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Howling At Nothing chords

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Hope ya dig this one, chords repeat through the whole song:
(let chords ring more during the chorus)

[Intro]  Bb Eb F Bb   Bb Eb F Bb

Bb                  Eb
Some are waving it around
Bb                  F
Someone carried me home
Bb                  Eb
One was never noticed sleeping on the floor
Bb          F       Bb
But I know-o-woah we were there

Bb                  Eb
Some were playing in a round
Bb                  F
Some were dipping so low
Bb                  Eb
It never seemed to matter as the night slipped away
Bb          F       Bb
'Cause there was soul in the air...

            
            
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puritanicaleuphoricmisanthropia2 43 Oct 23, 2015 11:28 AM

This sounds mostly right.

In the music video it looks like he is playing the B, E, and F# chords, with some embellishments on the e and B strings using his pinky.

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danielnsevers 65 Nov 20, 2015 04:29 AM, edited on December 17 2016, 05:09 am

Puritan,You're right- it does look like he's playing the B, E & F# in the video, but the chords above sound right to me. Perhaps the true way to play it is to tune a half step down and play the B, E & F# shapes.

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