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Let's Do It Chords
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Let's Do It Song Info
|Artist and Song:||Cole Porter - Let's Do It|
|Album:||Cole Porter Songbook, Vol.2|
|Tuning:||G C E A|
|Chords:||[C6], [G7], [Dm7], [C7], [F], [Fm]|
|Strumming:||D - DU - UDU|
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Chords & Strumming Pattern of Cole Porter - Let's Do ItLet's Do It is a song by Pop artist Cole Porter. It was released in 1956 on the album, titled "Cole Porter Songbook, Vol.2". D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for Let's Do It . [C6], [G7], [Dm7], [C7], [F], [Fm] are the guitar chords for playing Let's Do It with the original key (C) on guitar.
Who Sings Let's Do It ?
Let's Do It is a song by Cole Porter. It was first released on their "Cole Porter Songbook, Vol.2" album in 1956.
What Are The Guitar Chords Of Let's Do It ?
In order to play the song Let's Do It on the guitar, you will need to use [C6], [G7], [Dm7], [C7], [F], [Fm] chords in order to play in original key (C).
How Do You Strum Let's Do It On Guitar?
Let's Do It strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. For those who find the suggested pattern too complex, an alternative pattern is D (down) strumming.