Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Easy (Notes & Tabs also given)

If you are here for Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Easy then you are in right place. Jingle Bells Guitar Easy are G, C, Am, D and Strumming Pattern is DD-DU-DU. Only these 4 chords are used to play this Beautiful Christmas Song. We have given all details below that are required to play this song on guitar. So let’s not waste time and learn Easy Jingle Bells Guitar Chords.

  • Song Key: G Major
  • Tempo: 104 BPM
  • Tuning: Standard (EADGBE)
  • Chords Used: G, C, Am, D7, D
  • Strumming Used: DD-DU-DU
Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Easy
jingle bells guitar tab easy

Jingle Bells Guitar Strumming Pattern

So Strumming Pattern for Jingle Bells is DD-DU-DU.

Easy Guitar Chords For Jingle Bells

Easy Guitar Chords For Jingle Bells

It can be seen that easy guitar chords for Jingle Bells are G, C, Am, D which are very basic chords and can be easily played even by beginners. You can play whole of the song with these basic chords.

VERSE 1

(G) Dashing through the (G) snow
In a one (G) horse open (C) sleigh
(Am) O’er the fields we (D) go..
(D) Laughing all the (G) way
(G) Bells on bob tail (G) ring..
(G) Making spirits (C) bright
(Am) What fun it is to (G) laugh and sing
a (D) sleighing song (G) tonight…

CHORUS

Ooh, (G) jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (A) one horse open (D) sleigh,hey

(G) Jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (D) one horse open (G) sleigh

See Also: More Christmas Songs

VERSE 2

(G) A day or two ago..
(G) I thought I’d take a (C) ride..
And (Am) soon Miss Fanny (D) Bright
(D) Was seated by my (G) side…
The (G) horse was lean and lank
(G) Misfortune seemed his (C) lot
(Am) We got into a drif(G)ted bank,
And then (D) we got up(G)shot..

Ooh, (G) jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (A) one horse open (D) sleigh,hey

(G) Jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (D) one horse open (G) sleigh

See Also: Merry Christmas by Ed Sheeran

VERSE 3

(G) Now the ground is white
(G) Go it while (C) you’re young..
(Am) Take the girls (D) tonight
And (D) sing this sleighing (G) song..
(G) Just get a bob tailed bay
(G) Two-forty for his (C) speed..
Then (Am) Hitch him to an (G) open sleigh
And (D) crack!! you’ll take the (G) lead

Ooh, (G) jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (A) one horse open (D) sleigh,hey

(G) Jingle bells.. (G) jingle bells
Jingle (C) all the (G) way
(C) Oh, what fun (G) it is to ride
In a (D) one horse open (G) sleigh

See Also: Silent Night Chords

See Also: Jingle Bells in C Scale

You may also watch Tutorial Video here:

Jingle Bells Guitar Notes and Tabs:

Below we have given Easy Guitar Tabs and Notes for Jingle Bells in an image as well as video form. So go through any one which you feel comfortable with. And Merry Christmas to All.. Enjoy!!

Jingle Bells Guitar Notes and Tabs

Watch This Tabs Lesson for your assistance:

We hope you found jingle bells guitar notes and Tab easy and useful. For any correction and suggestion please comment below.

Tips and Tricks to play Jingle Bells Guitar chords:

We have given above very simple and basic chords that everybody can play easily. Although Originally some chords like “D7” instead of simple “D” has been used, but we didn’t mention them as it would only create confusion and difficulty playing them. Chords given above suits well and Sounds very much original, so you need not to worry.

And we have also given Video Tutorials for Jingle Bells Tabs and Notes. You can also take help from them. And in any case if you still have a query or feeling difficult to play song in your acoustic guitar, then you may contact us and we will try to help you out personally as soon as possible.

Song Info:
Song Title: Jingle Bells
Lyrics: James Lord Pierpont

More About Jingle Bells:
‘Jingle Bells’ is one of the best and popular known song for christmas. It is the most commonly sung American songs all over the world. It was penned by James Lord Pierpont [1822–1893] and later published under the title “The One Horse Open Sleigh” in the autumn season of the year 1857 (16 September).

It has been claimed that Jingle Bells was originally written to be sung by a Sunday school choir or as a drinking song. Although it has no original connection to Christmas, it became associated with Christmas music and the holiday season in the 1860s and 1870s. It was featured in a variety of parlor song and college anthologies in the 1880s. Jingle Bells was first recorded in 1889 on an Edison cylinder and this recording of Jingle Bells is believed to be the first Christmas record, is lost, but an 1898 recording also from Edison Records survives.

Although it is an unsettled question where and when James Lord originally composed the song that would become known as “Jingle Bells”.

Note: You may find some other versions of chords around the internet but we assure you that chords given above are very much easy and accurate to original. We have created these chords while keeping in mind about the beginners mainly. And remember that Jingle Bells Chords for Guitar given above are only for original song i.e in G scale and chords may differ for any reprised or cover version of this song.

You can also request chords for your favourite songs by commenting down the name of the song and we will try our best to post them as soon as possible. So let’s end this article of “Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Easy” for today and will meet very soon with another lesson, till then take care of yourself and of all living beings around you. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.


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