, okay. Then the next section,
Okay. Pretty simple, okay. Here is your Dm chord, okay and then we are going to go up your Em, and then just goes up one. Then we will going to change the Em, 5:45 which is just going to exchange the G to this one, okay. The Gm with your E. Okay.
So, we got an Em, and an E. Okay, with our right hand let us do it with our chord at the same time, okay. Start with the Em, go up to an E, okay. Let us do that one more time. Dm, make it an E, okay. That goes back to the beginning.
Okay, just move the camera up a little bit because we use some of the notes up this end. So, we need to see this time, okay. This next section goes.
[Demo] Okay. So, let us put all together and see what we got here.
Okay. Just back to the verse again but the second time through we play it.
Okay. And we will go back to start.
So today, How did you know? Hope you do well with it. If you get a chance go over to my website www.mrmusiccanada.com. Okay. Good luck with that. Let me know how you make it.