April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: Greensleeves - Traditional

"Greensleeves" is a traditional English folk song that dates back to the 16th century.

A-^C ^D   ^E   ^F-^E  ^D    B      G

Alas my love you do me wrong

A-B  ^C   A  A-G#   A-B-G#-E

To cast me off discourteously,

A     ^C ^D  ^E-^F-^E   ^D   B    G

For I have loved you so long

AB-^C-B-A   G#  F#-G#  A-A-A

Delighting in your company.

^G-^G^F#        ^E   ^D   B    G-A-B

Greensleeves was all my joy  ~

^CA - AG#          A      B      G#-E

Greensleeves was my delight,

^G - ^G^F#      ^E   ^D    B    G-A

Greensleeves my heart of gold

B       ^C      B     A

And who but my

G#F#-G#    AG#A-A

Lady    Greensleeves!

The origins of the song are not clear, and there are several different theories about its meaning and authorship. The song's melody is well-known and has been used in various musical compositions, including classical, pop, and rock music. The lyrics of the song tell a story of unrequited love, and the song has become associated with Christmas and winter holidays. "Greensleeves" has been recorded by many artists, and it remains a popular and recognizable tune today.

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