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Over The Rainbow Chords
This is one half-step up from the original, but it's much easier to play, especially on uke.  
Make sure you listen to her recording first, as she changes the melody in some parts.


C    Am   Em               F   Fm     C        Am
Somewhere over the rainbow,    way up high,

F       Fm     C               Am      F         G7   C   G7
There’s a      land that I’ve heard of once in a lullaby.

C   Am    Em                F   Fm        C       Am
Somewhere over the rainbow the bluebirds fly, so high.

F     Fm     C         Am       F          G7        C
Birds fly    over the rainbow, why then oh why can’t I?


C
Someday I’ll wish upon a star

D7                                   G           G7
And wake up where the clouds are far behind me.

C
Where troubles melt like lemon drops

C5                                   G               G7
Away above the chimney tops"that’s where you’ll find me.


C    Am   Em              F     Fm        C         Am
Somewhere over the rainbow the bluebirds fly, so high.

F      Fm     C         Am     F            G7       Am   C7
Birds fly    over the rainbow, why then oh why can’t I?

F           G7        C
Why then oh why can’t I?

 
 
Ingrid Michaelson - Over The Rainbow Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Over The Rainbow tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Over The Rainbow Chords:

Ingrid Michaelson (born 1979)[1] is a New York-based indie-pop singer/songwriter.

Her music has been featured on numerous television shows as well as the in Old Navy Fall 2007 Fair Isle Sweater advertising campaign.[2] Most notably, Michaelson's songs have been selected as soundtracks for emotional scenes on Grey's Anatomy[3] and One Tree Hill.[4]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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