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Southern Man Chords


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gmsje wrote on August 23 2004, 12:00 am

B the B07 - Thanks for the tabs. I had been working with an Am-C-G progression, but yours works better especially in the first lyric stanza. A couple of thoughts - isn't there another chord after the basic Dm-Bb-Gm? Wouldn't adding a barred Am add that extra chorded note heard on the record? Also, Bm does not work at all at the end of the second Dm-Bb progression you have in the intro and later in the song. I'm assuming you meant another Gm. I would add a barred Am to make the basic progession Dm-Bb-Gm-BarredAm.

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gmsje wrote on August 23 2004, 12:00 am

Opps, additional thought. Fmaj7 doesn't work to my ear, but C does, for the places where there is that choice.

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Metallicam wrote on August 13 2006, 01:11 am

It's not an Am barred, but you got the right idea. Just hammer on the e-string 5th fret right at the end of the Gm to get the right sound. I'm pretty sure Fmaj7 is right.

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