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Ridin Dirty chords

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Ridin' Dirty, by Chamillionaire, yo. Figured out by Dan McLean.
http://www.myspace.com/sumithegoatthetokyoexpress

I was trying to find the chords for this song, but all I could find was tabs. So I tried 
figure them out, and I think I got them, since there are only 4 :D

Anyways, here it goes, or so I think.

Capo on 1st fret;

 G 
They see me rollin
 D 
They hatin
 Em                C 
Patrolling they tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 G 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 D 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 Em 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 C 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 G 
My music so loud
 D 
I'm swangin
 Em                  C 
They hopin that they gon catch me ridin dirty
 G 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 D 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 Em 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty
 C 
Tryin to catch me ridin dirty


And basically, the progression goes on like that. It's real easy!!!

Enjoy :D
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Rockstar729 77 Jul 14, 2008 10:36 AM

Bad. It doesnt even sound right.

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Issak 16 May 25, 2011 02:02 AM

According to rhytm and bass lines the chords are G#, D# and E and again D#; at least the synth plays this progression
It also sounds kinda OK if you play G#m, E, C#m, and here I'm not sure about fourth chord, because 2nd and 4th chords are the same, but it sounds wierd, if you play E again, i think D# would fit. This would be kinda acoustic version, with a bit more variety of chords.

The riff is:
A ----6---7---6--4--------
E 4----------------7674---

something like that

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harry1994 268 Nov 05, 2011 03:25 AM

I think it works if you just play:
G, D/F#, Em7, Cadd9

Stick a capo anywhere to suit your voice.

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