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The Motorcycle Song chords

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[G]I don't want a pickle,
Just want to ride on my [C]motors[G]ickle.
[G]And I don't want a tickle,
'Cause I'd rather ride on my [C]motors[G]ickle.
And [C]I don't w[Am]ant to d[G]ie,
Just want to ride on my [C]motorc[G]y--cle.

It was l[G]ate last night the other day,
I thought I'd go up[C] and see R[G]ay.
So I went up and I say Ray--
There was only one thing R[C]ay could say, was:

I don't want a pickle,
Just want to ride on my motorsickle.
And I don't want a tickle,
'Cause I'd rather ride on my motorsickle.
And I don't want to die,
Just want to ride on my motorcy--cle.

            
            
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Teen Spirit 666 May 01, 2008 05:50 AM

great job man. Fantastic song, too ;)

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jcmcdowell 10 Sep 17, 2014 07:20 AM

This song is played with a drop D tuning (on the low E). Capo 5, alternating bass line on the E and D string. He plays an open D chord with the Dsus4, D, Dsus2, back to D throughout. power chord walk down C (10th fret E&A string),B (9th fret E&A string),A (7th fret E&A string) and open G (E&A string) for the chorus part "I...(start walk down)....don't wanna die..."

The trick is keeping the alternating bass line going and still pick out the D melody line.

Great Song!

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