April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: I'm A Believer - The Monkees

"I'm a Believer" is a song written by Neil Diamond and made famous by the American rock band The Monkees in 1966.

G       G          G      G    A-A   ^C ^C   B-A    G
I thought love was only true in fairy tales

G              G      G  -  G      A      A    ^C   ^C   B
Meant for someone else but not for me

C        C      B     A   G    G
Love was out to get me

C           C     B      A      G
That's the way it seemed

C - C - B - A           G  -  G     F#    G    A
Disappointment haunted all my dreams

G       G   G     B     ^D
Then I saw her face,

^D   ^E  ^E  ^E-^E-^D
Now  I'm  a  believer!

G     B   ^D    ^D    ^E  ^D  ^E  ^D
Not a trace of doubt in my mind

G    B   ^D
I'm in love...

^E  ^E  ^E-^E-^D
I'm   a   believer!

^D  ^D-^D   ^D   ^C ^C  A  G-A
I  couldn't  leave  her  if  I  tried

It topped the charts in several countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, and has become one of the band's signature songs. The song's upbeat melody and lyrics about finding love and happiness have made it a popular choice for weddings and other celebrations. It has also been covered by numerous artists over the years, including Smash Mouth for the movie "Shrek".

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