Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Kalimba Tab)

The lyrics for the song 'Somewhere over the rainbow' were written by Yip Harburg and the original version was sung by Judy Garland in 1939. The most memorable version of the song is by israel kamakawiwoʻole and features a strumming ukulele. Ultimately the meaning refers to hope. More specifically about how we are currently facing problems but somewhere over the rainbow dreams can come true, so keep on dreaming. Play this popular song on the kalimba with the notation below.

NOTES & NUMBERS:

1°  1°° 7°  5°  6° 7°  1°°  1°   6° 5° 

C° C°° B° G° A° B°  C°° C°  A° G°

1°  4° 3° 1°  2° 3° 4°  2°  7  1°  2° 3° 1°

C° F° E° C° D° E° F°  D° B C°  D° E° C°

5° 3°  5° 3°  5° 3°  5°  3° 

G° E° G° E° G° E° G° E° 

5°  4° 5°  4° 5° 4°  5° 4°

G° F° G° F° G° F° G°

5° 6° 6°  

G° A° A°  

1°  4° 3° 1°  2° 3° 4°  2°  7  1°  2° 3° 1°

C° F° E° C° D° E° F°  D° B C°  D° E° C°

5° 3°  5° 3°  5° 3°  5°  3° 

G° E° G° E° G° E° G° E° 

5°  4° 5°  4° 5° 4°  5° 4°

G° F° G° F° G° F° G° 

5°  6° 6°   1°° 5° 

G° A° A°  C°° G°

Somewhere over the rainbow video 

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3 comments

Gardz Beramo

I appreciate the description you wrote about the song. How beautiful is the music. Thanks so much for the notes and numbers. i would love to learn to play it.

Sandra

Brilliant

Sean

Awesome

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