Elton John Harmony Piano Tutorial

Hello, baby hello
Havent seen your face for a while
Have you quit doing time for me
Or are you still the same spoiled child

Hello, I said hello
Is this the only place you thought to go
Am I the only man you ever had
Or am I just the last surviving friend that you know

Harmony and me
Were pretty good company
Looking for an island
In our boat upon the sea
Harmony, gee I really love you
And I want to love you forever
And dream of the never, never, never leaving harmony

Hello, baby hello
Open up your heart and let your feelings flow
Youre not unlucky knowing me
Keeping the speed real slow
In any case I set my own pace
By stealing the show, say hello, hello
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20 thoughts on “Elton John Harmony Piano Tutorial

  1. You are spot on Captain, I'd always thought after listening to this song for years and played it many times and even with having seen the printed sheet music that there was something not right about the opening chord…was beginning to wonder where my ears deceiving me but it is definitely is a 'B' note right at the top of the chord..not a Bb in keeping with the 'Ebminor'

  2. @BJ22PIANO C# and F# are more common, but this piece is in Eb minor, so you get the flats. The reason is the commonly raised tones in minor. If it were F# or Gb major, F# would be preferred, but with Eb or D# minor Eb is preferred because the raised leading tone in D# minor would be a Cx (C double sharp,) an uncommon, annoying-to-read note, so would other notes borrowed from the major mode as D# major is a crazy sharp key. It's really a choice uncommon flats or rare double sharps, so flats it is

  3. Hi Mike great channel , cheers I learned this one from you , but I'm also lost when it comes to the outro , I can pick out the bass notes but cant make out the right hand . Any suggestions would be much appreciated thanks .

  4. Agree with Kim about opening chord. Second chord could be similar, like a stripped down 6th chord. Elton likes to put a twist on his chords. Fourth chord a sixth chord too (no 5th).

  5. great song for sure!
    I found some chords at AZ Chords under guitar chords for something about the way you look tonight. if that helps

  6. Fantastic tutorial, do you know how to play "something about the way you look tonight"? I've been looking for it for a long time

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