Oh Susanna

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Oh Susanna was written by Stephen Foster, which was first published in 1848.

Learn how to play this easy traditional song is easy. This song is play in 4/4 time, which means that there are four beats in a measure, and each beat gets a quarter note.

The three major chords on the left hand are:

        C chord, the notes are C-E-G
        F chord, the notes are F-A-C
        G chord, the notes are G-B-D

>Notes on the right hand are:

| C D |
| E G G A | G E C D | E E D C | D CD |
| E G G A | G E C D | E E D D | C CD |
| E G G A | G E C D | E E D C | D CD |
| E G G A | G E C D | E E D D | C C |
| F F | A A A | G G E C | D C D |
| E G G A | G E C D | E E D D | C |

[Note: this song uses the notes of C Pentatonic ScaleC, D, E, G, A]

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Oh! Susanna Lyrics

Oh! I come from Alabama
With my banjo on my knee
I’m going to Louisiana
My true love for to see.
It rained all night the day
I left The weather it was dry
The sun so hot I froze myself
But Susanna, don’t you cry.(Chorus)

I had a dream the other night
When everything was still
I thought I saw Susannah dear
Coming down the hill.
A buckwheat cake was in her mouth
The tear was in her eye
I said I come from dixieland
Susannah don’t you cry!

Oh! Susanna,
Don’t you cry for me
I come from Alabama
With my Banjo on my knee.


Learn how to play C , G, and F chords



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