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Go Your Own Way  Fleetwood Mac

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From: Steve L Portigal
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Subject: (fwd) Re: REQ: F'wood Mac - Go Your Own Way
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From: krh@u.washington.edu (Ken Harris)
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Subject: Re: REQ: F'wood Mac - Go Your Own Way
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sportiga@herman.cs.uoguelph.ca (Steve L Portigal) writes:
I really like this Fleetwood Mac song. Anyone help me out?
Steve
Here's my attempt, please forgive any major mistakes I'm going by
memory.
The song is in F, and he (Lindsey Buckingham) uses several guitars, some
with capos some with distortion, feedback (cool.) So I'll just give the
basic cord names, which I usually play bar chords:
F at the 8th fret
C at the 3rd
D at the 5th
Bb at the 1st
Also Lindsey makes extensive use of a Fsus9/F/Fsus9/F (I think that
is what it is called) sequence as well the same in Bb etc. Those are
realtively easy to do using bar cords:
               [Fsus9]              [F]       [Fsus9]       [F]                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
----------------------------------------------

----------8--------8----------8----------8----
---------10-------10---------10---------10----
---------10-------10---------10---------10----
---------11-------10---------11---------10-----
-----------------------------------------------
I'm going to leave these out, 'cus I'm inexperienced at tabulature as
well as text editors, and the two make a nasty combination.
[F]Loving you isn't the right thing to do[C] [Bb]
H[Bb]ow can I ever change things that I feel?[F]
[F]If I could Baby I'd give you my world[C] [Bb]
[Bb]How can I if you won't take it from me?[F]
[Dm]You can [Bb]go your ow[C]n way          (Go your own way)
[Dm]You can [Bb]call it an[C]other lonely day   (another lonely day)
etc..etc..
Hope that helps.
Ken Harris
krh@u.washinton.edu
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