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Not All Heroes Wear Capes chords

version 2
version 2

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  • Chords are a little easier and all within reach.
  • Based on the acoustic version, this is the way Adam Young plays it.
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Chords are a little easier and all within reach. Was this info helpful? Yes No
Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Basically G,C,D and a little Em in the chorus

[Main Riff]
e|-3---1--------------|--3---1-----------------|
B|---------4---1---4--|----------4---3---------|
G|--------------------|------------------3-----|
D|--------------------|------------------------|
A|--------------------|------------------------|
E|--------------------|------------------------|

[Intro]
G C   G D G C D

G           C
He doesn't fight crime
          D
Or wear a cape
G          C
He doesn't read minds
       D
Or levitate
G                                C
But every time my world needs saving
D
He's my Superman
G                 C
Some folks don't believe in heroes
G            D
'Cause they haven't met my dad

[Instrumental Bridge]
G C G D

[Verse 2]
G            C
He loves his workshop
     D
And rock 'n roll
G          C
He's got a hot rod
        D
And a heart o' gold
G                        C
And you could say he's a man of few words
        D
But he talks a lot within
G                      C
And even though' I'm a little taller
    D
I still look up to him

[Chorus]
C             D          G        Em
He built me a house in the arms of a tree
C                D          G           Em
He taught me to drive and to fight and to dream
C               D         G              D
When he looks in my eyes I hope he can see that
   C      D      G
My dad's a hero to me

[Instrumental Bridge 2]
G C G D

[Verse 3]
G            C
Rust ridden fenders
                   D
And doors full of dings
G              C  D
Somehow he can fix about anything
G              C
I didn't think he knew how to cry
D
'Til our dog died that year
G                        C
He doesn't always say I love you
           D
But I can hear him loud and clear

[Chorus]
C             D          G        Em
He built me a house in the arms of a tree
C                D          G           Em
He taught me to drive and to fight and to dream
C               D         G              D
When he looks in my eyes I hope he can see that
   C      D      G
My dad's a hero to me

[Instrumental Bridge 3]
G C G D

[Chorus]
C             D          G        Em
He built me a house in the arms of a tree
C                D          G           Em
He taught me to drive and to fight and to dream
C               D         G              D
When he looks in my eyes I hope he can see that
   C      D      G
My dad's a hero to me






            
            
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varietybuilders 10 Oct 07, 2017 01:02 AM

thanks for the hard work!!!

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zachlip02 15 Oct 07, 2017 08:07 PM

Great song, I am going to learn how to play it for my dad. The chord progression is actually easy to read the first time through cant wait to memorize it!

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