This one is going to be a BRILLIANT song! It sounds complicated as it’s in 6 parts, but really a couple of them are simply an octave apart. The trickiest bit is the chorus but it’s the same all four times so once you’ve nailed the first one, the others will be easy.
Yellows have the tune – Reds have a lot of the tune too.
The first verse is in unison. The second verse has a lower harmony for the greens/blues and purples. The third verse has a higher harmony for the Reds and pinks.
I’ll be teaching this thoroughly online on Monday 6th July – you’re not expected to have prepared for it. These harmonies are for anyone who likes to be very slightly ahead. Remember, you can choose any part!
**** Green Harmonies re-jigged and sorted!