G'day Best Bliss.. I wrote this one and would love for you to be able to play and sing it but i use my own tab shorthand so couldnt type it on here. You may be able to work it out from the clip. You need a dulkcimer with a one and a half fret to play it. Sorry i couldnt help. Helen
Very fun! I liked your smiles- it added to the experience. Where can I find tab for this song?
Thanks for watching Greg
Thanks for having a listen Bill.
So glad you enjoyed it Charles... harmonica would work great. I nearly didnt post it cos my singing is so rough. You've made my day.
I really like that one.
Helen, that was too much fun!! I had to dig out my harmonica and play along!
Awe thanks Wayne,... yes your lyrics fit perfectly! Whatever melody you choose, (feel free to use mine if u like) get in there and write that song! You'll surprise yourself ... and you have already done the hard part. My songs start either with a lyric line or a 3 or 4 note pattern. That, and a bit of patience with yourself is all it takes.. so well done so far! I look forward to seeing it posted some time soon.
All I can say is OMG!!! That was AWESOME!!! Actually it gave me an idea. I've been working on a song (words for now) that I came up with several months ago about a dog I once had. It's not her name BUT I chose to call her (in the lyrics) Gayle ..... "I had a dog, her name was Gayle, and all she did, was chase her tail." You can only imagine where I went with the rest. When (IF) I get it going I will post. Anyway ... THANK YOU for your inspiration
Thank you for that Gail.
Nice one, Helen!
Thanks so much Mr Terry.
Thanks for taking a look at it Robin. So glad you enjoyed it.
Thank you Dusty and John. John i cant believe i was nervous about getting a 1.5 fret... your advice to ignore it for the first week worked a treat then i started to experiment. Yes, I'm loving it now and dont knokw how i ever got by without it.
Your song writing skills have taken you up to new heights. I enjoyed your song, Helen.
What fun, Helen! Thanks for the smiles on this gray February morning!
Very clever, Helen.
Someone in Australia is loving her 1+ fret! Cool tune!
Thank you Mary... i never play with md on a table, i always play it on my lap with a strap around my waist.. plus for my videos i put a cushion under my left foot to even up the height a bit and stop my shakey foot moving the dulcimer.