Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Israel Kamakawiwo Ole sur Guitariff.netKamakawiwo Ole' Israel Somewhere Over The Rainbow / What a Wonderful World -------------------------- This is a correction to Clint Rhea's tabalature. He did an excellent job and his last comment about the Am not sounding right made me seek the correct. After listening to IK's song I noticed that it was overly high in pitch...thus the capo...and viola. Capo: 5th Fret G D Somewhere over the rainbow Em D Way up high C G And the dreams... D Em C Once in a lullaby G D Em G Well I see trees of green and Red roses too, C G D Em I'll watch then bloom for me and you C And I think... D Em C What a wonderful world .... D Em The colors of the rainbow so pr... D Em Are also on the faces of pe... C G I see friends shaking h... C G Saying, "How do you do?" C G C D They're really saying, I...I love you G D Em G I hear babies cry and I watch them grow, C G They'll learn much more D Em Than we'll know C And I think to myself D Em C What a wonderful world Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 19:25:39 -0400 From: Brian Beach email@example.com> Subject: i/israel_kamakawiwo_ole/somewhere_over_the_rainbow.crd You are playing in the same key as Clint's tab. Capo on the fifth playing a G is a C If you want to get more of that ukulele sound w/o a capo you can use shortened cords. C= bar the e B on the eighth and 9th on the G G= D chord shape on the 7th. Am = Dm chord shape on the 7th (index finger on 7th middle on 8th ring on 9th. F = D chord shape on the 5th. G you just using the highest 3 strings GBe. Many ways to skin a cat.