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Soulshine chords

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Soulshine - Gov't Mule

This song is fairly easy so I decided since i knew how to play it, why not submit some
chords. ... Well here they are.

Intro: (after piano/organ solo)
Bb F Gm Ab Bb (x2)

Verse 1:
Bb F Gm Bb (x3)
Bb F Gm Ab

Chorus:
Bb F Gm Ab Bb (x2)

For Verse 2 just play the same progression as Verse 1.
Same follows for Chorus.

Bridge:
Gm Bb 
Gm Bb Ab Bb

Solo:
Bb F Gm Ab Bb (x2)
Gm Bb
Gm Bb Ab Bb

After Solo follow Chorus chords.
After Chorus follow Solo chords.


( Any suggestions, email me at guitar_jason08@hotmail.com )

            
            
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gr8erjake 10 Jul 31, 2008 07:02 PM

the last chord in intro doesnt sound right
rest is good though

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nordicskiah 10 Aug 24, 2008 04:49 PM

into is fine, i would question the first Gm in the verse though... how bout D#?

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Rikity Krikit 10 Feb 01, 2012 02:05 PM

If you're playing accoustic, this is what you want to play

A, E, D, A x 3
A, E. F#m, G

The progression is the same in the chorus with a slightly different rhythm, just listen to the song and figure it out, the bridge is simple as well

F#m, A x 2
F#m, G, E

And back to A and hopefully, a perfectly executed Warrens Haynes style guitar solo-

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