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Free Bird Chords

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G, D, Em, F, C, D are the chords to the song over and over, (unless you are listening
to a live version cause the end is different).

G          D           Em
    If I leave here tomorrow,
F               C            D
    Would you still remember me
G              D           Em
    For I must be travelin on now
F                         C            D
    Cause theres too many places I've got to see
G          D           Em
    If I stay her with you girl
F                     C            D
    Well things just couldnt be the same
G                 D        Em
    Cause I'm as free as a bird now
F              C                  D
    And this bird you'll never chain
F            C                D
    And this bird you cannot chain
F            C               D
    And this bird you cannot chain
F        C             D
    Lord knows I cant change

And its basically the same thing over and over not hard to play at all if you
are listening to the song.

If you would rather not listen to the song and just play it yourself just pick
each string on each chord from the fifth string down and back up to to the fifth
string. On the Em, go down and up twice.
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pinkfloyd_3565 10 wrote on July 25 2005, 12:00 am

like it but you should have put the other half of the song

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METSOAD 1,622 wrote on March 23 2006, 11:06 am

D/F# in the bass, otherwise perfect

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bropark08 115 wrote on September 5 2006, 07:25 pm

nice job man, sounds good to me

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