FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:Sakura Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)
    C:Traditional Japanese Folk
    C:Transposed for NAF by Robert Gatliff (high-note version)
    M:4/4
    L:1/4
    K:E
    =g g a2   |=g g a2     | =g a ^a =a |=g (a/g/) d2 |
    w:sa ku ra sa ku ra ya yo i no so ra_ wa
    =d ^A d ^d|=d (d/^A/) =A2 | =g a ^a =a |=g (a/g/) d2 |
    w:mi wa ta su ka gi_ ri ka su mi ka ku mo_ ka
    =d ^A d ^d|=d (d/^A/) =A2 | =g g a2    | =g g a2     |
    w:mi o i zo i zu_ ru i za ya i za ya
    =d ^d (a/=g/) d | =d2 z2 |]
    w:mi ni yu_ ka n
    W:
    W:--- Translation ---
    W:Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms, 
    W:On Meadow-hills and dale, 
    W:As far as you can see. 
    W:Is it a mist, or clouds? 
    W:Fragrant in the morning sun. 
    W:Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms, 
    W:Flowers in full bloom. 
    W:Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms, 
    W:Across the Spring sky, 
    W:As far as you can see. 
    W:Is it a mist, or clouds? 
    W:Fragrant in the air. 
    W:Come now, come, 
    W:Let's look, at last!