A Whistling Tune (CHORDS) by Elvis Presley

LOGO ELVIS PRESLEY - Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King". Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi, as a twinless twin—his brother was stillborn. When he was 13 years old, he and his family relocated to Memphis, Tennessee. [More..]
[Intro]~
A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm
A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm
A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm
A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm


[Verse]~
       A           D                 A
Did you ever notice when the sun goes down

      A               D                  A
Out of nowhere comes a strange and pretty sound

A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

      A                  D6               A  Bm    C#m  Bm
It's a whistling tune for walking in the night


[Verse]~
      A              D              A
If you listen you can hear it in the breeze

         A                  D                    A
‘Specially when the breeze is drifting through the trees

A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

      A                  D6               A  Bm    C#m  Bm
It's a whistling tune for walking in the night


[Middle 8]~
D                               C#m
The murmuring waters sing the song

D                            A
The echoing mountains hum along

D                                 C#m
The whispering valleys fill the air

      B7                             E  E7   E6  E
With a whistling tune our hearts can share


[Verse]~
       A            D                A
It's so wonderful to walk beneath the moon

         A             D                 A
Listening to old Mother Nature’s favorite tune

A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

      A                  D6               A  Bm    C#m  Bm
It's a whistling tune for walking in the night


[Outro]~
      A                  D6               A  Bm    C#m  Bm
It's a whistling tune for walking in the night


A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm
A Bm  C#m Bm  A Bm  C#m Bm

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