Do You Hear What I Hear chords
by Órla Fallon & Méav Ní Mhaolchath
- Music & Lyrics: Noel Regney & Gloria Shayne
- Performance: Órla Fallon & Méav Ní Mhaolchath
- Album: Orla Fallon's Celtic Christmas
- Key Signatures: Bb, C and D Major
- Music: 2 key changes in 4/4 time at 86 bpm (♩)
- Chords: B♭, G, A, Am, Am7, D, Dm, Dm7, F, Em, E, E7, C
Barre Line: One finger holds down multiple strings R: Root Note
Unmarked strings: Play open X: Don't play string B: Bass Note
Do You Hear What I HearSong Key is highlighted - Transpose to any other key
Bb Bb Intro: 4/4 𝄁 | | | | (hold) 𝄁 Bb Fm7 Bb 1. Said the night wind to the lit-tle lamb Do you see what I see Bb Fm7 Bb Way up in the sky lit-tle lamb Do you see what I see Gm Dm A star A star Danc-ing in the night Eb F D With a tail as big as a kite Eb F Bb Fm7 Bb With a tail as big as a | kite / / | | Bb Fm7 Bb 2. Said the lit-tle lamb to the shep-herd boy Do you hear what I hear (Do you hear what I hear) Bb Fm7 Bb Ring-ing through the sky shep-herd boy Do you hear what I hear (Do you hear what I hear) Gm Dm A song A song High a-bove the trees Eb F D With a voice as big as the sea Eb F Bb C Gm7 C With a voice as big as the sea... | / / | | (key change) C Gm7 C 3. Said the shep-herd boy to the might-y king Do you know what I know (Do you know what I know) C Gm7 C In your pal-ace wall might-y king Do you know what I know (Do you know what I know) Am Em A child A child Shiv-ers in the cold F G E Let us bring him sil-ver and gold F G C C Let us bring him sil-ver and gold | |...(key change) D Am7 D 4. Said the king to the peo-ple ev-‘ry-where Listen to what I say (Listen to what I say) D Am7 D Pray for peace people ev-‘ry-where Listen to what I say (Listen to what I say) Bm F#m The child The child Sleep-ing in the night G A F# He will bring us good-ness and light (rit. / slow down) G A D Am7 D D Am7 D He will bring us good-ness and | light / / | | / / | | 𝄑
Orla & Méav
Orla and Meav are 2 of the original members of Celtic Woman. They are both Irish singers that specialize in traditional music from their Homeland along with a variety of tunes with a strong Celtic flavor.
Since leaving Celtic Woman they have continued on with flourishing solo careers including a variety of projects and recordings. Orla has a mystical and hauntingly beautiful sound to her voice while Maev reaches heights with a smooth precision and clarity that is truly outstanding.