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Santa Claus Is Coming to Town: Accordi

SIb SIb/LAb You better watch out MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb You better not cry SIb SIb9 Better not pout MIb MIbm6 I'm telling you why SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb FA7/6 Santa Claus is coming to town SIb SIb/LAb He's making a list MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb And checking it twice SIb SIb/LAb MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb Gonna find out Who's naughty and nice SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb Santa Claus is coming to town SIb9 MIb He sees you when you're sleeping SIb9 MIb He knows when you're awake DO7 FA He knows if you've been bad or good DO7 FA7 So be good for goodness sake! SIb SIb/LAb You better watch out MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb You better not cry SIb SIb9 Better not pout MIb MIbm6 I'm telling you why SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb FA7/6 Santa Claus is coming to town SIb SIb/LAb MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb With little tin horns and little toy drums SIb SIb/LAb MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb Rooty toot toots and rummy tum tums SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb FA7/6 Santa Claus is coming to town SIb9 MIb He sees you when you're sleeping SIb9 MIb He knows when you're awake DO7 FA He knows if you've been bad or good DO7 FA7 So be good for goodness sake! SIb SIb/LAb You better watch out MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb You better not cry SIb SIb9 Better not pout MIb MIbm6 I'm telling you why SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb FA7/6 Santa Claus is coming to town SIb SIb/LAb You better watch out MIb/SOL MIbm/SOLb You better not cry SIb SIb9 Better not pout MIb MIbm6 I'm telling you why SIb SOLm7 DOm7 FA7 SIb Santa Claus is coming FA7 SIb ... is coming to town
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Santa Claus Is Coming to Town: Video

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town è un famosissimo brano natalizio appartenente alla tradizione statunitense. Scritto nel 1932 da Haven Gillespie per il testo e da J.Fred Coots per la musica, venne interpretato da Eddie Cantor nel 1934 durante una trasmissione radiofonica, in occasione del Giorno del ringraziamento. Uno dei canti natalizi più famosi ed eseguiti di sempre.

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Alberto Moneti
33 anni, polistrumentista: pianoforte, chitarra, batteria, clarinetto. Ha conseguito la licenza in teoria musicale e solfeggio presso il Conservatorio Cherubini di Firenze. Dal 1997 è organista presso la Basilica di Santa Maria del Sasso, a Bibbiena (AR).