Claude Lacelle posted on May 14, 2012 20:46
Wooo .. Woooo! All aboard the BUG Jam Express!
Here is the PDF of the May BUG Jam Song Booklet. So grab your mobile devices, your PlayBooks and ...
Mark Rogers posted on May 08, 2012 20:04
The "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" is a song written, composed, and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot th...
Sue Rogers posted on May 06, 2012 23:14
The videos are in the same key as the songsheet!
"The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" is a song by The Band, recorded in 1969 and releas...
Gordon Thomas posted on May 06, 2012 18:48
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING USING THE (C) SONGSHEET, IF YOU PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE FIRST FRET!
BEGINNERS - in the fast run-ups a...
Sue Rogers posted on May 06, 2012 16:38
"Freight Train" is an American folk song written by Elizabeth Cotten (1895–1987) in the early 20th century, and popularized during the...
Sue Rogers posted on May 06, 2012 16:31
"The Loco-Motion" is a 1962 pop song written by American songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King. The song is notable for appearing in the ...
Sue Rogers posted on May 06, 2012 16:28
The song sheet is in the same key as the first video, except for the last chorus.
"The Letter" is a song written by Wayne Carso...
Sue Rogers posted on May 06, 2012 12:33
You can play along with the Doris Day video!
If you want to play along with the other two videos in the key of C you can find the chords on the Doc...
This is what I have so far for this song.
Claude transposed this down a couple half-steps and it is much easier to play for the group. ...
YOU CAN PLAY IN THE SAME KEY as the Norah Jone's recording in GCEA tuning if you put your capo on the 2nd fret!
Norah Jones included a song Tom...
Mike Cox posted on May 05, 2012 11:48
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
This is a simplified version for the Ukulele. I think it might work in a group ...
Mike Cox posted on May 05, 2012 08:49
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEOS (although we've taken out some of the instrumentals)!
So another month and me posting another John Prine son...
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO! I have not doubt there will be train whistles!
Frederick John Elgersma (born July 9, 1957), known by the stage n...
The (Am) songsheet is in the same key as the videos but instrumentals at beginning and end have been left out.
For BUG night April 2019, Charles wi...
Now [C]I've [G]been [C]happy [G]late[C]ly,
[F]Thinking a[C]bout the [F]good things to c...
Sue Rogers posted on May 02, 2012 16:10
The lyrics I did up to match the Goebel Reeves recording, but the timing in the songsheet has been evened out for group play and I've added an opt...
Sharon Baird posted on May 01, 2012 07:48
~~~ChordPro Version UPDATED Feb 04, 2016 CEL~~~
What a great song! Play along with the video below. The key matches what we will be play...
Claude Lacelle posted on April 29, 2012 17:07
Note: the uploaded file has a [C7] thrown in just for interest!
Silly little train song that dates back to the late 1800's, Some of the origina...
Sharon Baird posted on April 29, 2012 04:47
"Folsom Prison Blues" is a song written in 1953 and first recorded in 1955 by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. The song combines elem...
Gordon Thomas posted on April 22, 2012 20:32
Gordon Thomas posted on April 22, 2012 15:00
~~~ChordPro Version UPDATED August 31, 2016 CEL~~~
Gordon Thomas posted on April 22, 2012 14:54
Sue Rogers posted on April 22, 2012 12:49
The first video is hopefully me in the future!
You can play along with the second video (mostly) if you're not familiar with the tune! The orig...
paddy rayburn posted on April 20, 2012 23:25
"Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms" is an American traditional song. It seems to have developed from lyrics in the cowb...
paddy rayburn posted on April 20, 2012 23:06
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
(C) Did you hear that (Em) lonesome (Am) whip-poor-(C)will,
He sounds too (Em) blue to (C7) fly,
That (F) midnigh...
Mike Cox posted on April 20, 2012 11:33
"City of New Orleans" is a folk song written by Steve Goodman (and first recorded for Goodman's self-titled 1971 album), describing a tr...