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Straight Up And Down Chords

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STRAIGHT UP AND DOWN

Chords used (E-A-D-G-B-E)
D (x-x-0-2-3-2)-----|
Dsus? (x-x-0-2-3-0)-|
G (3-2-0-0-0-3)-----|
Gsus4 (3-2-0-0-1-3)-|
C (0-3-2-0-1-0)-----|
A (0-0-2-2-2-0)-----|


(throw in a Dsus and Gsus every once and a while)
Intro: D Dsus?   G  Gsus4

e----------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------|
G--7-5---------------------------------------5-5h7-7-7p5---|
D------5h7-7-7---5-3-----------3-3---3h5/7-----------------|
A-5------------------3h5-5-5-------5-----------------------|
E--------------3-------------------------------------------|

e----------------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------8^-6^----------|
G---7-5-------------------------7-5---------------5h7-7----|
D-------5h7-7-7---5-3---------------5-7-7------------------|
A-5-------------------3-3h5-5-5----------------------------|
E---------------3------------------------------------------|

D       G                              D       G
i try to see well i guess that i'm blind
D               G                        D         G
it's fine with me cause i'm going to keep trying
D                 G                         D      G
and i've made disapointment my very best friend
D             G                      D          G
i wait and see who your going to be and when

D                 C
we don't want you be yourself
    G
you see
                 D
we want you to free yourself
   D                  C                  G
it does no good to pretend that you are free
             D
i can not see you
                   C
i love you but it drags me down


D                   G
cause i know it so well
D                     G
   how i never could tell
                     D       G
who's my very best friend?
                   D       G
how i know you so well
                     D       G
who's my very best friend?
                   D       G
how i know you so well

i could make you be me.


   D            G        A           G             
  G  A  G
I spnet all the money i had just to treat you real fine
     D           G           A               G       
    D   G A G
you know i will get what i want, while im getting whats mine
   D           G      A           G           
     G  A  G
i see you know no shame you wont give me the chance
   D           G               A             G       
     D     G
im begging your momma and your daddy just to give me the chance
A    G
im getting nothing
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jeff611 wrote on November 15 2010, 02:01 am

nice job, I think the intro might be a note off, but this is a great start. thanks!

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hondo bundy wrote on April 14 2011, 03:10 pm

First of all thanks for your effort!
Without going into much detail, I'd say while the notes may be correct for the most part (perhaps wrong octave for some), the intro is probably played completely differently:
It'd be way more convinient and logical to play it all on frets 10-12, you know blues scale yadayada.
Makes more sense than having to slide up and down the neck.
Just try it, you'll see it's working and simply more effective.
And of course composition especially in blues is mostly done by improvsing the blues scale.

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krewnich wrote on November 12 2011, 06:55 pm

hondo bundy, if you listen to the song you can clearly hear the sliding up and down the neck...

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