Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)

Harmonic Analysis Worksheet (RMA/HA)

Published: 05 Jan 2024 Updated: 05 Jan 2024Visits: 10Code: ULHA-YB-76

INSTRUMENTS: Harmonic-Analysis Main: Any Others: Ukulele ANY
Subjects: Theory • Progressions • Harmony • Analysis • Rma

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)


Harmonic Analysis (RMA) Worksheet for the song: Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think).

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)

Published 1949

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) is a popular song published in 1949, with music written by Carl Sigman and lyrics by Herb Magidson.

A popular version of the song, recorded by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, was made on 27 November (some sources give 28 November), 1949. The recording was released by Decca Records as catalog number 24825. The record first reached the Billboard record chart in the US on 13 January 1950, and lasted 19 weeks on the chart, peaking at number 10. (wikiwand)

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) is in the The Daily Ukulele 365 Songs for Better Living book.

Strum a different song every day with easy arrangements of 365 of your favorite songs in one big songbook! The Daily Ukulele features ukulele arrangements with melody, lyrics and uke chord grids and are in ukulele-friendly keys that are particularly suited for groups of one to one hundred to play and sing.

Chords

C Dm C7 F G7 C#dim

Theses and many other chords where covered in the Learn A Chord A Day series of lessons.

C Tuning Chords

Starting Melody Note and 1st Interval

  • Start on Root ↑ M3.
  • INTERVALS: Root=note that begins a scale of the starting key; C is C, D is D, Am is a, Em is E, etc... m=minor; M=Major; P=Perfect; D=Diminished; A=Augmented. • ↑ is up/ascending; ↓ is down/descending;

    Harmonic Analysis (HA)

    A Harmonic Analysis (RMA/HA) and its worksheet are intended to show the function of the chords, the harmonic principles used, the keys and tonalities the song explores. And, can be used for scale selections and chord and scale substitutions.

    A Harmonic Analysis Worksheet is NOT intended to be a leadsheet and minimal roadmap information such repeats, fines, D.S., D.C., codas have been used in preparing the worksheets to somewhat mirror the leadsheet in the Daily Ukulele book..

    Sections, Verse, Chorus, 1st, 2nd Ending, turnbacks …

    The worksheets will show 1st, 2nd Ending, turnbacks, etc. as in indicated the Yellow Book. You should start to recognize that 1st endings typically always return to a previous or verse or section. With a 2nd ending, a transition to a different section, a or chorus. Harmonic Principles are used for these repeats and transitions.

    If turnbacks chord are not indication for the these 1st, 2nd Ending will indicate recommended chord(s) in parentheses or as an alternate harmony in Red . Typically the last measures or turnbacks will be a chord that resolves to and harmonically leads you to the next section or turning you back to the same section.

    Reference Key

    This is the key of the source leadsheet.

    • Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) is in 4/4, Common Time and the Key of C .

    Harmonic Principles Used:

    Harmonic Analysis (HA) Worksheet

    Visit the Harmonic Analysis for Scale and Chord Selection series of lessons for information on creating a Harmonic Analysis Worksheet

    C
    C
    C
    Dm
    I
    II

    C: C Ionian

    Dm
    Dm
    Dm
    C
    II
    II
    C
    C7
    F
    F
    I

    I7
    ( V of IV)

    IV

    C Mix

    F
    C
    Dm
    G7
    C
    IV
    I
    II
    V
    I
    C
    C
    C
    C#dim
    G7
    I
    I#dim
    V

    C# Dim

    G7
    G7
    G7
    C
    V
    I
    C
    C7
    F
    F
    I

    I7
    ( V of IV)

    IV

    C Mix

    Scale Selection

    Once a Harmonic Analysis has been completed then scale selections can be made. These scale selections can be either vertical and horizontal choices. And, really only needed if you are going to take a solo or embellish the melody with added notes.

    Scale Abbreviation Legend

    Traditional Scales: Maj: Major (Ionian), Dim: Diminished, WT: Whole Tone, Har Min: Harmonic Minor,
    Contemporary Scales: Minor Pent: Minor Pentatonic, Pent: Major Pentatonic, Blues,
    Scale/Mode Names: Ion: Ionian (Major), Dor: Dorian (Minor), Phrygian: Phrygian, Lyd: Lydian, Mix: Mixolydian (Dominant), Aeol: Aeolian (Natural Minor), Loc: Locrian

    Checkout LESSONSeries : Harmonic Analysis for Scale and Chord Selection or download the Harmonic Analysis for Scale and Chord Selection book. And the QuickStart Series of Scale and Arpeggio books.

    RMA book cover QS1UKES book cover

    Performance Notes

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