|Performed By:||Judy Garland (1944), Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, The Carpenters, Sara Hickman, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks|
(Intro:) A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 Fdim(I) E6 A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E E6 Have yourself a Merry little Christmas A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E E6 Let your hearts be light Amaj7 F#m D Dmaj7 E E7 A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E E6 From now on, our troubles will be out of sight A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E E6 Have yourself a merry little Christmas A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E E6 Make the Yuletide gay Amaj7 F#m D Dmaj7 E E7 F#m F#m9 F#m F#m7 From now on, our troubles will be miles a - way. (Bridge:) Dmaj7 D6 C#m Amaj7 Here we are as in olden days Bm7 Fdim Amaj7 C#m7 Happy golden days of yore F#m Cdim Amaj7 F#m Faithful friends who are dear to us B7 Bm7-5 Fdim E7 Travel near to us once more. A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 Fdim Through the years we all will be together A Amaj7 D Dmaj7 E If the fates allow; A F#m D Fdim E F#m F#m9 F#m - F#m7 Hang a shining star upon the highest bough Dmaj7 D6 Bm7-5 E E6 E7 And have yourself a merry little Christmas A Amaj7 A Amaj7 A A9 Amaj7 Now. Had Judy Garland not balked at the idea, this song from the movie "Meet Me In St. Louis" might have been even bleaker, starting as "Have yourself a merry little Christmas, it may be your last...." The closing guitar run suggests the tune of "Jingle Bells."
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