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Halfway To Nowhere chords

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[Intro] 
Bb G Bb F G D F  G D


[Verse 1]
D          F
How do you get out of bed
             D  
in the morning?
           F
How do you wake
              D
to carry the day?


[Chorus]
D      F         D
I sing for pleasure
          F
I’ve sung for pain
           F            D
I’m still halfway to nowhere
          F         G
I’m still nothing today


[Solo]
D F D


[Verse 2]
D                        F
They tell me good things come
             D
to those who wait
                    F
Despite the process along
               D
that came from fame


[Chorus]
D      F         D
I sing for pleasure
          F
I’ve sung for pain
           F            D
I’m still halfway to nowhere
          F         G
I’m still nothing today x2


[Outro]
D F D

            
            
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anydays56 20 Jan 26, 2017 01:10 PM, edited at 06:11 pm

I think the following chords would sound a bit better: Verse: Dm F G Dm and then for the chorus just F and G F

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nathonk_tho 51 Feb 07, 2017 10:48 PM

If you start by just sounding out the bassline, and then building chords from there I think you'll find that the verse progressions fits best as Dm C F G (I find the best sound with barre chords), and as suggested above the chorus works well as F and G F

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mttdrmn52 10 May 16, 2017 06:08 AM

I agree w/ nathonk_tho, the guitarist plays a D5 chord in the open position and the bassline moves as described above. The chords come out as D5-C69-Dm/F-Gsus2,, and the second riff is F6-Gsus2

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