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Roxanne Chords

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[Verse]

    Gm       Dm/F                   Ebmaj7              Dm
Rox-anne          You don't have to put on the red light
Cm                Fsus4                 Gsus4
Those days are ov-er, you don't have to sell your body to the night
    Gm       Dm/F                   Ebmaj7              Dm
Rox-anne          You don't have to wear that dress tonight
Cm                   Fsus4            Gsus4
Walk the streets for money, you don't care if it's wrong or if it's right

   
[Pre-Chorus]

    Cm       Fsus4                  Gsus4
Rox-anne          You don't have to put on the red light
    Cm       Fsus4                  Gsus4
Rox-anne          You don't have to put on the red light


[Chorus]

G7sus4

Cm  Bb    
Rox-anne  (put on the red light)
Eb  F     
Rox-anne  (put on the red light)
F   Gm     
Rox-anne  (put on the red light)
F/C Bb     
Rox-anne  (put on the red light)
Eb  F                             Gsus4
Rox-anne(put on the red light)     Oh!
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zeppelinrox5775 212 wrote on February 18 2007, 08:04 pm

Great Tab. Tip: To Make it sound like the recording play each chord stacatto on the top four strings of your guitar. Then in the Chorus play the power chord of each chord.

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hort stu 279 wrote on November 19 2007, 12:37 pm

? is that Dm/F a d minor and F or an F6? Sorry the chord diagrams arent clear... anyone?

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zhahme00 29 wrote on November 28 2007, 02:29 pm

Dm/F means okay a Dm chord.. but instead of using the D bass note, replace with F.. so it would be (1xx231). a regular
Dm is (xx0231)

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