As 2022 winds down and we get ready for festive feasts and family catch-ups, let’s take a look at the top 10 songs the Chordify community has been jamming with over the last month (spoiler: there’s no sign of Mariah Carey yet, thankfully).

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Nanoe Biroe joins the top 10 songs

Indonesian bands are a hit with the Chordify community right now – mainstays Rub of Rub continue to lead the list, and new entry Nanoe Biroe have entered into second place. Their song “Tresna Nyama” brings folk-tinged emotive vibes, perfect for playing in a cozy room on a cold evening, which could explain its rise over the last month. 

The song has warm vocal melodies and follows quite a straightforward progression, mainly based around three chord shapes. If you’re a Premium member, it’s a nice track to try out the Transpose or Capo features, especially if you want to try belting the vocals out alongside your instrument. Welcome to the list, Nanoe Biroe!

Love songs are in vogue

The romantic sounds of Stephen Sanchez and Em Beihold’s “Until I Found You” initially entered our top 10 list earlier in the year, and after making October’s cut, the song was popular throughout November too. It was a big hit in 2022, and with sweet guitar melodies and harmonized vocal lines, the endearing tune is a nice choice to play for your loved one over the holidays.

The big hitters are still prominent 

Of course, there’s still some big names featuring in this month’s top 10 – R.E.M, Amy Winehouse and Ed Sheeran are all up there, and with good reason. The Chordify community knows a good tune when they hear it. “Losing My Religion” is a great track for guitar, and it’s one of those choruses where you can’t help but sing along with Michael Stipe’s iconic vocals. You can check out the full list of the top 10 songs played in November in our channel.

Happy jamming, enjoy your holidays!

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Henry works in Chordify's Support and Content teams, with experience in music from studying at university and playing guitar. At Chordify he helps users and creates support content, as well as writing and editing articles.