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White Sandy Beach Chords (ver.1)

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White Sandy Beach Chords (ver.1)

Israel Kamakawiwoole
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                Strum Pattern:
Down   Down Up   Up Down

Special Note:
The # in the () is the # of times you strum the down down up up down pattern on that chord.


                           White Sandy Beach
                        Composed by: Willie Dan 
                            Performed by: IZ

Intro:  F (4) Bb (1) Bbm (1) F (1) C7 (1)
        
        F (4)
        I saw you in my dream, we were walking hand in hand
             Bb          Bbm        F      C7
        On a white sandy beach of Hawai’i
           F (4)
        We were playing in the sun, we were having so much fun
             Bb          Bbm        F (2)
        On a white sandy beach of Hawai’i

Chorus: C7 (2)             Bb                  C7
        Sound of the ocean soothes my restless soul
        C7 (5) 
        Sound of the ocean rocks me all night long  

              F (4)
        Those hot long summer days, lying there in the sun
             Bb          Bbm        F (2)
        On a white sandy beach of Hawai’i

Chorus: C7 (2)             Bb                  C7
        Sound of the ocean soothes my restless soul
        C7 (7) 
        Sound of the ocean rocks me all night long  

             F (4)
        Last night in my dream, I saw your face again
                Bb           Bbm (4)                          F (2)
        We were there in the sun, on a white sandy beach of Hawai’i
             Bb          Bbm (5)    F (4)
        On a white sandy beach of Hawai’i


Mahalo for looking, and Good luck with your playing.
Acabooe
            
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