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Animaniacs - Nations Of The World chords

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Acoustic guitar version of Animaniacs - Nations of the World

(note. this song can also be played w/o the capo)


Capo 6th fret


  A
United States, Canada,
    
Mexico, Panama,
                   E7
 Haiti, Jamaica, Peru;
    
Republic Dominican,
   
 Cuba, Carribean,
                           A
   Greenland, El Salvador too.


   A
 Puerto Rico, Columbia,
   
 Venezuela,
                         E7
 Honduras, Guyana, and still;
  
  Guatemala, Bolivia,
  
  then Argentina,
                       A
 and Ecuador, Chile, Brazil.

    A
Costa Rica, Belize,
   
 Nicaragua, Bermuda,
                       E7
 Bahamas, Tobago, San Juan;
    
Paraguay, Uruguay,
  
  Suriname, and
                                A
  French Guiana, Barbados, and Guam.

Capo 7th fret  
 

A
 Norway, and Sweden,
 
   and Iceland, and Finland,
                        E7
 and Germany now one piece;

    Switzerland, Austria,
   
 Czechoslovakia,
                      A
Italy, Turkey, and Greece.

   A
 Poland, Romania,
  
  Scotland, Albania,
                    E7
 Ireland, Russia, Oman;

    Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia,
 
   Hungary,
                     A
  Cyprus, Iraq, and Iran.

    A
There's Syria, Lebanon,
   
 Israel, Jordan
                              E7
 both Yemens, Kuwait, and Bahrain,
   
 the Netherlands, Luxembourg,
   
 Belgium, and Portugal,
                                A
France, England, Denmark, and Spain.


Capo 8th fret 


A
  India, Pakistan,
 
   Burma, Afghanistan,
                           E7
   Thailand, Nepal, and Bhutan;
 
   Kampuchea, Malaysia,
 
   then Bangladesh, Asia,
                        A
   and China, Korea, Japan.

   A 
Mongolia, Laos,
    
and Tibet, Indonesia,
                              E7
  the Philippine Islands, Taiwan;
  
  Sri Lanka, New Guinea,
 
   Sumatra, New Zealand,
                        A
   then Borneo, and Vietnam.

    A
Tunisia, Morocco,
  
  Uganda, Angola,
                        E7
 Zimbabwe, Djibouti, Botswana;
   
 Mozambique, Zambia,
    
Swaziland, Gambia,
                   A
Guinea, Algeria, Ghana.


Capo 9th fret
 
 A
 Burundi, Lesotho,
    
and Malawi, Togo,
                          E7
   The Spanish Sahara is gone;
  
  Niger, Nigeria,
  
  Chad, and Liberia,
                    A
  Egypt, Benin, and Gabon.


    A
Tanzania, Somalia,

    Kenya, and Mali,
                      E7
 Sierra Leone, and Algier;
 
   Dahomey, Namibia,
  
  Senegal, Libya,
                  A
Cameroon, Congo, Zaire.

   A
 Ethiopia, Guinea_
 
   Bissau, Madagascar,
                          E7
  Rwanda, Mahore, and Cayman;
   
 Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi,
   
 Qatar, Yugoslavia,
   (E)         (E)
 Crete, Mauritania,
   (E)       
 then Transylvania,
   (E)                (E)
  Monaco, Liechtenstein,
    (E)             (E)
  Malta, and Palestine,
   (E)   (E)           (A)
 Fiji, Australia, Sudan!

(Take these as just one strum, if you understand)

            
            
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nxtm4n 51 Nov 16, 2013 02:22 PM

It's impossible to change the capo's position mid-song. All of these chords are easy to play as barre chords, though, so I just play without a capo, and play up a fret as required.

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iris93 10 Dec 13, 2013 08:54 AM

could you please post the strumming pattern?

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