Tennessee Waltz chords
by Patti Page
- Tennessee Waltz was written by Redd Stewart & Pee Wee King in 1946. They recorded the song Dec 2, 1947 and released it Jan 2, 1948.
- Released by Patti Page: Nov, 1950
- Music Style: Country
- Album: Patti Page - Golden Hits
- Music: Key of Eb Major in 3/4 time at ~ 88 bpm (♩) with a key change to Bb during Instrumental.
- Chords: Eb, Eb7, Bb, Bb7, Ab, G7 F, F7
- Easier: Play in C Major with a key change to G Major
- Chords in C → G Major: C, C7, G, G7, F, E7, D, D7 ... charts below
Barre Line: One finger holds down multiple strings R: Root Note
Unmarked strings: Play open X: Don't play string B: Bass Note
Tennessee Waltz by Patti Page
Capo on 3rd fret if playing with the videoSong Key is highlighted - Transpose to any other key
C C G C Intro: 3/4 ‖ | 𝄎 | | / / | ‖ (I was) C 1. I was dan-cin' with my dar-lin' C7 F To the Ten-nes-see Waltz C G G7 When an old friend I hap-pened to see | | C In-tro-duced her to my loved one C7 F And while they were dan-cin' C G7 C My friend stole my sweet-heart from me C E7 F C Chorus: I re-mem-ber the night and the Ten-nes-see Waltz C G G7 Now I know just how much I have lost | | C C7 F Yes, I lost my little dar-lin' The night they were playing C G7 C D7 The beau-ti-ful Ten-nes-see Waltz |(Key change)|... G G7 C G D D7 Instr: ‖ | 𝄎 | | | | 𝄎 | | ‖ G G7 C G D7 G G7 ‖ | 𝄎 | | | | | | ‖ C 2. I was dan-cin' with my dar-lin' C7 F To the Ten-nes-see Waltz C G G7 When an old friend I hap-pened to see | | C In-tro-duced her to my loved one C7 F And while they were dan-cin' C G7 C My friend stole my sweet-heart from me C E7 F C Chorus: I re-mem-ber the night and the Ten-nes-see Waltz C G G7 Now I know just how much I have lost | | C C7 F Yes, I lost my little dar-lin' The night they were play-ing C G7 C C The beau-ti-ful Ten-nes-see Waltz | 𝄑 |...
- Born: Clara Ann Fowler on the 8th November 1927 in Claremore, Oklahoma, United States.
- Died: 1st January, 2013 (aged 85) in Encinitas, California, United States.
- Active years: 1946 - 2012
- Instruments: Contralto vocals (lowest female voice type)
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Patti Page was a renowned American singer and one of the best-selling female artists of the 1950s. She gained widespread fame for her distinctive voice and versatile singing style.
Page's career took off in the late 1940s, and she became known for her hits like "Tennessee Waltz" and "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?" Her music encompassed various genres, including pop, country, and traditional pop, making her a crossover sensation.
Throughout her career, Patti Page recorded numerous chart-topping songs and received accolades, including Grammy Awards. She was also known for her television appearances and stage performances.
Patti Page's contributions to music left an indelible mark, and she remains an iconic figure in the history of American popular music.