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2 Dec 2012

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day - Roy Wood - ukulele chords

Another one for the growing list of Christmas songs for ukulele! And you can find the rest of my ukulele songs, including the Christmas selection HERE



I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day - Roy Wood

I have put a video at the end, but bear in mind the original is in D, not C. In D though there are too many dreaded E chords, plus I find C easier to sing so have transposed it below.




Oh when the [C] snowman brings the snow
Oh well he [F] just might like to know
He's put a [C] great big smile up- [Am] -on somebody's [Dm]face. [G]

If you [C] jump into your bed,
Quickly [F] cover up your [Dm] head,
Don't you [C] lock your doors, you know that
[G] Sweet Santa Claus is on his [Bb] way. [C]

[CHORUS]
Oh [Bb] well I [D] wish it could be Christmas every [G] day.
When the [A7] kids start singing and the band begins to [D] play. [A7]
[D] Oh I wish it could be Christmas every [G] day
So let the [Em] bells ring [A7] out for [G] Christmas! [D]

When we're [C] skating in the park,
If the [F] storm cloud paints it dark
Then your [C] rosy cheeks gonna [Am] light my merry [Dm] way. [G]

Now the [C] frosticals appeared
And they've [F] frozen up my [Dm] beard,
So we'll [C] lie by the fire till the
[G] Sleep simply melts them all [Bb] away. [C]

REPEAT CHORUS

When the [C] snowman brings the snow
Oh well he [F] just might like to know
He's put a [C] great big smile up- [Am] -on somebody's . [Dm] face [G]

So if [C] santa brings the sleigh
All [F] along that Milky [Dm] Way,
I'll sign my [C] name on the rooftop in the
[G] Snow then he may decide to [Bb] stay. [C]

REPEAT CHORUS then end with

 Why don't you [G] give your [A] love for [G] Christmas? [D]


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