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Learn how to play the song The Addams Family on piano or keyboard.
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Here is a front song that one of my friends asked to learn how to play, it is called the Adam’s Family theme song. Very simple with your left hand you are going to be playing four chords only, it is going to be the C that we use in our other songs and F and the G and at this string we are going to use a D chord. Took a D here and you use this bracket note right here. And then an E up here, it is going to be a D chord.
So you have got a C, you got a D, you got an F and you got a G—that is all you are going to need to know. okay now, look at the way the song starts off with is—
That way. So, we are going to use our C chord and we are going to jump to a D and then back to C again.
Up to the D
Okay, just to show you again what I did
And then the second part is
And when we did that, we moved our chord from a C to a D and then back to a C again. So slow, it is.
Okay once you have mastered that and then get ready to the song.
Okay, we are going to do that slowly.
And with your left hand you are going to be doing a C chord
And an F and into a G, after a C
Do that again
Okay and the next section is pretty similar
And then you just go right back to the start again