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I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Kalimba Tab)


Do you want the Kalimba tab for I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You so you can learn to play it?

Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss wrote the beautiful song I can’t help falling in love with you. Gladys Music, Inc. published the song. The song “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was recorded by Elvis Presley for his album Blue Hawaii, which was released in 1961.

Many talented musicians and bands have covered it since then, including UB40, Haley Reinhart, Twenty One Pilots, and others. The popular song reached number one on the Billboard charts in the United States and stayed there for seven weeks. It was number one in the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands, and a number of other countries. As demonstrated by leading musicians, the song sounds good on any instrument and the kalimba is no exception. 

I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Kalimba Tab)

NOTES & LYRICS

C      G     C     D   E  F      E      D

Wise men say, On-ly fools rush in

G   A  B     C     D    E   F  E      D      C

But I can’t help fall-ing in love with you

C     G C       D        E  F  E D 

Shall I stay? Would it be a sin

GA B     C      D   E   F   E     D      C

If I can’t help fall-ing in love with you?

B     E G  B  A        B      E  G B   A

Like a riv-er flows, sure-ly to the sea

B    E      G  B   A

Dar-ling, so it goes

G        G        E    G       E   F G

Some things are meant to be

C       G  C       D      E    F        E   D

Take my hand, take my whole life too

G   A B     C      D   E    F    E     D     C

For I can’t help fall-ing in love with you

I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You FAQs

Is it true that Elvis Presley sang Can’t Help Falling in Love?

Elvis Presley’s song “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was recorded for the album Blue Hawaii by the American singer (1961).

Where did the song “Can’t Help Falling in Love” come from?

(The melody is based on Jean-Paul-Égide Martini’s ” Plaisir d’amour,” a popular French love song written in 1784.) The song was originally titled “Can’t Help Falling in Love with Him” for a woman, which explains why the first and third lines end in “in” and “sin” instead of words that rhyme with “you.”

I Can't Help Falling In Love With You (Kalimba Tab)
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