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Ready For Love chords

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BAD COMPANY READY FOR LOVE CHORDS

[Intro] Am    Asus

Am               C
WALKIN' DOWN THIS ROCKY ROAD
D                    C
WONDERIN' WHERE MY LIFE IS LEADING
Am         Am/G          Am7/F#  D
ROLLIN' ON TO THE BITTER END
Am              C
FINDING OUT ALONG THE WAY 
D                    C    
WHAT IT TAKES TO KEEP LOVE LIVING 
Am              Am/G         Am7/F#
YOU SHOULD KNOW HOW IT FEELS MY FRIEND

G--SLIDE---A A A X2 C--SLIDE---D D D X2
OOOOOOOOO           I WANT YOU TO STAY
G--SLIDE---A A A               C   D
OOOOOOOOO           I WANT YOU TODAY
G--SLIDE---A A A X2 C--SLIDE---D D D X2
I`M READY FOR LOVE OH BABY I`M READY FOR LOVE
G--SLIDE---A A A X2 C--SLIDE---D D D X2
READY FOR LOVE OH BABY I`M READY FOR LOVE
C   B   A   G   F  G
OOOOOOOOO FOR YOUR LOVE

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clm12704 1,575 Jun 20, 2013 07:09 PM

Much better than the other ones on here! The only thing I'd suggest is in the second part of the verse to play a D/F# instead of the Am7/F#, then in the post chorus play G/B instead of the B (basically walk down playing an open C chord only playing the top three strings of each chord position).

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ruthwillisward 10 Jan 03, 2014 05:14 PM

For progression of chords at the end, I like the sound of a collection of E string barres: C, Bm, Am, G, F, G, Am. See how you like that. Very easy to play.

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