How To Play Triplets

Monday Music Quote


 "The moment is supreme. "
Franz Schubert


Lesson on Triplets:


When the beat is divided evenly into three notes, each note is called a triplet. A set of three triplets often has the number 3 above or below the notes.


When the beat is divided by two notes, one as long as two triplets and the other as long as one triplet, then these notes appear as a quarter note and an eighth note. they are grouped together by a bracket and the number 3.



Intro: 
Bb - Bb - Bb - Bb7 - Eb/Bb - Ebm/Bb - Bb - Bb

Bb Gm    Bb/F F7  Gm   Eb    F7         Bb
A   -   ve Mari   -   a,    gra - tia  ple - na.

   Bb+          A7sus4   A7    
Maria, gratia  ple   -   na

    F#dim         Gm Gdim
Maria, gratia plena
[ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/f/franz-schubert/209824.html ]
F       G7/D     F/C
Ave, ave dominus,

C7                  F
  Dominus, Te cum.


        F7                 Bb/F
Benedicta tu in mulieribus, 

    F7       Gm
Et benedictus

    F              D7                 Cm
Et Benedictus fructus ventris tui

          Ebmaj7   Gdim   F   F7      
Ventris tu  -  i  ,    Je - sus.

Bb Gm       F F7    (Repeat Intro)
A   -   ve Mar   -   ia.
 

    


Lyrics | Luciano Pavarotti lyrics - Ave Maria lyrics

Here it is in the Key of F:

F  Dmin F C7 Dmin
Ave Maria
Gmin C7 F
Gratia plena
Dmin E
Maria, gratia plena
A7 Dmin F C7
Maria, gratia plena
F Dmin F
Ave, ave Maria
C7  F
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Monday Music Quote: Kenny G




 I thought I would post some quotes by Kenny G. I really like him as a musician and appreciate his talent. Website www.kennyg.com

 "There are certain people out there who thin that they need to 'protect' traditional jazz... I've never really understood that."

"I'm just doing my own thing, too."
"It's tough to be a music educator because you need to be extremely flexible. There are different answers for everyone."

"The way that I improvise is just my style and it should be my style... to me that's the whole point of playing music."
Kenneth Bruce Gorelick (born June 5, 1956), better known by his stage name Kenny G, is an American, adult contemporary and smooth jazz saxophonist. His fourth album, Duotones, brought him breakthrough success in 1986. Kenny G is the biggest-selling instrumental musician of the modern era, with global sales totaling more than 75 million albums.



G        Em     Am           D7
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
G        Em       Am    D7
Let your heart be light 
G        Em      Am               D7     B7   E7  A7  D7
From now on, our troubles will be out of sight

G        Em     Am           D7
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
G        Em       Am  D7
Make the Yuletide gay
G        Em      Am               B7    Em         G
From now on, our troubles will be miles away 

C                   Bm
Here were are as in olden days
      Am         D7  Gmaj7
happy golden days of yore
Em       F#7              Bm
Faithful friends who are dear to us
       D         Em      Am  D7
gather near to us  once more

G           Em       Am          D7
Through the years we all will be together
G      Em      Am  D7
If the Fates allow
G      Em      Am            D7      Em
Hang a shining star upon the highest bough
    C               Am           D7        G
And have yourself a merry little Christmas now.




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Monday Music Quote: Dave Glasser





 "I think if you look at the history of jazz, most great players find something they like and stay with it."
       -- Dave Glasser

I have always admired saxophone players. You find them on the jazz scene and in jazz trios. Dave Glasser released his fifth solo CD awhile back and is teaching at the New School Jazz program since 1996.

Biography

by Alex Henderson
"In straight-ahead jazz circles, native New Yorker Dave Glasser is perhaps best known for his extensive work as a sideman for veteran trumpeter/fl├╝gelhornist Clark Terry. The alto saxophonist (who shouldn't be confused with engineer David Glasser or classical clarinetist David Glazer) is an unapologetic bebopper; his alto playing owes a lot to the seminal Charlie "Bird" Parker and his disciples (including Sonny Stitt and Gigi Gryce), and he obviously loves the swift, exhilarating bebop chord changes of the '40s and '50s."
More info at http://allmusic.com/artist/dave-glasser-p415958

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Happy Thanksgiving!




Happy Thanksgiving!


I am grateful for you. Have a wonderful day. Surround yourself with music. 
We have much to be thankful for.


Best,





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Monday Music Quote: Thinking With Sounds

Monday Music Quote

 "Music is the art of thinking with sounds."  Jules Combarieu


 I believe Bette Midler and Peggy Lee have sung this song before. I'm talking about Alright, Okay, You Win, written by Sid Wyche and Mayme Watts in 1955. It's a moderate rhythm and I've posted the chords for you here from my Jazz Book, The Best Big Band Songs Ever.


Lyrics and Piano Chords

          Eb  Bb+ Eb  Bb+  Eb
Well alright, okay, you win
          Eb7  Eb7(#9)

I'm in love with you
          Ab                          Eb
Well alright, okay, you win
           Eb
Baby, what can I do?
Bb7    B7  C7+5 Db7+5  Ab9
I'll do anything you say
      Eb             Ab7      Eb
It's just got to be that way


                       B+  Eb Bb+ Eb
Well alright, okay, you win
           Eb7
I'm in love with you
                Ab                   Eb

Well alright, okay, you win

Baby, what can I do?
Bb7   B7         C7+5 Db7+5  Ab9
Anything you say, I'll do
      Eb            Ab7        Eb
As long as it's me and you


Eb6                 Ab7
All that I am askin'
Eb6    Ab7         Eb6
All I want from you
     Ab9
Is just love me like I love you
           Eb                        Bb7
And it won't be hard to do


            Eb7     Bb7  Eb  Bb+ Eb
Well alright, okay, you win
           Eb7
I'm in love with you
             Ab                       Eb
Well alright, okay, you win

Well, baby, what can I do?
Bb7    B7      C7+5   Db7+5  Ab9
I'll do anything you say
             Eb            Ab7        Eb
Oh, it's just got to be that way



All that I am askin'

All I want from you

Just love me like I love you

It won't be hard to do



All night, all day

I'm in, ooh, and I'm telling you

Alright, okay, you win

What are you waiting for?

If you're gonna be my man
            Eb                 Ab6   Ab9  E9
Sweet baby, take me by the hand
          Ab  Eb  Eb  Ab Eb  Ab Eb  Eb7  Ab  Fm7-5  Bb7  Bb7+5 Eb9
Well alright, okay, you win

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Julie London It-Could-Happen-To-You Chords

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Monday Music Quote: Diana Krall




"Sometimes I can't get out of the character because the story is very intense. "

Diana Krall


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Monday Music Quote: Color My World

Pankow in 2008Image via Wikipedia
I love this song. It was a seventies smash hit! It was written by James Pankow.

James Carter "Jimmy" Pankow (born August 20, 1947) is an American trombone player, songwriter and brass instrument arranger best known as a founding member of the rock band Chicago.
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Pankow
 
COLOR MY WORLD

F
AS TIME GOES ON

Am
I REALIZE JUST WHAT YOU

Bb               Eb
MEAN TO ME

        Ab
AND NOW NOW THAT YOU'RE NEAR

Gb                          D7
PROMISE YOUR LOVE

                                           G
THAT I'VE WAITED TO SHARE

          Eb7                                                 C7
AND DREAM  OF OUR MOMENTS TOGETHER

                                                  F
Bb       C7 F
COLOR MY WORLD WITH HOPES OF LOVING YOU
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Romantic Lyrics


COLOR MY WORLD (Chicago)

As time goes on I realize
Just what you mean to me
And now, now that you're near
Promise your love
That I've waited to share
And dreams of our moments together
Color my world with hope of loving you



Here's what I play:


Fmaj7
AS TIME GOES ON

Am
I REALIZE JUST WHAT YOU

Bb      Ebmaj9
MEAN TO ME

        Abmaj7          Gbmaj7

AND NOW NOW THAT YOU'RE NEAR

D9                         D7
PROMISE YOUR LOVE

                         Gm7
THAT I'VE WAITED TO SHARE

          Eb9              C7
AND DREAM  OF OUR MOMENTS TOGETHER

                                    
Bb       C7         Fm7  Bb  C7     Fmaj7
COLOR MY WORLD WITH HOPES OF LOVING YOU





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Kindergarten Music: Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan


Many of you know that I have been teaching piano for over 15 years and that I've played on various worship teams for over 30 years. Maybe you haven't heard but I'm also a kindergarten music teacher. I love working with the 5 year old's and back in September we talked about "What is music?"

Music is like reading a book,  not with words but with notes. We hear music on the radio, with orchestras, CDs and a band. "Even birds tweet music," a 5 year old boy said.

Music has rhythm. Sometimes we play fast or slow and other times soft or loud. We practice clapping the rhythm to notes. Our class has learned what the name of the notes are and how many beats they receive.

Quarter Note = 1 count
Half Note = 2 counts
Dotted Half - 3 counts
Whole Note = 4 counts
Eighth Note = 1/2 count

So, in our rhythm box we have sticks, bells, rain stick, triangles and a tambourine.

I wrote an article awhile back. Here it is:

Being a kindergarten music teacher for one hour sure goes fast. It is so much fun and truly rewarding. There is lots of work in preparing for the upcoming day each week. The children look forward to our time of being together, learning all about music.

I usually begin the rhythm and music class with a type of story-telling gesture. I say. "Good morning class." The response is usually a typical reply, "Good morning Mrs. Rogers." When I tell them I'm going to step outside and come back in with my teacher face on and try it again, that's when I know I have their attention and cooperation. Children are so flexible when you change the variables and come back in with a quiet greeting, or a loud one. They will definitely copy you with their response most enthusiastically!

Then I proceed with the following talking points:

1. What Is Music?
2. What Is Rhythm?

I begin by explaining that music is like reading notes not letters. We talk about music being on the radio and a CD. You hear music in bands and orchestras. One boy wanted to add to the discussion that he hears music when the birds sing, while another little girl added that her Dad plays music on the TV.

After awhile, we introduce that music is like your heart beating and that some notes are played slower than others. It is at this point that I go over to the piano or keyboard and play a few songs that the children are familiar with that are examples of a slow song, like Away In The Manger. We move on to fast songs such as Pop! Goes the Weasel and Yankee Doodle. Then we march in a circle to The Wheels on the Bus. There are tons of children's songs available for your use.

It is at this point that I begin to talk in-depth about teaching young people the music notes. We name the notes, talk about how many beats correspond to that particular note and then we practice clapping.

So, within the first part of the hour, the kids have some introduction to a Quarter Note, being a black note that receives one count. Then, we have the Half Note, being a white note that receives 2 beats. The children learn patience in pausing and holding a note for a longer count. Finally, we move on to the whole note that is held 4 counts.

We review by clapping. Then we go into the rhythm box and pullout the sticks. The class learns to click the beats with the rhythm sticks to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Again, there are so many great songs to choose from. If we have time, we move on to other rhythm instruments.

Towards the end of the hour, I enjoy introducing the children to a music game. We played "I Spy The Whole Note" with pretend magnifying glasses. I like to place flash cards around the room and have the children close their eyes. On the count of three, the flash cards are turned over, with eyes opened the kids begin their search for what a whole note looks like. It's fun to teach at a kindergarten music class.



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Monday Music Quote: Duke Ellington



 
Love is supreme and unconditional; like is nice but limited.

Duke Ellington

 

Piano Chords

Dm7        G7      Dm7    G7
 Cigarrette holder, which wigs me,
 Em7      A7        Em7  A7
 Over her shoulder, she digs me,
 Cm/Eb  D7      Abm7 C#7   C7    - C#dim
 Out cattin' that Satin Doll.
 
 Baby shall we go out shippin',
 Careful amigo, you're flippin',
 Speaks latin, that Satin Doll.
 
 C     Gm7      C7
 She's nobody's fool,
        Gm7         C7           Fmaj7
 So I'm playin' it cool as can be.
      Am7       D7
 I'll give it a whirl,
     Am7           D7           G7
 But ain't for no girl catchin' me!
 
 
 Telephone numbers, well, you know,
 Doing my rhumbas with Uno,
 And that 'n' my Satin Doll.

Exit: D7 - G7 - C7
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Monday Music Quote: Groovin'



Groovin'
 "Groovin'" is a single released in 1967 by The Young Rascals that became a number one hit and one of the group's signature songs.

Written by group members Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati and with a lead vocal from Cavaliere, it is indeed a slow, relaxed groove, based on Cavaliere's newfound interest in Afro-Cuban music. Instrumentation included a conga, harmonica, and an effective, Cuban-based bass guitar line from ace session musician Chuck Rainey.

D         Em                     D       Em
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon 
D         Em                         D       Em
Really . . . couldn't get away too soon 
F#m                Em
I can't imagine anything that's better 
F#m                 Em
The world is ours whenever we're together 
F#m                      G      A 
There ain't a place I'd like to be instead of . . . 

D          Em                  D        Em
Groovin' . . . down a crowded avenue 
D         Em                     D      Em
Doin' . . .  anything we like to do
F#m                                Em 
There's always lots of things that we can see 
F#m             Em
We can be anyone we want to be 
F#m                         G        A 
And all those happy people we could meet just . . . 


D          Em                  D        Em
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon 
D        Em                          D        Em
Really . . . couldn't get away too soon 
D     Em    D      Em
Ah-ha-ha [3 times] 

F#m                     Em
We'll keep on spending sunny days this way 
F#m                             Em
We're gonna talk and laugh our time away 
F#m                      Em
I feel it comin' closer day by day 
F#m                     G             A 
Life would be ecstasy, you and me endlessly . . . 

D          Em                  D        Em
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon 
D          Em                  D        Em
Really . . . couldn't get away too soon 
D          Em                  D        Em
Ah-ha-ha [3 times] 
(fade out)

 http://cleantab.com/groovin-guitar-tab/rascals/v1 
So, this is what I play:

Bb             Cm7              Bb
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon.
Bb      Cm7                   Bb
Really, couldn't get away too soon.
Bbm7               Cm7
I can't imagine anything that's better,
Bbm7                       Cm7 
The world is ours whenever we're together.
Bbm7                            Cm7   Ebm7  F9
There ain't a place I'd like to be, instead of...

#2.
Bb             Cm7            Bb 
Groovin' . . . down a crowded avenue.
Bb     Cm7                 Bb 
Doin,' anything we like to do.
Bm7                    Cm7
There's always lots of things that we can see.
Bbm7                Cm7 
We can be anyone we want to be.
Bbm7                                Cm7  Ebm7 F9 
And all those happy people we could meet just...

#3.
Bb             Cm7              Bb
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon.
Bb      Cm7                   Bb
Really, couldn't get away too soon.
            Cm7
No, no, no, no.
Bbm7                         Cm7 
We'll keep on spending sunny days this way.
Bbm7                           Cm7
We're gonna talk and laugh our time away.
Bbm7                    Cm7 
I feel it comin' closer day by day.
Eb            Dm       Cm7
Life would be ecstasy, you and me endlessly...
Bb             Cm7         Bb
Groovin' . . . on a Sunday afternoon.
Bb      Cm7                   Bb 
Really, couldn't get away too soon...(fade.)

 Felix Cavaliere (born 29 November 1944, Pelham, New York) is a music producer and musician, having performed in The Young Rascals group during the 1960s. He later produced albums by a variety of artists, including Laura Nyro's 1970 opus, Christmas and the Beads of Sweat, and Jimmie Spheeris' 1973 album The Original Tap Dancing Kid.

Monday Music Quote

 "One day Otis Redding (another Atlantic artist) came to the studio."

-- Felix Cavaliere




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House of the Rising Sun

Bourbon Street (New Orleans)Image by ~MVI~ (enchanted in camiguin) via FlickrAre you familiar with this 60's song? Where did you first hear it?

It is always nice to know where these tunes come from and also what their lyrics mean. The House of the Rising Sun is a folk song from the United States. Occasionally called Rising Sun Blues, it tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans. I used to think that they were talking of drugs, now I see that it was just gambling. Depending on the version, the song may be sung from the perspective of a woman or a man.

The songs origins are somewhat curious though. Was there ever really such a place in New Orleans that inspired the lyrics to this song? I guess it depends on whom you ask. The song most definitely relates the story of a young boy led into a life of misery at a house of prostitution or gambling in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

Two of the best-known renditions of the song are by the English group The Animals in 1964, which was a number one hit in both the United States and United Kingdom. The earliest recorded version dates back to 1932 by Clarence (Tom) Ashley as Rising Sun Blues, and it was recorded again in 1934 by The Callahan Brothers as Rounders Luck. With the evolution of folk music in the 1940s and 1950s, the song went through numerous incarnations, by such notable singers as Josh White, Huddie (Leadbelly) Ledbetter, Pete Seeger and Woodie Guthrie. As the 1960s rolled around, both Joan Baez and Bob Dylan made a stab at recording the song.

This 70s classic and has a nice progression for strumming and finger picking as well. On the piano, you can arpeggiate the chords.

In this song, it is easy to find those bass notes for each chord. Also you can do some variations on those bass lines. Play with them and see what suits you best.

l Am C l D F l Am C l E E l
l Am C l D F l Am E l Am Am l

Look at how many views of this song:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=pRV9QCXLtHQ

 Lyrics to House of the Rising Sun

There is a house in New Orleans
They call the Rising Sun
And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy
And God I know I'm one

My mother was a tailor
She sewed my new bluejeans
My father was a gamblin' man
Down in New Orleans

Now the only thing a gambler needs
Is a suitcase and trunk
And the only time he's satisfied
Is when he's on a drunk

------ organ solo ------

Oh mother tell your children
Not to do what I have done
Spend your lives in sin and misery
In the House of the Rising Sun

Well, I got one foot on the platform
The other foot on the train
I'm goin' back to New Orleans
To wear that ball and chain

Well, there is a house in New Orleans
They call the Rising Sun
And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy
And God I know I'm one


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A staple of classic rock and oldies radio stations, The song, House of the Rising Sun, is a staple of classic rock and oldies radio stations, for sure. Now it is your time to play it!

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Music Quote: The Most Beautiful View (Crazy For You)

NSYNC

Welcome to Monday Music Quote

 The most beautiful view is the one I share with you.  ~Author Unknown




Lyricist:

Christian Hamm

Performer:

*Nsync

Genre:

Pop

Scored For:

Piano/Vocal/Chords

I have the piano chords for you! The time signature will be 4/4, with dance rock rhythm. The song is in the Key of C.

Chorus

                   Fmaj7              E7
Wherever I go, whatever I do,
Am7                                                   D9
Whenever my heart is crying out for you

                   Fmaj7               E7
Wherever I go, whatever I do


I'm crazy for you



Verse

 Am                 Dm/A  E7/G#  Am7

It's not easy to be alone
                        Dm/A
It's not easy to fall in love
           Bdim/A                            E7sus/A

Every night I just get down and pray
 E7/G#                    Am  E7sus E7  Am

That you come my way
 

                          Dm/A    E7/G#  Am7
I've never had a girl like you
                                      Dm/A

I've never known what love could do
                             Bdim/A              E7/sus/A

Wish you'd come baby and set me free
 E7/G#         Am  E7sus

I can't let it be, yeah

 

I wanna, I wanna rock with you
 

I'm gonna, I'm gonna make it true
 

I wanna, I wanna rock with you
 

I'm crazy for you
 


I'm waiting for the phone to ring
 

And all the wonder love should bring
 

All the things darling I left behind
 

Please give me a sign
 

A little smile would light my life
 

A single touch would blow my mind
 

Girl you know, by now you've got to be mine
 

Til the end of time 


I wanna, I wanna rock with you
 

I'm gonna, I'm gonna make it true
 

I wanna, I wanna rock with you
 

I'm crazy for you

So, I'd rate this one beginner/intermediate. Do you have a favorite NSYNC song? 

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Monday Music Quote: Walt Disney

Monday Music Quotes: Walt Disney

"All cartoon characters and fables must be exaggeration, caricatures. It is the very nature of fantasy and fable. " -- Walt Disney

 Did you see the movie or hear of this song? It is a fun one to play! With Halloween coming up, I thought I'd post a few songs this month, nothing scary, really!



Cruella De Vil
 From the movie, 101 Dalmatians
 Music and lyrics by Mel Leven

Bb -       Bb9
Cruella De Vil
Eb -       Eb9
Cruella De Vil
   Bb  -       Bb9
If she doesn't scare you
   Eb -       Eb9
No evil thing will
   Bb   -
To see her is to
F#    -       Cm
Take a sudden chill
G9    -  C7    -    F9
Cruella, Cruella De Vil

    Bb -       Bb9
The curl of her lips
    Eb -       Eb9
The ice in her stare
Bb   -       Bb9
All innocent children
    Eb -     Eb9
Had better beware
       Bb   -       F#    -  
She's like a spider waiting
        Cm 
For the kill
     C7   -  F7  -   Bb
Look out for Cruella De Vil

   D7
At first you think
               Gm
Cruella is the devil
    D7
But after time has worn
         Gm
Away the shock
    C7
You come to realize
You've seen her kind of eyes
F#9
Watching you from underneath
  Cm7/F  -  F9
A rock!

     Bb -    Bb9
This vampire bat
     Eb -    Eb9
This inhuman beast
    Bb     -    Bb9
She ought to be locked up
    Eb -    Eb9
And never released
    Bb     -
The world was such
  F#       -      Cm
A wholesome place until
C7  -    F7     -   Bb 
Cruella, Cruella De Vil

C#dim7 F9

Bb -       Bb9
Cruella De Vil
Eb -       Eb9
Cruella De Vil
   Bb  -       Bb9
If she doesn't scare you
   Eb -       Eb9
No evil thing will
   Bb   -
To see her is to
F#    -       Cm
Take a sudden chill
G9    -  C7    -    F9
Cruella, Cruella De Vil

    Bb -       Bb9
The curl of her lips
    Eb -       Eb9
The ice in her stare
Bb   -       Bb9
All innocent children
    Eb -     Eb9
Had better beware
       Bb   -       F#    -  
She's like a spider waiting
        Cm 
For the kill
     C7   -  F7  -   Bb
Look out for Cruella De Vil

   D7
At first you think
               Gm
Cruella is the devil
    D7
But after time has worn
         Gm
Away the shock
    C7
You come to realize
You've seen her kind of eyes
F#9
Watching you from underneath
  Cm7/F  -  F9
A rock!

     Bb -    Bb9
This vampire bat
     Eb -    Eb9
This inhuman beast
    Bb     -    Bb9
She ought to be locked up
    Eb -    Eb9
And never released
    Bb     -
The world was such
  F#       -      Cm
A wholesome place until
C7  -    F7     -   Bb 
Cruella, Cruella De Vil

 ****************

Here it is in a different key.

 F#7             B7
    Cruella De Vil, Cruella De Vil
        F#7                       B7
    If she doesn't scare you no evil thing will
        F#            F#°            D#m
    To see her is to take a sudden chill
         G#              C#7
    Cruella, Cruella De Vil


     F#7                  B7
The curl of her lips, the ice in her stare
      F#7                  B7
All innocent children had better beware
       F#            F#°             D#m
She's like a spider waiting for the kill
 G#                     C#7            
Look out for Cruella De Vil...


  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
     D5                      C#5
If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will
  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
    D5                           C#5
To see her is to take a sudden chill
Riff2
Cruella De Vil


        F#7            B7
This vampire bat, this inhuman beast
       F#7                     B7
She 'outta be locked on and  never released
     F#                F#°             D#m
The world was such a wholesome place until
    G#       C#7            
Cruella, Cruella De Vil Yeah!


  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
     D5                      C#5
If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will
  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
    D5                           C#5
To see her is to take a sudden chill
Riff2
Cruella De Vil


    Bb               D°            D#m
At first you think Cruella is the devil
    Bb              D°            D#m
But after time has born way the shock
     G#
You come to realize
     G#
You seen her kind of eyes
     A                          C#
Watching you from underneath a ROOOOOOOCK!


  E5 F#5    B5
         Cruella De Vil
     D5                      C#5
If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will
  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
    D5                           C#5
To see her is to take a sudden chill


  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
     D5                      C#5
If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will
  E5 F#5    B5
Cruella, Cruella De Vil
    D5                           C#5
To see her is to take a sudden chill
Intro        
Cruella De Vil
Riff2
Look out for Cruella De Vil 
 
So, look out for Cruella De Vil! 
 
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The Lion King (Two-Disc Diamond Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo in Blu-ray Packaging)
 



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