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Learn how to play the song We Wish You a Merry Christmas on Piano.
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Here is another easy song you can learn for Christmas called We Wish You a Merry Christmas, we will play it through ones first so you can see and then I will show you how to do it okay.
Okay, I will show you a scale down version of that. Chord wise we are going to use a C which we have used a lot before, we are going to use a D to find your D note, go this black on here and then the A note up here. So like that. We are using E, so we will start off with your E note this black one right here and your B. So it is an E chord, we will be using F and we are going to use a G and we are going to use an Am. Okay I will just go through those again, we are going to use a C, we are going to use a D, an E, an F, a G and an Am. Okay, I will call those orders when we are going to use them.
Right hand is starting off with this G note here and we are going up to the C. Start from beginning, with your chord you are going to start off with your C, I will do it nice and slow here. C chord, do not jump to your F, now we are going to jump to our D and jump to a G.
Go through that again from the start, C chord, an F, a D, and a G and next part up to an E here. Okay, chord wise, we are going to use an E, an Am and then at the end of this. And chord wise, we are going to use an F, a G and a C.
Okay, go through it nice and slowly from the start again, start with your C chord, I go along as we go. Okay C, F, a D, G, an E, Am, F and we will go through that one more time for your. Start off with a C here, F, D, and a G, E, Am F, a G back to a C. There you have Wish You A Merry Christmas good luck with it, let me know how you make out.