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5 songs in 1

Discussion in 'Music' started by v12, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. v12


    Swing Low and
    She'll be coming round the mountain both fit really well with
    Oh when the saints
  2. ineedsleep

    ineedsleep New commenter

    no need to find the music it is very easy to work out. It just uses chords C,G and F. And as another poster said the three songs that you are probably thinking of are I'm gonna Sing, When the Saints and Swing low.
    C C C G
    C F C GC
    or something like that!
    Enjoy, we really enjoy singing this one at keystage 3
  3. mrkeys

    mrkeys Occasional commenter

    Used these a lot when I was in mainstream but went up a semi-tone each verse.
    With some repeats I think we ended up in F having started in Bb.
    Lots of fun and very effective. Once had all 900 of the school performing at and end of term assembly.

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