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Brandy chords

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  • These chords follows Mack Meadows' tutorial from Youtube which sounds on point.
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Brandy      _E      Looking Glass
[Intro]
|C#m7    |A     |C#m7   |A    |Bsus     |B       |

|A             G#         |F#m7        B  B     B  | 
 Doo   doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo  doo doo

[Verse 1]
          E               F#m     C#m       
There's a port,      on a western bay
       F#m         A       D       A
And it serves,   a hundred ships a day
       E                      F#m   C#m      F#m   A          E
Lonely sailors,      pass the time away, and talk about their homes
              E                  F#m    C#m 
And there's a girl,      in this harbor town,
        F#m     A        D       A     
And she works,    layin' whiskey down
         E                 F#m     C#m       
They say Brandy,     fetch another round
    F#m         A           E                         
She serves them whiskey and wine      The sailors say 


[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------

C#m7             A
Brandy, you're a fine girl
       C#7                 A
What a good wife you would be
     Bsus               B                A   /G# /F# B 
Your eyes could steal a sailor, from the sea

[Verse 2]------------------------------------------------------
E                   F#m     C#m 
Brandy,     wears a braided chain
            F#m    A               D        A
Made of the finest silver from the north of Spain
  E                F#m       C#m        F#m      A      E
A locket,     that bears the name, of a man that Brandy loved
   E               F#m      C#m           F#m      A    D     A
He came,      on a summer's day, bringin' gifts,   from far a-way
       E                 F#m      C#m      F#m    A       E
But he made it clear, he couldn't stay, no harbor was his home


[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------
                C#m7             A
The sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl
       C#m7                A
What a good wife you would be
       Bsus                 B           A   /G#  F#m7  B 
But my life, my love and my lady is the sea


[Bridge]========================================================
    C#m7           B                      A                 B 
Yea Brandy used to watch his eyes when he told his sailor's story
          C#m7           B                 A              B 
She could feel the ocean fall and rise she saw its ragin' glory
    C#m7          D/A                      C#m7          A
But he had always told the truth, Lord, he was an honest man
    Bsus4           B            A  /G#  F#m7 B 
And Brandy does her best to understand


[Verse 3]-----------------------------------
E                      F#m        C#m 
At night,     when the bars close down
F#m    A               D      A
Brandy walks through a silent town
    E                  F#m  C#m 
And loves a man, who's not around
    F#m       A        E
She still can hear him say


[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------
|:              C#m7             A
The sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl
       C#m7                A
What a good wife you would be
       Bsus                 B           A   /G#   F#m7  B 
But my life, my love and my lady is the sea                :|
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lnxguit2166 642 Mar 13, 2014 07:04 AM

[Intro]
|C#m7 |A |C#m7 |A |E/B |B7 |

|E E/G# |F#m7 B7sus4 |
Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo

[Verse 1]
E G#m F#m C#m
There's a port, on a western bay
F#m A D A
And it serves, a hundred ships a day
E G#m F#m C#m F#m A E (A)
Lonely sailors, pass the time away, and talk about their homes
E G#m F#m C#m
And there's a girl, in this harbor town,
F#m A D A
And she works, layin' whiskey down
E G#m F#m C#m
They say Brandy, fetch another round
F#m A E
She serves them whiskey and wine The sailors say

[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------

C#m7 A
Brandy, you're a fine girl
C#m7 A
What a good wife you would be
E/B B7 E E/G# F#m7 B7sus4
Your eyes could steal a sailor, from the sea

[Verse 2]------------------------------------------------------
E G#m F#m C#m
Brandy, wears a braided chain
F#m A D A
Made of the finest silver from the north of Spain
E G#m F#m C#m F#m A E
A locket, that bears the name, of a man that Brandy loved
E G#m F#m C#m F#m A D A
He came, on a summer's day, bringin' gifts, from far a-way
E G#m F#m C#m F#m A E
But he made it clear, he couldn't stay, no harbor was his home

[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------
C#m7 A
The sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl
C#m7 A
What a good wife you would be
E/B B7 E E/G# F#m7 B7sus4
But my life, my love and my lady is the sea

[Bridge]========================================================
C#m7 B A B
Yea Brandy used to watch his eyes when he told his sailor's story
C#m7 B A B
She could feel the ocean fall and rise she saw its ragin' glory
C#m7 D C#m7 A
But he had always told the truth, Lord, he was an honest man
E/B B7 E E/G# F#m7 B7sus4
And Brandy does her best to understand

[Verse 3]-----------------------------------
E G#m F#m C#m
At night, when the bars close down
F#m A D A
Brandy walks through a silent town
E G#m F#m C#m
And loves a man, who's not around
F#m A E
She still can hear him say

[Chorus]-------------------------------------------------------
|: C#m7 A
The sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl
C#m7 A
What a good wife you would be
E/B B7 E E/G# F#m7 B7sus4
But my life, my love and my lady is the sea :|

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