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Whipping Post Chords

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Title:                  WHIPPIN' POST                   (Gregg Allman)

Am   Am(on 2nd fret)   A(on 5th fret)   Am(on 2nd fret) Am

[Verse]

I've been run down,  and I've been lied to,

And I don't know why I let that mean woman make me a fool.

She took all my money,  wrecked my new car,

Now she's with one of my good time buddies

Drinkin in some cross town bar


[Chorus]

Bm7          D7                   E7
Sometimes I feel,    sometimes I feel,
               A           D        C
Like I've been tied to the whippin' post
A           D        C
Tied to the whippin' post,
A           D        C
Tied to the whippin' post,
C    Tacet
Good lord I feel like I'm dying.


[Verse]

My friends tell me   that I've been such a fool,

And I have to stand by and take if, baby, all for loving you.

Drown myself in sorrow  and I look at what you've done,

But nothing seems to change, the bad times stay the same

And I can't go on


[Chorus]

Bm7          D7                   E7
Sometimes I feel,    sometimes I feel,
               A           D        C
Like I've been tied to the whippin' post
A           D        C
Tied to the whippin' post,
A           D        C
Tied to the whippin' post,
C    Tacet
Good lord I feel like I'm dying.
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HendrixFan345 10 Nov 13, 2007 10:40 PM

great work! I am a sucky rythm player in need!

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Trigger_Happy 21 Nov 28, 2008 06:59 AM

Thanks for this, but I don't understand what you mean by Am(on 2nd fret) A(on 5th fret). Do you mean played barred?

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rikro 21 Jun 16, 2009 11:23 PM

He means to take an Am and slide it up so that you have the B string, 3rd fret (not 2nd), G and A strings on the 4th fret, open high string. (Just slide a normal Am uo 2 frets). The next chord is a C-dim. Hold the B,G, and A strings on the 5th fret - High E open. Picture an A chord played on the 5th fret. Repeat this pattern throughout the verses.

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