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Broken Hearted Blues chords

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                            Broken Hearted Blues

    This is one of my all time favorite songs, period. It's only a four
chord progression and a tiny lil' riff, but it's so simple yet beautiful.

 D maj   C maj 7    A min    E min           lil' riff (in key of D)
E--2--------0---------0--------0---------------------------------------|
B--1--------0---------1--------0----------------7--8-7--10-8-7-7-------|
G--2--------0---------2--------0----------------7--7-7--7--7-7-7-------|
D--0--------2---------2--------2----------------0--0-0--0--0-0-0-------|
A-----------3---------0--------2---------------------------------------|
E------------------------------0---------------------------------------|

D major               C maj 7
This is a song that I wrote when I was young

      A minor     E minor          D maj   (play the lil' riff here)
and I call it the broken hearted blues

    D major               C maj 7
The air on that night was tempered like a knife

        A minor         E minor         D maj  (play the lil' riff here)
and the people wore the face masks of a clown

.....the same four chord progression with the riff at the end, that's the
whole song, simple and sweet, just the way I like em'....the Axe Miester!

            
            
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the piper 1,413 Jun 20, 2007 02:12 PM

why do you not know the names of chords?

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the piper 1,413 Jun 22, 2007 10:59 AM

sorry to be so strict but someone could easly mistake Cmaj7 to be x32310 because if the 7th isn't a major (which means you put maj after the 7) it's just C7 which is a blues chord that im pretty sure he doesnt use in this song.

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the piper 1,413 Jun 22, 2007 11:00 AM

and the Dmaj isn't Dmaj it's D7 which isn't right, it's just Dmaj.

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