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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Put A Little Love In Your Heart

Put A Little Love In Your Heart ~Three Chord Song



This is the Guitar that I learned on,
Then one day I got out my sharpies
&
This is what I came up with :)



C
Think of your fellow man lend him a helping hand
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

You see it's getting late oh please don't hesitate
F                         C
Put a Little love in your heart

C                        G7
And the world  will be a better place
C                        G7
And the world  will be a better place
F   C    F   C   F        C         G7
For you  and me  you just wait  and see

C
Another day goes by and still the children cry
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

If you want the world to know we won't let hatred grow
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

Repeat #2

C
Take a good look around and if you're looking down
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

And I hope when you decide kindness will be your guide
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

Repeat #2

F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

Each and every day
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart
                        
There's got to be a better way
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart

Don't you think it's time we start
F                         C
Put a little love in your heart






 Have a great day, and keep a song in your heart,
Your blogging sister,
Connie :)

7 comments:

  1. Darnit Connie, those F's are hard!!!
    I am starting back up with lessons tomorrow. I had to take some time off. Life was too busy and I was too stressed. More than I knew.
    If I drew with a sharpie on my guitar, it would look like my nieces did it! Yours is gorgeous!

    Cindy Bee

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    1. Hi Cindy, so good to hear from you. Now, that your house is sold, you should have a little time to relax and I'm happy to hear that you are back at your lessons. I've thought about taking lessons, but since i've taught myself . . . well, they may try to chance some hand positions that I'm comfortable with. When I started playing, I had a fellow musician ask me if I wanted to play to accompany my singing, or if I wanted to learn to play for the reason of becoming a very good musician. Well, I play for fun and I know that I will never be great, but I do have a great time :) I'm very fortunate to have many friends that play and when I have questions, they are great to get help from. Some of the group that I play with have been playing for over 50 years. When I sing a song with a difficult instrumental part in it . . . well I do the main song and I let them take over for the instrumental :) Works for me, LOL.

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  2. hey Connie,,,, Grace here,,, did 'Karen' ever touch base with you about 'Glamping'?... let me know... I know Glamping season is over now,,, but Spring will be around the corner before you know it! Happy Trails and keep on strummin' hugz

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    1. Hi, Karen told me about a Glamping trip in the spring here Spokane. I have not had any practice driving my motorhome except the day I purchased it. On the two trips that we took Steve did the driving and now it is covered for winter. In the spring I intend on taking it out and getting use to it, so whether I make that trip depends on that and on trips to my daughter's. I am on call in the spring to help out (granddaughter sitting so she can study) during finals for winter and spring quarters. I would love to know about any local glamping trips. if I can't make that one, I may make another :)

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  3. Love your "artsy" guitar! Beautiful......I so glad God put a little love in our hearts!! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  4. Love this song so much. I'm going to send a link of your guitar to the Grandson and show him what you did.

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