What is the name of the piano song that repeats c a f g chords?
Love Song = Includes a 'D'
C hopsticks = FG, EG, DB, CC
So it can't be one of these two, unless it includes these chords
Only If = Right Notes, but seriously wrong pattern.
Oh great! So we have to worry about the pattern aswell?
Yep, If you after something like this, however, Only If is a nice piano song just suited for it.
So, what can it be then?
Well, turns out, that this song is a popular song, what you have provided it more or less the base line. The actuall song is a duet. The second player plays a tune, in the high treble, going: CCCCBABCDEFGGG...etc.
But what is the name of it?
Heart and Soul!
Songs are not played in chords they are played in keys. you can play a song in any key you want to. A better way to ask your question is What are the chords for home on the range? If you go to this site you will find chords for home on the range See: Related Links This is for guitar but you can use the chords for piano too.
A way that you can find free music and chords is if you are looking for a song type in the song and what instrument it is for. Or if you just want sheet music you just type in free piano sheet music. I recommend the search engine Yahoo because it gives you more choices of links to choose from. Good luck!
You can find the chords and piano notes to the song, "He Lives in You", from The Lion King stage musical on musicnotes.com. If you go to that website, look up "He Lives in You (Reprise)" on the Find Sheet Music search engine, and click on Go. Click on the title which credits Jay Rifkin as the artist, and there you have the chords to the song.
That's a rather vague question, but I'll say that specific chords are made of specific notes, and different chords are made up of different notes. from a listener's perspective, it doesn't matter what the chords are specifically, just how the song moves from one chord to the next. I suggest taking a few piano lessons to better satisfy curiosity in this area.