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Auld Lang Syne Words by Robert Burns

Traditional Scottish Melody



C Dm G7 Am C F

   
1 4
       
4 4 4

      
0 4 4

                 3 
 3
   1

Should auld ac quaint ance be for- got and nev - er brought to mind? Should

  1 4 1      
C Dm E7 Am Dm G7 C

     
5 4

 
4

4

4


       
     
3
 
auld ac- quaint - ance be for- got and days of Auld Lang Syne. For

4 
      
C Dm G7 C F
9
  1 3  
4 
 4  
4 4

  
4 4

             
 
2
 1

Auld Lang Syne, my dear, for Auld Lang Syne. We'll

   4   1 4 1      
C Dm E7 Am Dm G7 C

13 4

 
4



       
     
 
take a cup of kind - ness yet for Auld Lang Syne.

Comments
-Let all the notes sustain within each chord regardless of simplified rhythimic notation.
-Create a simpler version by playing only the melody plus the bass note of each chord.
-Chords have been added for holiday sing-along.

© Bradford Werner 2017, Victoria, BC, Canada


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