The tune is pretty basic. I can’t remember Apart chords, but the B harmonies are Em|Em|A|A|C|C|B7|Em:||
Rodney Miller has a pretty cool version of this tune on his Airplang album.
writtenby Bob McQuillen
Chords on the 1st part are identical to the 2nd part or sometimes played:
I played it this way with my band.. I find it much more interesting.
T: Dancing Bear, The
|:EFGF EFGF|EFGA G2 E2|EFGF EFGF|EFGA G2 E2|
EFGF EFGF|EFGA B2 e2|B2BA BcBA|GFE2 E3z:|
|:e2 ef gfef|gf e2 e3z|d2 ef gfef|gf e2 e3z|
c#2 ef gfe2|c2 ef gfe2|B2Bc BAGF|G2E2 E3z:|
Then.. the b part chords..
Em|Em|D|D|A/C#(C# in bass.. or not)|C|B|Em
Fun fun fun..
A fun, kind of midless tune that sometimes just kind of plays itself. Often played for dances.
Makes me want to sing that song "wa wa wa wa wa- waltzing with bears"
Dancing Bear slightly modified
I first heard this tune from a guy named Jeff Katz. His arrangement was so dynamic it completely changed the tune from a rather standard dance tune to a performance piece.
The boy is Jeff’s son, the girl his neice.