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Beginners - fun opportunity to learn [Gm] and [Eb]. Get your fingers into the Gm shape, then for the Eb keep everything in place and just slide your 2nd finger from the 2nd fret to the 3rd fret on the 3rd string. The song sheets are in the same key as the videos. I've arranged the chords based on 2 beats to the bar to make it easy to know how the chords fit in with the words (although most piano arrangements I looked at have it as 4 beats to a bar).
- Camila Cabelo version with rap - abridged for BUG. Don't get hung up on the arrows - you may be stopping on a down strum OR an up strum, depending on what strum you've decided to use; similar to video 1 and 2
- Camila Cabelo version without rap - abridged for BUG; similar to video 3 (Fallon show)
- Ariel McCleary cover version (video 4 and 5) - she says she's using a [D] chord, but I think for the most part she's using [D7] however I've done it up based on what she's said, plus I've added the [Eb] that she mentioned in the PRE-CHORUS however you can do the [Cm] instead. You could also just bar the 3rd fret and play [Cm7] instead of [Cm] throughout the song, and use [D7] throughout as well, if you find it easier.
"Havana" is a song recorded by Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, with one version featuring guest vocals from American rapper Young Thug. It was released on August 3, 2017 as a promotional single from her debut studio album Camila (2018). The song became an international success, reaching number one in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, Scotland, the United Kingdom and the United States. In January 2018, "Havana" reached number-one on the Hot 100 becoming both Cabello and Young Thug’s first song to top the chart. "Havana" became the ninth song to top the Mainstream Top 40, Rhythmic and Adult Top 40 airplay charts–over the 22 years that all three charts have coexisted.Cabello became the third artist in chart history to top both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 for their first time in the same week, after Britney Spears and Beyoncé did so in 1999 and 2003, respectively.
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