Zebra Keys Blog - Part 2

Where Has My Little Dog Gone

Another popular nursery rhyme, Where Has My Little Dog Gone, comes with singalong karaoke with lyrics. Learn how to play this song on piano keyboard today.

The chords used for this song are C Major, F Major, and G Major:

Major Chord
______
C C – E – G
F F – A – C
G G – B – D

We will be playing “half notes”, “dotted quater notes”, and “quarter notes”.
[Review: Note Durations lesson]

Click for more songs and download free sheet music for this song below:

Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?
Oh where, oh where can he be?
With his ears cut short and his tail cut long.
Oh where, oh where can he be?


Use these Free Music Training Tools below to test your piano skills:

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Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Learn this popular song for children, Row Row Row Your Boat, comes with free sheet music and singalong lyrics.

The notes for the melody (played with the right hand) are ranged from middle C to C one octave higher.
The chords (played with the left hand) used for this song are C Major, and G Major:

Major Chord
______
C C – E – G
F F – A – C

We will be playing “half notes”, “quarter notes”. “dotted quater notes”, and “eight notes”.
[Review: Note Durations lesson]

Click for more karaoke songs
Print out this downloadable Row, Row, Row Your Boat free sheet music now!
Watch the video below and learn how to play this song:


Row, Row, Row Your Boat Lyrics
Row, row, row your boat
Gently down the stream
Merrily, merrily, merrily
Life is but a dream


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Rockabye Baby

Learn how to play this popular nursery rhymes, Rockabye Baby, on piano keyboard. Play the notes for the melody to be played with the right hands start from E and goes one octave higher through F.

The chords used for this song are C Major, F Major, and G Major:

Major Chord
______
C C – E – G
F F – A – C
G G – B – D

Download free sheet music for this song.

Rock-a-bye baby, in the treetop
When the wind blows, the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall
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