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Date: Wed, 16 Aug 1995 16:46:08 +0100 (BST)
From: Howard Wright
PURPLE RAIN - Prince
Well the way I play it, I base it on these four chords
(and to me it sounds pretty much spot on, although maybe the squiggle himself
uses a different tuning to make a few of the shapes easier)
EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE
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Aadd2 F#m7addB Eadd9 Dadd2
OK I know you're not gonna like that last D chord, but if you practise a little
you can get it.
Nearly the whole song revolves around these chords, although obviously you can
play around with some slightly different voicings to keep it interesting
(Play a normal A,F#m7 once in a while)
The only different bit goes :
E E7sus4 E A
Only want to see you crying in that purple rain
Hope that helps
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 1993 12:59:37 +0200
From: montant yves
Subject: Prince Purple Rain
This is a easier version of Purple Rain, specially for accoustic players.
You can have a more ellaborate and closer to the original, just tell me.
Capo 1st fret:
Intro: A A/F# E D Dsus4 D
I never meant 2 cause you any sorrow
E D Dsus4 D
I never meant 2 cause you any pain
I only wanted 2 one time see U laughing
E A N.C.
I only wanted 2 see you laughing in the Purple Rain