As Time Goes By – Casablanca – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (easy-ish)

An acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic song made famous from Casablanca – As Time Goes By. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: where you can find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: 🙂
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  1. so nice!
    this is what i finding for long time.

  2. Add to my favorites to :-))))

  3. Nice one.

  4. Your lessons are so great! This version of "As Time Goes By" is like the most complex version taught on YouTube but it's still the easiest to learn because your lessons are so easy to follow! I'm only a beginner but I've been able to learn 2 or 3 songs some days thanks to your lessons! And this is also a great cover in its own right. Is there any way you could do "Miles Davis & the Cool" by the Gaslight Anthem?

  5. Is this in the same key that Sam plays it again in?

  6. Good job Alan your lessons are well set out and easy to follow. I will use this one and Edelweiss in my aged care gigs. Cheers

  7. Muchas gracias ! Muy bien explicado!

  8. muito lindo alan

  9. byinstinct gamerinstinct

    Casablanca Says Thx To you Mr Alan 🙂

  10. Lovely finger picking and another superb tutorial, thank you ever so much. Alan have you done any Rod Stewart videos ?

  11. I love your music, you get better and better, I am trying to copy but have less success. Keep it up.

  12. As Time Goes By never sounded better Alan.  You nailed it  Ever hear the song Casablanca by Bertie Higgins?  It's practically written around the movie and this song. 🙂

  13. Can i throw another request out there for Don Williams -Louisiana saturday night 🙂

  14. very nice. congratulations alan. best wishes. gilles.

  15. As time goes by, I increasingly appreciate you, Mr Alan! An excellent guitar lesson once again (great classic and fingerpicking song) ! Thank you. 🙂

  16. Alexandr Kakabadze

    Thanks, Alan. Please do "Wild World" by Cat Stevens.

  17. I can't finger-pick, and I don't think I can sing this, but I intend to rework it just for the pretty tune and a chord arpeggio exercise. Thanks again for your great work.

  18. Wonderful Arrangement and Singing too…

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