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The Hazards Of Love 1 Chords

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Love this song. Love the whole album. Pretty sure this is right. Send me
CassidyDamore@hotmail.com

There is a individual string picking pattern for the D chord that is used throughout the
song and as far as i understand the rest of the chords are just strummed. I'm going to
the D pattern here and then when I align the chords with the lyrics I'm just going to 
D as shorthand for the pattern below. In other words, when you see D in the song, play this:

     D5   Dsus4    Dsus2
e----5------3------0--0--0----|
b--3--3-3-3--3-3-3--3--3--3-3-|
g---2--2---2--2---2--2--2--2--|
d-0------0------0-------------|
a-----------------------------|
E-----------------------------|

And repeat as necessary. I'm pretty sure thats right but i could be off in a few places.
all the high e sting notes double the amount as the others. It looks hard for beginners
you pick it up really quick if you get into the rhythm of it.

Here's the chords. Fairly simple.

D                               G         F         D
My true love went riding out in white and green and grey

D                              G             F       D
Past the pale of Arthur's Wall where she was want to stray

D         G   F    D
And there she came upon

G           F       D
A white and wounded fawn

D         F  Em D
Singing ..ooooh The Hazards of Love

D                           G      F      D
She being full of charity a credit to her sex

D
Sought to right the fawn's hind legs

G             F          D
When here her plans were vexed

G             F      D
The Taiga shifted strange

G         F        D
The beast began to change

D       F   Em  F      D
Singing ..ooooh The Hazards of Love

D       F   Em  F      D
Singing ..ooooh The Hazards of Love

F                 D
You'll learn soon enough,

F             D              F           D         G
The prettiest whistles won't wrestle the thistles undone

D
Undone

D                           G        F     D
Fifteen lissome maidens lay along in their bower

D                            G        F    D
fourteen occupations paid to pass the idle hour

G        F        D         G             F      D
Margaret heaves a sigh, her hands clapsed to her thigh

D         F  Em   F   D
Singing ..ooooh the Hazards of Love

D         F  Em   F    D
Singing ..ooooh the Hazards of Love

D       F         D
You'll learn soon enough

        F       D               F           D       G
The prettiest whistles won't wrestle the thistles undone

  D
Undone
Undone
Undone
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MajestySnowbird wrote on March 25 2009, 02:35 am

Um... no. First of all, this song is played in drop D. The first chord shapes of the song are 050505, 050503, 050500

You got the picking pattern sort of right though.

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Giffdud wrote on March 25 2009, 02:07 pm

i think it sounds pretty good when i played it...i'd give it a thumbs up!

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Aceroth wrote on April 22 2009, 07:34 pm

MajestySnowbird is right about the chords. Definitely in drop D (pretty easy to tell if you listen to it...)

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