April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

"What a Wonderful World" is a song written by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss, and first recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1967.

C   E      F      A    ^C
I see trees of green,

^D  ^D-^D  ^C
Red roses too

Bb Bb   Bb       A
I see them bloom,

G      G     G     F
For me and you

F       F    F      F      F - F
And I think to myself,

F         F      E - F - G       A
What a wonderful world.

C    E     F     A    ^C
I see skies of blue,

^D      ^D    ^D    ^C
And clouds of white.

Bb     Bb          Bb         A
The bright blessed day,

G       G       G  -  G     F
The dark sacred night.

F       F    F      F     F - F
And I think to myself,

F         F      E - F - G        F
What a wonderful world...

The song has since become a classic, and is often associated with Armstrong's gravelly voice and his optimistic message of the beauty and wonder of the world. It has been covered by many artists over the years, and continues to be a popular choice for weddings, graduations, and other celebratory occasions.

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