How To Play Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley – Piano Tutorial

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In this piano tutorial, you will learn how to play the song, Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley. First of all, (in video 1) you will learn how to play the melody of this song with your right hand. This is great for the absolute beginner who simply wants to master the right hand part of this song. Later on, you can move on to adding a very easy left hand part, where you play one note at a time together with the melody. See video 2. All the notes are listed below for your convenience.

You can also sing along to Can’t Help Falling In Love and play chords with your right hand as well as bass notes with your left hand. In the chords tutorial (video 3), you will learn how to do just that. The chords are all listed below for your convenience.

Learn more about piano chords here.

Can’t Help Falling In Love Very Easy Piano Tutorial For Beginners

Here’s the first video where you learn how to play a very easy right hand part.

Right Hand Notes

Here are the notes for the melody of the song, to be played with your right hand.

F C F G A B♭ A G
C D E F G A B♭ A G F
F C F G A B♭ A G
C D E F G A B♭ A G F

E A C E D
E A C E D
E A C E D
C C A C A B♭ G B♭ C

F C F G A B♭ A G
C D E F G A B♭ A G F

How To Play Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley – Both Hands – Easy Piano Tutorial

Learn how to play the right hand part as well as an easy left hand part in this video.

Left Hand

Accompany the melody by playing these notes with your left hand. Watch video so you know where each note is to be played.

F A D C B♭ F G C
B♭ C D G F C F
F A D C B♭ F G C
B♭ C D G F C F

A E A E A E
A D G C

F A D C B♭ F G C
B♭ C D G F C F

Elvis Presley Can’t Help Falling In Love Piano Chords Tutorial

Here’s video 3 where you will learn how to play chords for the song while you or someone else sings along.

Chords

Here are the chords for this song. The chords are F major, A minor (A minor 7th), D minor (D minor 7th), B flat major, G minor (G minor seventh), C major and E major (E dominant seventh).

F Am7 Dm Dm7 B♭ F Gm7 C
B♭ C Dm Gm Am B♭ F/C C F

F Am7 Dm Dm7 B♭ F Gm7 C
B♭ C Dm Gm Am B♭ F/C C F

Am7 E7 Am7 E7 Am7 E7
Am7 Dm Gm7 C

F Am7 Dm Dm7 B♭ F Gm7 C
B♭ C Dm Gm Am B♭ F/C C F

Notes of Each Chord

The notes of each chord are explained in the video. I shall list them here again for your convenience (in root position).

F major: F-A-C
A minor: A-C-E (Am7: A-C-E-G)
D minor: D-F-A (Dm7: D-F-A-C)
B♭ major: B♭-D-F
G minor: G-B♭-D (Gm7: G-B♭-D-F
C major: C-E-G
E major: E-G♯-B (E7: E-G♯-B-D)

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