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Bonnie And Clyde Chords


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Capo 3rd (actual key G minor)

Em:    022000
G:     320033
D:     xx0232
A:     x02220
Asus4: x02230
C/G:   332010
Esus4: 022200 

Intro: Em, G, D, A, Asus4, A (x2)

Em                G                   D A Asus4 A
Vous avez lu l'histoire de Jesse James
Comment il vecut comment il est mort
Ca vous a plus hein vous en d'mandez encore

 G      A             G
Et bien  ecoutez l'histoire
   C/G              A Esus4
De Bonnie and Clyde

Em          G               D       A Asus4 A            
Alors voila Clyde a une petite amie
Elle est belle et son prenom c'est Bonnie
A eux deux ils forment le gang Barrow

Em                G               D
Leurs noms Bonnie Parker et Clyde Barrow
A          G     A  G
Bonnie and Clyde
C/G        A     Esus4
Bonnie and Clyde

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WOOO30 wrote on July 11 2012, 06:48 pm

at the end it makes a B instead of a esus4

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chris flatley wrote on July 11 2012, 07:21 pm

It's Esus4. It's an unusual way to end a progression, but that's what makes it great, and not just ordinary. A B is what you might normally expect because of all the progressions that use the V I cadence, but that's not what's happening. It has that unresolved hanging sound that all sus chords have. A straight B major doesn't sound like that. Stick it in an audio program, isolate that chord, and really listen to it.

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