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Brandy Chords

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Credit goes to kidguitar for this tab. Found it on another site and wondered why it 
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Brandy -- Looking Glass  CAPO II

INTRO: Bm7  G  Bm7  G  A  A4-6  G  D/F#  Bm7  A


VERSE 1
          D     F#m     Em      Bm          Em        G        C/G     G
There's a port,    on a western bay, and it serves, a hun-dred ships a day
       D        F#m         Em     Bm       Em   G           D
Lonely sai-lors,   pass the time a-way, and talk about their homes
              D    F#m      Em     Bm            Em     G      C/G     G
And there's a girl, in this harbor town, and she works, layin' whiskey down
         D     F#m         Em     Bm         Em          G           D
They say Brandy,   fetch a-nother round, she serves them whiskey and wine


CHORUS
                Bm7              G                 Bm7                 G
The sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl, what a good wife you would be
     A                  A4-6             G  D/F#  Bm7  A
Your eyes could steal a sailor, from the sea


VERSE 2
D     F#m         Em      Bm                 Em     G               C/G      G
Brandy,   wears a braided chain, made of the finest silver from the north of Spain
  D       F#m      Em        Bm         Em       G      D
A lock-et,    that bears the name, of a man that Brandy loved
   D    F#m      Em       Bm            Em     G    C/G   G
He came,    on a summer's day, bringin' gifts, from far a-way
       D       F#m       Em       Bm       Em      G       D
But he made it clear, he couldn't stay, no har-bor was his home


CHORUS
                Bm7              G                 Bm7                 G
The sailor said Brandy, you're a fine girl, what a good wife you would be
       A                    A4-6        G  D/F#  Bm7  A
But my life, my love and my lady is the sea

BRIDGE
    Bm7            A                      G                 A
Yea Brandy used to watch his eyes when he told his sailor's story
          Bm7            A                 G              A
She could feel the ocean fall and rise she saw its ragin' glory
    Bm7           C/G                      Bm7           G
But he had always told the truth, Lord, he was an honest man
    A4-6            A             G  D  Bm7  A
And Brandy does her best to under-stand

VERSE 3
At night, when the bars close down, Brandy walks through a silent town
And loves a man, who's not around, she still can hear him say

CHORUS
She hears him say Brandy, you've a fine girl (you're a fine girl)
What a good wife you would be, but my life, my love and my lady is the sea


CHORD CHART
   Bm7  G  A A4-6 D  F#m  Em  Bm  C/G  Asus4 D/F#
e|--2---3--x--x---2---2---0---2----0-----x----2--|
B|--3---3--2--3---3---2---0---3----1-----3----3--|
G|--2---0--2--2---2---2---0---4----0-----2----2--|
D|--4---0--2--4---0---4---2---4----2-----2----0--|
A|--2---2--0--0--(0)--x---2---2----3-----0---(0)-|
E|------3-------------2---0--------3----------2--|
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clintj1975 wrote on August 10 2013, 10:32 am

This sounds really good! Capoing like this gives you a better choice of chords. I play the chorus as Bm7->G->Bm7->G->D/A->A->G6->D/F#->Em7->A7sus4 but that's just my preference.

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