1 (edited by Strummerboy Bill 2015-09-12 15:23:53)

Topic: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

And anyone else who wants to take a look.

I first heard this song in the movie "Kelly's Heroes", and when I heard the words, dangit, if I didn't tear up a little bit. Another one that hits damn close to home.......

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReUaQlsZZ5I

All that stuff that hits home, makes me wonder, "Just what kind of person are you, Bill, that every line you see written here seems to be about you?"

Bill

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2 (edited by Strummerboy Bill 2015-09-12 14:34:40)

Re: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

Oh, yeah, about the song itself: Can I skip one of those two quick changes at the beginning of each line?

Thanks

Bill

ETA: I see a couple of minus semitones which will let me do that, but don't think I can do the pluses. Anyone have anything else to suggest?

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Re: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

Bill what you have posted is probably copyright material and, if so, it will removed by the section Moderator.

However I think that the chords are shown in the wrong place and should be something like this:

[song]
{t:Burning Bridges}
{st:Kelly's Heroes}
    [D]Friends all tried to warn me but I [Em]held my head up [G]high,

    [A]All the time to warn me but I [D]only passed them [D]by,
[/song]

Roger

It is OK to show a couple of lines as an example so this is allowed.

Re: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

Thanks, Roger. smile I fixed it and will leave yours up as the example. Thanks for coming to my rescue, my friend!

Bill

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Re: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

Bill.

I remember seeing that movie when it came out....the song I don't remember. Let's call it old age and move on.

I couldn't find it in on this site. I would like to hear what you come up with if you can record it safely.

Thanks Chordie for the years of music and advise.

Re: Added Another One To The Songbook, Rick.....

I have seen the movie a few times Don Rickles, Eastwood Archie bunker as the wacko general Donald Sutherland was great I liked the part when they faced down the panzer commander good one smile

"Growing old is not for sissies"