Tracey Chapman - Fast car (kalimba tutorial)

The folk song called ‘Fast Car’ was written and performed by Tracey Chapman for release on the 6th of April 1988. David Kershenbaum produced the track, and In the charts, the peak position was No. 1 in the Netherlands dutch top 40, the Belgium ultra top 50 Flanders, and it reached No. 1 in Ireland IRMA. 

Since then, many musicians have covered the song. Some other versions include a cover by Boyce Avenue, Justin Bieber, Jonas Blue and more. The music video is simple, with glimpses of hands holding a bottle of alcohol, Tracey Chapman singing and a few shots of a suburb street. Towards the end of the video, there is a child with a lollypop holding hands with someone. 

Letter notes

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(E C) F F (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C 

(A F C) (G F C) (A F C) (C° A E) (C° A E) (C° G D) (C° A E)

(C° A E) (C° G E) (C° A E) (C° G D) (C° G D)

(C° A F) (C° G E) (C° A E) (C° A D) (C° G D) (C° A D)

(C° A F) (C° G E) (C° A E) (C° G D) (C° G D)

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (E C) F E (G C) G (G C)

(C° C) (B C) B C (C° C) (B C) B

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C

(E C) F E (G C) G (G C) (C° C) (B C) B C

(E C) F E (G E C) E

Number notes

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(3 1) 4 4 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 

(6 4 1) (5 4 1) (6 4 1) (1° 6 3) (1° 6 3) (1° 5 2) (1° 6 3) 

(1° 6 3) (1° 5 3) (1° 6 3) (1° 5 2) (1° 5 2)

(1° 6 4) (1° 5 3) (1° 6 3) (1° 6 2) (1° 5 2) (1° 6 2)

(1° 6 4) (1° 5 3) (1° 6 3) (1° 5 2) (1° 5 2)

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1)

(1° 1) (7 1) 7 1 (1° 1) (7 1) 7

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1

(3 1) 4 3 (5 1) 5 (5 1) (1° 1) (7 1) 7 1

(3 1) 4 3 (5 3 1) 3

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