April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: Somewhere Over the Rainbow - The Wizard of Oz

"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" is a classic ballad from the 1939 musical film "The Wizard of Oz".

A  -  ^A      ^G#-^E  ^F#  ^G#-^A
Somewhere over the rainbow

A     ^F#   ^E
Way up high

F#       ^D  ^C#   A    B  ^C#  ^D
There's a land that I heard of

B      G#  A  B-^C#-A
Once in a lullaby....

A  -  ^A    ^G#-^E   ^F#  ^G#-^A
Somewhere over the rainbow

A     ^F#    ^E
Skies are blue

F#     ^D     ^C#      A       B    ^C#   ^D    B
And the dreams that you dare to dream

G# - A     B   ^C#     A
Really do come true!

The song features a hopeful and dreamy melody, with lyrics that express a longing for a better life and a brighter future. The song's optimistic and inspiring tone, along with Judy Garland's heartfelt and emotive vocals, have made it an enduring and beloved classic of movie music. The song has been covered and performed by countless artists in various genres, and has become an iconic symbol of hope, aspiration, and imagination. It remains a cherished part of the "Wizard of Oz" legacy, as well as a beloved part of the broader pop culture landscape.

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