Harmonica Tab: Oh Susanna by Stephen Foster

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Learn to play Oh Susanna by Stephen Foster on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: ‘Susanna’ is thought to be a reference to Stephen Foster’s sister, Charlotte, whose middle name was Susannah. 

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

Oh! Susanna by Stephen Foster (for diatonic harmonica)

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 I came from Al-a-bam-a

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with my ban-jo on my knee;

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I’m goin’ to Lou-‘si-an-a

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M-y true love for to see.

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I-t rained all night the day I left

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The weath-er it was dry;

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Th-e sun so hot I froze to death,

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Su-san-na, don’t you cry.

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Oh, Su-san-na, oh, don’t you cry for me;

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I-ve come from Al-a-bam-a

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with my ban-jo on my knee.

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