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I'm so glad there's such a demand for this great funk song. I'm in love with funky music and this is the perfect funk song to make a tutorial of.

All we've got here is four chords, that's it. At the beginning we're introducing the funk rhythm and later on we combine it with the melody in the right hand. What I'm going to do in the piano tutorial is play the rhythm very slowly so you'll get a hold of the groove and later on I'll the melody.

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Get Lucky Piano Sheet Music by Daft Punk

Click here to print out the piano sheet of of Get Lucky by Daft Punk. It is arranged exactly like I played it at the beginning of this piano tutorial

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Although you can play the song quite easily by just understanding how to play the first four bars and by reading the Get Lucky piano sheet, I've made sure to put some inetersting varaiations that are played through the song to make it sound close to the original and to make this interesting. So once you get a hold of playing the basic chord progression you can slowly move line by line to adjust the left hand to the melodic and rhythmic changes in the best and some movement with the right hand.

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