About the Sheet Music
This is a fun one to play.
It’s another one in funky old-style tuning, A D F# B, and they instruct you to put a capo on the first fret, which would move all the notes another step higher.
If you did all that (re-tuning plus capo), the chord diagram that looks like a C (as we know it), would be an Eb! (The piano music is in the key of Eb, so the goal with the capo is to get you in the same key as the piano, without having to do a bunch of crazy fingering).
How to Simplify
The easiest thing to do is just follow the chord diagrams, and don’t worry about the chord names. Then the one that looks like a C–you would just play a C chord. You’ll be playing and singing two steps below the way it’s written, but no one will know but you and your sore throat.
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