(5 replies, posted in About Chordie)

I believe there is also a topic on correcting errors in songs as well in About Chordie. I'll move this topic there and see if someone chimes in. Glad you are back by the way.


(5 replies, posted in About Chordie)

Users are not allowed to post artist's lyrics (with or without chords) in this forum. I caught it pretty quick this time but doing this again will get you banned from Chordie.

If you want to know how to get songs added read this old topic from the About Chordie forum: http://www.chordie.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=18699


(5 replies, posted in About Chordie)

upsidedown_n_backwards wrote:

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You need to read: Topic: PLEASE READ THIS FIRST!!


(14 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Thanks Ark - added to my covers. smile


(9 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Hey TIGLJK. Good song for the bad situation the US is in. Wish there was an easy fix, but all people have to change to fix it and there are quite a few stubborn people still out there on both sides of the issue who I doubt will budge any time soon.

I also, wanted to let you know I tweaked the chordpro format in a couple of spots just in case we get it working again.

I'm hoping that songs correctly written in chordpro format will work then, but I'm in the same boat as you. I guess we'll have to wait and see when the time comes. The last I heard was that the fix is difficult and may not happening for a while.


(14 replies, posted in Songwriting)

I've always been a fan of the bittersweet. The words and the music fit well together and it plays pretty good too if I guessed right. Pass on to your sister Patti well done.


(4 replies, posted in Poems)

Like it Scott. Looking forward to hearing how it sounds.


(5 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Thanks Jim and Dino. I know I don't share as much anymore, but I couldn't resist with this one. I'll get it up on soundcloud sometime, but I think it's pretty easy to figure out how it goes.


(5 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Thanks Phill - Yep, I'm guessing many folks can relate.


(5 replies, posted in Songwriting)

A little Hank-ish song for all you guys out there who're glad she left.
{t:I Ain’t Lonely Tonight}
{st: Jeff Gilpin}
{c: 12-13-2015}

[G]I ain’t lonely to[C]night
[G]I ain’t lonely to[E7]night
You’re [C]with me
In my [D]memories
Wherever I [G]go [D]

You [G]talked at me all the [C]time
Un[G]til I ‘bout lost my [E7]mind
[C]Woke up to blessed [D]silence
I guess you’re [G]gone [G7]

[E7]But all you said
Is still [ ]rattling in my head
[A7]Keepin’ all you memories true
If I [D7]ever start to miss you
And the [ ]times that I would kiss you
[G7]All I’ve got to do

Is think a[E7]bout those endless days
And the words in [ ]my head that've stayed
And [A7]sometimes make me feel sad
But it was [D7]your call to leave me
Guessin’ you [ ]thought it would displease me
But [G7]honey, I ain’t mad...[D7]because

[G]I ain’t lonely to[C]night
[G]I ain’t lonely to[E7]night
You’re [C]with me
In my [D]memories
Wherever I [G]go [D] [G]


(3 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Straight from the heart Jim.  Enjoyed it.


(9 replies, posted in Song requests)

smile Thanks mopac. My pleasure and if I am I will let you.


(9 replies, posted in Song requests)

...and here are the chords (from chordify.com): https://chordify.net/chords/neil-sedaka … -elofan567


(16 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

Hey Phill - What I do when I get in a bit of songwriter's block is I go search for new music I might like...usually from artists I've listened to before or maybe something I randomly find out there or someone recommended by a friend. Maybe I'll find one or two, and I'll try and learn a new cover, something I've never tried before, that sounds unusually to me, or plays a chord sequence I know and have used before but in a different way that I used it. Gradually I'll get out of it. Just look a way a bit and get into other folk's music for a while, then get back too it when you feel it start to come back. Good luck.

Kind of sounds to me like he starts off in F#, goes to Bm then to G....to me at least. Hope that helps.

Here is the youtube video of the song you're looking for if someone wants to give a try at figuring it out.


I couldn't find the chords anywhere or the tabs. Sounds more of a tab / fingerpicked song to me. Good luck.

I live right on the border between Gainesville and Haymarket, VA...a little ways down the road from Zurf.


(4 replies, posted in Song requests)

Hey Kamzik- I think dino was looking for a place where he can hear the song first. Is it on youtube?

Hey Dino - Good to see you too....I've just have been busy, but I still get to play from time to time.

Found it on e-chords (other places as well)...enjoy: http://www.e-chords.com/chords/boz-scag … e/keyboard


(19 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

I think artists' role in society is two fold. First, it is to entertain, give people a break from whatever is occupying their mind. Second, is to make people think although there is a lot of fluff out there that is not worth thinking about. Bottom line - An artist's role in society is to entertain and make people think while they are being entertained.

Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6MgP_Q8xj8

bm9111 wrote:

Thanks for your response. I tried to post the you tube link, but couldn't make it work. The song is an old tune by the lonesome River band. Dan Tyminski and Ronnie Bowen. Slow but a neat tune.

Couldn't find it - I recommend you post a link where someone can hear the song and maybe help work it out for you.


(9 replies, posted in Songwriting)

Another good song Graham. I am sure a ton of folks will relate to this one. Can't wait to get home and give it a twirl.