We have created a number of sheet music notes of popular songs for anyone to practise and have fun. We use the simplest music notes in numbers (1 to 7) instead of letters (C, D, E, F, G, A, B) for absolute beginners with no music background. A full one octave scale has 5 extra semi-tones (sharps and flats as in black in piano) in between 1 and 7. Note that we use bold 1 for the higher 1 tone, 2 for second octave 2 and so on.
If you play the white ones only from left to right, it is the basic do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do. Some songs (few) use 1 or 2 semi-tones (as in black in piano). So to show the difference between the white 6 and black 6 for example, we use 6 for white, and superscript 6 (e.g 6 )for black for sharp in our music notes here.
Our sheet music can be played on many musical instruments. Keep practising.