Although mainly demonstrational, this video shows you how to play a song "The Japanese Sandman" on guitar. This video is intended for advanced players who learn easily by watching or listening. Read the useful tips posted below to aid your guitar learning:
The words to this song were written by Raymond B. Egan, and Richard A. Whiting wrote the music in 1920. Give it a gentle, raggy feel.
Here are the chords:
C / / / C / / / A7 / / / A7 / / /
D7 / / / G7 / / / C / / / G7 / / /
C / / / C / / / E / / / E / / /
B7 / / / B7 / / / E / Gdim / G7 / / /
C / / / C7 / / / F / / / F / / /
Fm / / / Fm / / / Dm / / / G7 / / /
C / / / C / / / Am / / / Am / / /
D7 / / / G7 / / / C / / / C / / /
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