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Brandy chords

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  • These chords follows Mack Meadows' tutorial from Youtube which sounds on point.
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Transcribed by Todd Christensen

Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) Looking Glass   120 BPM

C#m x46654
F#m 004222


[Intro]

           C#m A            C#m A ,  E  B   A E A
e-9-7-------------9-7------------------------|                 (do,do...)
B-----9-—7-------------9—7-------------------|
G--------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------|


[Verse]

          E           G#m    C#m         
There's a Port   on a Western bay  
       F#m                D       A  
And it serves   a hundred ships a day
        E                 G#m    C#m  
Lonely sailors   pass the time away
    F#m   A          E
And talk about their homes

               E            G#m      C#m
And there's a girl  in this harbor town
         F#m            D        A
And she works   layin' whiskey down
           E               G#m      C#m
They say Brandy   fetch another round
    F#m             A           E
She serves them whiskey and wine


[Chorus]

                 C#m             A
The sailors say Brandy you're a fine girl (you’re a fine girl)
       C#m                 A
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)
     E                  B/E             A E A
Your eyes could steal a sailor from the sea (do,do...)


[Verse]

E              G#m       C#m
Brandy wears a braided chain
        F#m    A               D        A
Made of finest silver from the north of Spain
  E           G#m         C#m
A locket that bears the name
       F#m      A      E
Of the man that Brandy loves

   E         G#m       C#m
He came on a summer's day
         F#m        D    A
Bringing gifts from far away
       E               G#m       C#m
But he made it clear he couldn't stay
   F#m    A       E
No harbor was his home


[Chorus]

                C#m             A
The sailors say Brandy you're a fine girl (you’re a fine girl)
       C#m                 A
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)
       E                B/E         A  E  A
But my life my lover my lady is the sea (do,do...)


[Bridge]

     C#m            E/B
Yeah Brandy used to watch his eyes
        A                 B
When he told his sailor's stories
          C#m            E/B
She could feel the ocean fall and rise
     A              B
She saw it's raging glory
    C#m           D
But he had always told the truth
        C#m           A
Lord he was an honest man
    E               B/E          A  E  A
And Brandy does her best to understand (do,do...)


[Verse]

   E             G#m         C#m
At night when the bars close down
F#m    A               D      A
Brandy walks through a silent town
    E                G#m  C#m
And loves a man who's not around
    F#m       A        E
She still can hear him say she hears him say


[Chorus]

                  C#m             A
She hears him say Brandy you're a fine girl (you’re a fine girl)
       C#m                 A
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)
       E                B/E         A  E  A
But my life my lover my lady is the sea (do,do...)

    C#m             A
Say Brandy you're a fine girl (you’re a fine girl)
       C#m                 A
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)
       E                B/E         A  E  A A  E
But my life my lover my lady is the sea (do,do...)

            
            
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jardennis 10 Mar 16, 2015 03:50 PM

As a personal preference, and someone who doesn't mind an F chord, I find it to be easier to play transposing down 4 semitones.

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mark.howland.90 113 May 12, 2015 06:42 AM

I like it transposed 2 down than capo 1

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nigelajackson 104 Apr 10, 2016 02:22 PM

Instead of E going to A, then C#m, it goes E, G#m7, A, C#m

Also, instead of A E A for the doo doo part, like "does her best to understand doo doo doo" all that stuff, its A, G#m7, F#m7, A7add9.

On the bridge, I believe it is C#m, B, A, B; not C#m, E, A, B.
"Lord he was an honest man" is G#m7, A

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