What Songs are in 21 Songs in 6 Days?

A lot of people ask “What songs are in 21 Songs in 6 Days: Learn Ukulele the Easy Way?”

So here’s the complete list:

Are You Sleeping?

Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Three Blind Mice

Have You Seen the Ghost of John?

Hey, Ho, Nobody Home

Ah, Poor Bird

Frère Jacques

Chatter With the Angels

A Ram Sam Sam

Shoo, Fly, Don’t Bother Me (in keys of F & C)

Hush, Little Baby (in keys of F & C)

Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow (in keys of F & C)

C, then G7 Etude

He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands

Polly Wolly Doodle

Jingle Bells

This Land Is Your Land (Simple Version & Complex Version)

For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow

Oh, When the Saints

I’ve Been Working on the Railroad

Red River Valley

Ukulele Songs Perfect for Beginners

We’ve carefully selected these songs so that they are familiar and easy to play. Many customers agree as they have sent feedback that 21 Songs in 6 Days: Learn Ukulele the Easy Way  “enables you to get to playing right away and have fun doing it” and that it is “great for a novice.”

This ukulele book starts from simple songs and moves gradually to the more complicated ones – perfect for incremental progress. 21 Songs in 6 Days is our beginner and classic ukulele book, but we also have four other books which all feature carefully selected songs – 21 Easy Ukulele Songs for Christmas, 21 More Songs in 6 Days:Learn Intermediate Ukulele the Easy Way, Easy Ukulele Songs (Five with Five Chords) and Ukulele for All.

Start playing the ukulele with 21 Songs in 6 Days

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  • Get online video lessons free with your purchase of this ukulele book so you can read, listen, or watch as you play along
  • Easily combine ukulele chords and strums by singing as you strum
  • Learn from a Grammy Award nominated educator and former Harvard Master Class piano teacher
  • Eliminate frustration with well-known, easy-to-learn folk songs and gradual step by step instruction
  • Perfect for beginning musicians. Simple and easy to understand
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