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Still the same Bob Seger
##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. ## byBob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band(notated by Jeff A. Estefan email@example.com)Words & Music by Bob SegerINTRO: C Em G /[G] [Bm] [D] VERSE 1:You [G]always won, ev'ry time you placed a be[Bm]t.You're [G]still damn good; no one's gotten to you ye[Bm]t.[C]Ev'ry time, [D]they were sure they had you caug[G]ht,[Bm]you were quicker than they thought[Em].Y[Am]ou'd just turn your back and [D]walk.VERSE 2:You [G]always said, the cards would never do you wron[Bm]g.The [G]trick you said, was never play the game too lon[Bm]g.A [C]gambler's share; the [D]only risk that you would tak[G]e,the [Bm]only loss you could forsake[Em],the [Am]only bluff you couldn't [D]fake.CHORUS:And you're still the same[G].I ca[B]ught up with you yesterday[E].Movin' game to gam[Am]e; no one standin' in your [D]way.Turnin' on the char[G]m - [B]long enough to get you by[E].You're still the same[Am]. You still aim [D]high.VERSE 3:[G]Instrumental ...[G]Instrumental ...[C]There you stood; [D]ev'ry body watched play[G].[B]I just turned and walked away[Em].I[m] had nothing left to [D]say.OUT-CHORUS (repeat & fade):And you're still the same[G].And you're still the same[G].Movin' game to game[G].Some things never change[G].And you're still the same[G].CHORD FORMATIONS:C x32010Em 022000G 3x0003[C]E 022100Am x02210Dm xx0231A x02220
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Most of those 'chords' just embellishments that have no bearing at all. C Cmaj7 Csus is basically just hammering and pulling of the B string for embellishments. I wouldn't call them chords. The basic layout of the song suffices. Good job...but I would say E7 is better way than Am to get that 'you were quicker than they thought.'
thanks for the E7 idea it sounds good there also but all these extra chordes are just confusing me.
This is pretty good but your missing a few chords. The chord progression should be like this:
Cmaj7 - C - Cmaj7 C - Cadd9 - Em - G
It also has this progression at several points:
G - G/F# - G/E - G/F#
Try playing E7 over (you were), like this
You were quicker than they thought