How Do You Play BAA BAA Black Sheep on Keyboard?

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When playing “baa baa black sheep” on the keyboard, the following are the corresponding notes, C D E F G A B correspond to white keys in the octave, ba ba black sheep (G G D D), have you any wool (E E E D), Yes sir yes sir three bags full (C C B B A A G), one for my master (D D D C C), and one for the dame (C B B B A), and one for the little boy who lives down the lane (A D D D C D E C B A A G).
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Its the same as twinkle twinkle little star !
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It is a children's nursery rhyme song as well as a war movie released in
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Stephen J. Cannell (creator)
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Could be any, really. Depends on what key it's played in.
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