We'll Meet Again – Vera Lynn – Acoustic Guitar Lesson

A guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Vera Lynn song – We’ll Meet Again. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official free website: http://guitar.freemovies.co.uk where you can also find a full song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: http://www.gofundme.com/guitar-tutor-man 🙂
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  1. Great job as always!!!

  2. Thank you for this Alan. God bless and keep you, my friend.

  3. The Libertines concert intro music!

  4. Never heard this song fully. But it’s beautiful. Good job mate.

  5. Hi Alan, thank you for your teach videos, please lady darbanville teaching too

  6. good condent !
    thank you ^^

  7. I've been trying to learn how to play this song. Thank you

  8. Malcolm Hardwick

    Very apt song in these times !

  9. Thank you Alan for all you doing for us! Stay safe! )

  10. My father was a WWII veteran and served aboard the carrier HMS Illustrious during the war. That carrier took an absolute beating multiple times, and has the distinction of taking the most bomb and torpedo hits without sinking than any other during WWII. Imagine being at your station below decks, and a huge 500 lbs bomb comes crashing through the upper decks and explodes.

    My mother assembled bomb components for bomber command during the war, which was an extremely dangerous job as their were German spies all over England looking for targets such as this so the Luftwaffe could drop bombs on them.

    My parents both migrated to Canada after the war, and they met here, married and started a family.
    I have vivid memories going back to when I was 3 or 4 years old hearing my mother sing this song, as well as Bluebirds Over The White Cliffs Of Dover, as tears streamed down her face remembering dear friends and family who were killed during the war. Also seeing her birth country absolutely destroyed was too much for a lot of English people, and many immigrated here, to Canada.

    This is the last song I would ever have thought would be a tutorial for guitar, or any other instrument for that matter. Very few people who either served in the military or were citizens who lived through those bloody years are left today, and songs like this are virtually unknown today.
    If you asked anyone who Vera Lynn was, 99% wouldn't have a clue.

    You brought back memories I had long forgot with this tutorial, thank you.
    Jack ~'()'~

  11. great content bro

  12. I Love Each Of Your Tutorials :3

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