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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 9:59 pm
  

A year later from the last time I asked and I'm still looking. I really love this song and would really be grateful for some help for a new "cowboy singer". Just tell me what chords are used and I'll figure it out!


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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 4:32 am
  

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C/// C/// F// D9 C///
F/ D9/ C/ A/ D7/// G///
C/// C/// F// D9 C///
F/ D9/ C/ A7/ D7/ G/ C///

C/// G/// C/// C///

C/// C7/// Dm/ A7/ Dm///
G/// G/// G/// C///
C/// C/// Dm/ A7/ Dm///
F/ D9/ C/ A7/ D7/ G7/ C///

C/// G/// C/// C///

adg

(done before coffee this morning so could be a problem)

PS This is my own shorthand: The name of the chord is one beat and each slash is one beat of the preceeding chord - so C/// is one measure of a C chord in 4/4. In this case you strum a C chord 4 times. The actual song may be in a different key, but the positions are what I was playing - maybe capoed maybe not.


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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 10:42 am
  

I appreciate the help! Thanks for taking the time.

"Cowboy Dean" (2motorbike)


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