F, A#, C Anjane Rahon Mein Tu Kya Dhoondta Fire F, A#, C Door jisko samjha woh to paas hai tere F, C, A#, C saans mein hawa, jaan mein zameen F, Em dil mein khula asman. F, C, A#, C pyar hai khuda, pyar hai khushi F, Em pyar se hai dono jahan Gm, C, Gm, Em, C tera yeh ashiyana, mera bhi ashyana Hoo F, A#, C Anjane Rahon Mein phir Kya Dhoondta Fire F, A#, C Door jisko samjha woh to paas hai tere F, C, A#, C Ghoomta raha, door tu kahin F, Em udte badlon ki tarha F.................C.......Bb..C kahi se tujhe ayi hai sada F...............Em lot ke aa ab zara tera yeh ashiyana, mera bhi ashyana Hoo woh jhimilati akhein, bholi si ada woh dheere dheere, chal ke lahrati hawain dhoondoon lejaon wahan, jahan ho ghar apna wo.. teri akhon mein paya hai, aaj tumse milne ka din hai aya hai, saans mein hawa, jaan mein zameen dil mein khula asman. pyar hai khuda, pyar hai khushi pyar se hai dono jahan tera yeh ashiyana, mera bhi ashyana Hoo Anjane Rahon Mein phir Kya Dhoondta Fire Door jisko samjha woh to paas hai tere.
Saturday, March 29, 2008
G C We wish you a Merry Christmas, A7 D7 We wish you a Merry Christmas, B7 Em We wish you a Merry Christmas, C D7 G And a Happy New Year. Chorus: G D A7 D7 Good tidings we bring to you and your kin, G Am D7 G We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. G C Now bring us some figgy pudding, A7 D7 Now bring us some figgy pudding, B7 Em Now bring us some figgy pudding, C D7 G And a cup of good cheer. Chorus We won't go until we get some We won't go until we get some We won't go until we get some So bring it out here! Chorus We wish you a Merry Christmas We wish you a Merry Christmas We wish you a Merry Christmas And a happy New Year.
C Silent night, holy night G C All is calm, All is bright F C Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child F C Holy Infant so Tender and mild, G C Sleep in heavenly peace, C G C Sleep in heavenly peace. Silent night, holy night Shepherds quake at the sight, Glories stream from heaven afar, Heavenly hosts sing Alleleulia Christ the Saviour is born! Christ the saviour is born. Silent night, holy night Son of God, love's pure light Radiant beams from Thy holy face with the dawn of redeeming grace, Jesus Lord at thy birth, Jesus Lord at thy birth.
C G Happy birthday to you C Happy birthday to you G F Happy birthday to dear name F C G C Happy birthday to you
Some fun facts about Happy Birthday:
- Happy Birthday was written by 2 sisters from Kentucky named Mildred and Patty Hill.
- The original song is called 'Good Morning to All', it was used to greet the children of the school where the sisters teached .
- The actual lyrics 'Happy Birthday to You' appeared for the first time in a book in 1924. Radio and television started picking up the song and that's how it got famous.
C F Dashing through the snow, in a one-horse open sleigh, G7 C O'er the fields we go, laughing all the way, C F Bells on bobtails ring, making spirits bright, G7 C What fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight, oh Chorus: C C7 Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, F C D7 G7 Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh, hey, C C7 Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, F C G7 C Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh. Other verses: A day or two ago, I thought I'd take a ride, And soon Miss Fanny Bright Was seated by my side; The horse was lean and lank; Misfortune seemed his lot; He got into a drifted bank, And we, we got upsot. A day or two ago, the story I must tell I went out on the snow And on my back I fell; A gent was riding by In a one-horse open sleigh, He laughed as there I sprawling lie, But quickly drove away. Now the ground is white Go it while you're young, Take the girls tonight And sing this sleighing song; Just get a bob-tailed bay two-forty as his speed Hitch him to an open sleigh And crack! you'll take the lead.
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There are only seven different notes in music.We will call them by the first seven letters of the alphabet A-B-C-D-E-F-G(Its like the seven days in a week).After the last note which is 'G' we begin again with the 'A' note. being that this 'A' note is the first and the eighth note,we therefore call it the 'Octave', which stands for Eight.It sounds about the same as the first 'A' note but one octave higher.These explanation could be understood better by the following diagram:- There are White keys and Black keys where black keys are divided into groups of two and threes.Thus there are many 'A' note on the keyboard and sounds the same except that each is one octave higher. The Black notes lies in between the whole notes and represents half notes.There are no black notes between 'B' and 'C' and between 'E' and 'F'.Thats because these notes are actually only a half note apart. Minor Scale: when we play the notes starting with 'A' and continuing with B-C-D-E-F-G and up to the next 'A' without using any of the black notes,we have played the key called 'A' minor(also written as 'Am').Notice that the half notes are between 'B' and 'C' and 'E' and 'F'. Any time we follow this pattern it is called a minor scale. Chords: chords are more than two notes or a group of notes when played together to make a pleasant sound.There are many different chords but only a few chords are required to play for a particular song or piece of music.