19 Dec 2010

Christmas songs - Frosty The Snowman

FROSTY THE SNOWMAN for UKULELE


Verse 1:
[C]Frosty the Snow Man was a [F]jolly happy [C]soul
With a 
[F]corn-cob [Fdim]pipe
And a 
[C]button [Am]nose
And two 
[F]eyes made [G7]out of [C]coal.


Verse 2:
[C]Frosty the Snow Man is a [F]fairy tale they [C]say
He was 
[F]made of [Fdim]snow
But the 
[C]children [Am]know
How he 
[F]came to [G7]life one [C]day.


Bridge:
There [F]must have been some [Em]magic in that [Dm]old silk [G7]hat they[C]found,
For 
[G]when they put it on his [E]head he be[Am]gan to [D]dance a[G7]round.


Verse 3:
[C]Frosty the Snow Man was a[F]live as he could [C]be,
And the 
[F]children [Fdim]say
He could 
[C]laugh and [Am]play
Just the 
[F]same as [G7]you and [C]me.


Verse 4:
[C]Frosty the Snow Man knew the [F]sun was hot that [C]day,
So he 
[F]said, "Let's [Fdim]run
And we'll 
[C]have some [Am]fun
Now be
[F]fore I [G7]melt a[C]way."


Verse 5:
[C]Down to the village with a [F]broomstick in his [C]hand,
Running 
[F]here and [Fdim]there
All a
[C]round the [Am]square,
Saying 
[F]"Catch me [G7]if you [C]can!"


Bridge 2:
He [F]led them down the [Em]streets of town right [Dm]to the [G7]traffic[C]cop,
And 
[G]he only paused a [E]moment when he [Am]heard him [D]holler,[G7]"Stop!"


Verse 6:
[C]Frosty the Snow Man had to [F]hurry on his [C]way,
But he 
[F]waved good-[Fdim]bye,
Saying, 
[C]"Don't you [Am]cry,
I'll be 
[F]back a[G7]gain some [C]day."

3 comments :

  1. can u post rudolph the red nosed reindeer :)

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  2. I already did!

    http://www.gotaukulele.com/2010/12/christmas-songs-rudolph-red-nosed.html

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  3. whats the strumming pattern?

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