April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: Yankee Doodle - Traditional

"Yankee Doodle" is a traditional American song that dates back to the mid-18th century. The song became popular during the American Revolution and was used as a rallying cry by the colonists fighting for independence from British rule.

^C-^C   ^D-^E    ^C    ^E   ^D
Yankee Doodle went to town

^C-^C ^D ^E ^C-B
Riding on a pony,

G     ^C  ^C  ^D-^E ^F ^E ^D
He Stuck a feather in his cap

^C        B      G   A-B-^C-^C
And called it macaroni!

A - B         A - G      A    B  ^C
Yankee Doodle keep it up,

G  -  A      G  -  F     E - G
Yankee Doodle dandy,

A          B     A - G     A      B    ^C
Mind the music and the step

A        G      ^C    B   ^D  ^C-^C
And with the girls be handy!

The melody is lively and upbeat, and the lyrics are full of playful and humorous references to American life and culture. The song has become an enduring symbol of American patriotism and has been featured in numerous films, television shows, and other forms of popular culture. It remains a beloved part of the American musical heritage and a cherished reminder of the country's rich history and cultural identity.

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