Let Her Cry Hootie and The Blowfish
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Actually, my above comment has it's own errors, the proper chorde progression is as follows:
G-D-Cadd9-G (repeated various times depending on verse, also used for transition from chorus to verse, and while solo's are played)
Em-G?-D (this is the "if it eases all her pain" riff, the G? is a chorde that I have yet to find the name of [despite searching every page of my chorde encyclopedia], but is played 320010[EADGbe]
The link I provided above shows him playing these notes, and there are other youtube vids that show it much better like the following:
The only problem with this link is that you have a good 2.5 minutes of chatting before Darius starts to sing.
/agree with above comment, transpose this piece -5 semitones to get the proper chorde progression:
Verse: G-D-C-G (repeated various times depending on verse)
Watch Rucker play to verify:
Also keep in mind that lyrics are not set in stone, the above link I have provided proves that as well.
GL to all
Transpose your chords up to -5 semitones , start in G.
Instead of using C, use C(add9), it sounds alot better.
This version does not show where the chords should be played although the chords are pretty accurate
i find this a little confusing, im a newbie and am having troubling reading it, in the verses when the g chord comes up the last time, do i just play g or do i go back up to the first chord used, sorry if i sound confusing, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if u can and please explain
I find it easier to play when the chords are layed out over the entire song, and not simply once at the top of the first verse. This progression isn't too hard,but some other progressions get lengthy and are hard to remember.