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What A Wonderful World (Kalimba Tab)

What A Wonderful Kalimba tab is here so that you can play it on your instrument!

Louis Armstrong’s calming song has such a positive message about the wonderful world we live in. This song, which was first released in 1967, has remained popular to this day, appearing in films such as Disney’s ‘Finding Dory.’

Various artists have covered it, but we believe Louis Armstrong’s version is the best. His voice brings out the emotion in the lyrics, and when he plays the kalimba, it makes the song even more relaxing.


Kalimba Tab – What a Wonderful World


A  G A  G


C  D   F      F    C      D   D    D   C

I see trees of green, red ros-es too.

B  B   B      A      G        G    G    F

I see them blue, before me and you.

F     F  F     F   F   F      F      E  F     G    A   D

And I think to my self, what a won-der-ful world.

F    G    A     B   A   B    A


G C   D       F F     C      F     D   D  C

I see skies of blue and clou-ds of white

B     B       B             A    G   G      G          F

The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night

F     F  F     F   F   F      F      E  F     G         F

And I think to my self, what a won-der-ful world.

What A Wonderful World FAQs

Who sang the original ‘What a Wonderful World?’

What a Wonderful World is a song by Bob Thiele (using the pseudonym George Douglas) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released as a single in 1968.

What do the green trees in What a Wonderful World represent?

This song is about having hope and trust in the world and the people who live in it.

What was the inspiration behind Louis Armstrong’s song What a Wonderful World?

It was written to break down racial tensions in the 1960s, but due to a lack of promotion, it failed to chart as a single in the United States on its first release, despite topping the charts in many other countries.

Sakari Oramo