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Happy Birthday to You (Kalimba Tab)


Do you want to the Kalimba tab for Happy Birthday to you? Here it is below if you want to learn to play it!

Happy Birthday has to be the most well-known song of all time. It’s sung to anyone on their birthday, and it’s been remade in every language imaginable. While the exact origin is unknown, the music’s melody can be traced back to 1893, when the original song was called “Good Morning To All.”

Patty Hill and Mildred Hill, two American sisters, wrote the song. In 1912, the song was remade with new lyrics: “Happy Birthday To You.” The notes for playing the music on the kalimba are listed below, and they are in accordance with the song’s original lyrics. Choose between playing the lettered notes or the numbers.

Kalimba Tab – Happy Birthday To You

Lyrics, letter and number notes

G     G   A     G     C B

5       5   6     5      1 7

Hap-py birth-day to you

G     G   A      G   D  C

5     5   6      5   2  1

hap-py birth-day to you.

G     G   G      E     C      B  A

5      5   5       3      1      7  6

Hap-py birth-day dear (persons name)

F      F   E      C    D C

4      4   3       1     2 1

hap-py birth-day to you.

Happy Birthday to You  FAQs

What is the name of the song Happy Birthday to You in its original form?

The song’s full title is “Happy Birthday to You,” and it is widely regarded as the most well-known song in the English language. Enjoy the lyrics to Happy Birthday to You. The melody is generally attributed to two sisters, Mildred and Patty Hill, who wrote it for a song called “Good Morning to All,” despite some debate.

What does it mean to wish someone a Happy Birthday?

“Happy Birthday to You” (or simply “Happy Birthday”) is a popular party song that is traditionally sung to commemorate the anniversary of a person’s birth. This is the most well-known tune in the English language, according to Guinness World Records from 1998.

Happy Birthday to You (Kalimba Tab)
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