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About the song and tablature. You can find tablatures below the description.

In the realm of timeless holiday classics, “Santa Baby” stands out as a uniquely cheeky and charming request to Santa Claus, making it a delightful addition to any harmonica player’s repertoire. Composed in 1953 by Joan Javits and Philip Springer, “Santa Baby” was originally sung by Eartha Kitt, bringing to life the playful lyrics that cheekily list extravagant gift requests to Santa. This mid-century melody has since been covered by numerous artists, boasting a jazzy tune that’s as fun to listen to as it is to play. Whether you’re a beginner eager to learn harmonica by number or an experienced player looking for harmonica exercises for beginners that break away from the traditional, this song’s number notation makes it accessible to all.

For those embarking on their musical journey with a harmonica in hand, “Santa Baby” offers a fantastic opportunity to dive into a piece rich in cultural history and musical charm. The song’s lyrics, filled with wit and a hint of sass, encapsulate a style of music that was both ahead of its time and deeply rooted in the era’s pop culture. By using the harmonica number notes from our harmonica songbook with numbers, learners of all ages can enjoy the satisfaction of playing a well-known tune without the steep learning curve often associated with reading traditional sheet music. This approach, ideal for harmonica learning books for adults and kids alike, allows for an immediate sense of achievement and fun, reinforcing the joy of music. The inclusion of “Santa Baby” in our easy harmonica songbook not only provides a delightful challenge for players but also connects them to a piece of musical history that continues to resonate with listeners and performers around the world.

Santa Baby harmonica song
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