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"Blowing in the Wind" by Bob Dylan Of all the tabs online right now, I think these chords the closest to being correct. Unlike the other tabs, this one includes that "stepping down" sound you hear in the song. Standard Tuning: EADGBe G 320033 C/D x32033 G/B x20033 Asus4/G x02233 D xx0323 capo 5th fret VERSE G C/D G/B Asus4/G G How many roads must a man walk down G C/D G/B Asus4/G Before you can call him a man? G C/D G/B Asus4/G G How many seas must a white dove sail G C/D G/D Asus4/G D Before she sleeps in the sand? G C/D G/B Asus4/G G How many times must the cannonballs fly G C/D G/B Asus4/G Before they're forever banned? CHORUS C/D G/B Asus4/G The answer my friend G C/D is blowing in the wind C/D G/B Asus4/G G The answer is blowing in the wind (harmonica solo) That's it! Except for all the hammer-ons, that's the gist of the song. I tabbed it by ear, and realized it was 5th fret cos it sounds like the song "Red Right Ankle" by the Decemberists (also a good folky song). R.C. (firstname.lastname@example.org)