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Gangstas Paradise chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Some friends and I, did this last summer (while camping), it turned out great!

CAPO on 5th.

whole song, (chorus).

D                    Am
"""""".....          """"".....
C                     G
living in, a gangstas paradise;

         etc.

Play's well with; acoustic bass, light drumming, and a chic (singing), with a real smokey 
voice.(trust me).

"add-lib", on "C" and "G".

have fun!

ps., if you can find a "violinist", who's not an "ego-maniac"... "Go for it"!

peace.

            
            
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Monkey270 10 Feb 10, 2009 10:11 AM

lol you did this camping? sweet but whats it about

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U B the band 3,023 Sep 16, 2009 02:09 PM

Good job man. 5 from me.

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insurgentsteve 30 Feb 19, 2010 06:15 PM

i found this difficult to understand, I played through this as best I could and figured it out on piano. The first chord, no matter the capo, is a C major with a raised 3rd and 5th (i would say augmented C, but I think the raised 3rd makes it something else), the second chord is a G major with a D bass note (G/D), then it hits a C5 once then a G5 once.

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