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Its So Easy Chords

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Artist: Linda Ronstadt
Song: It's So Easy
Album:  Brokeback Mountain (Soundtrack) [2005]
Version: -

AUTHOR:
Tab annotated by Richard Grosser (grosserr@gmail.com)

TUNING:
Standard Tuning.

CAPO: 4th Fret

CHORDS:
C  ========== 332010
D7  ========== xx0212
F  ========== 133211
G =========== 320003
G7 ========== 320001


(Intro - Guitar & Organ)


Chorus:
C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.
(Riff 1)

Verse 1:
C      G       F          G7
People tell me love`s for fools.
C       F               G7      C
So, here I go, breaking all the rules.

Refrain:
F           
It seems so easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
C             
oh so doggone easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
F           
it seems so easy.
D7                      G7
Where you`re concerned, my heart has learned.

Chorus:
C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.

(Riff 2)

Verse 2:
C      G       F          G7
Look into your heart and see,
C         F             G7        C
what your love book has set apart for me.

Refrain:
F           
It seems so easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
C        
oh so doggone easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
F           C
it seems so easy.
D7                      G7
Where you`re concerned, my heart has learned.


Chorus:
C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.

(Extended Riff & Drums)

Refrain:
F           
It seems so easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
C        
oh so doggone easy,(it's so easy, ...it's so easy)
F           
it seems so easy.
D7                      G7
Where you`re concerned, my heart has learned.


Repeated Chorus x 3:
C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.

C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.

C       G       F    G7
It`s so easy to fall in love.
C       F       G7   C 
It`s so easy to fall in love.

(End)

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Bustopher wrote on December 13 2012, 09:09 am

You've done a good job transcribing from Linda's record.

Just a comment, the line "Where you`re concerned, my heart has learned." you've got a simple 2nd chord then 5th. (in the key you default to here, it's D7 and G7). (PS you have it deaulting to key of C - Linda does it in D, which is as easy to play in, I reckon)

Anyway, the sound is third minor and sixth. So in C, it should be:

"Where [Em] you`re concerned, my [A7] heart has learned."

When you're stumped for the next chord - first thing to do is check that it DOES actually change (and not just stay where it is and maybe throw in a seventh or minor). Then if you're sure it moves, there are only twelve possibilities it can be (not counting minors and sevenths, etc).

You should try each one - however, try things like 6th minor and third minor - second and sixth (as well as the old common I IV and V chords, which your fingers just generally go to anyway). Maybe there's a moving bass line undernaeth, and you can see the chord structure. EG Leroy Brown goes G A B7 C D (then it can't help but return to G). But the progression is in alphabetical order! :-)

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Bustopher wrote on December 13 2012, 09:14 am

Woops, my key was wrong there. Need to subtract 1 tone from my comments.

Try SECOND minor, and FIFTH. Actually, you need only change the first chord to a minor.

"Where [Dm] you`re concerned, my [G7] heart has learned."

(Sorry about that, I'd been doing it in D before typing that comment!)

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