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Love Triangle chords

version 3
version 3

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  • In the verses when it says to play dmaj7, A can be... Show more
  • Matches up with the CD version of the song.
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Matches up with the CD version of the song. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Version 1 I didn't care for because of the unnecessary use of a capo, but version 2 was definitely onto
something. They didn't quite have it right, though, so I've improved upon version 2 with corrected lyrics,
fixed chord placements (in relation to the lyrics), and overall chord usage. I was on the fence about whether
to create a new version, but I think together the changes were enough to warrant a third, clean attempt.

Let me know if there's anything you still think needs tweaking!

[Intro]
D  Dmaj7 D Dmaj7


[Verse]
D
Sittin' on the front step
Dmaj7
Little white suitcase
D
Hearing that diesel
Dmaj7
'Fore it hit the front gate
G                                    D     Dmaj7
His headlights burnin' down a Friday night

D
Southern Belle statue
Dmaj7
Standing in the screen door
D
Watching her whole world
Dmaj7
Head for an old Ford
G                                     D   Dmaj7
With a man that can't look her in the eye


[Pre-Chorus]
       Em      
Then I run, to him
D/F#  G
   Big hug, jump in
      Em
And I cry for her
D/F#    G
Out the window


[Chorus]
     Bm
Some mommas and daddies
    G
Are loving in a straight line
       D
Take forever to hearten
     A
Then take a long sweet ride
         Bm
But some mommas and daddies
         G                       D     Dmaj7
Let their heart strings tear and tangle
               G    
And some of us get stuck
             D     Dmaj7 D Dmaj7
In a love triangle


[Verse]
D
Bowling alley burger
Dmaj7
Fries and a milkshake
D
Headed to the same old
Dmaj7
Two-dollar matinee
G
'Baby, how's your school been,
               D    Dmaj7
And how's your mom? 

D
Patsy Cline echoes
Dmaj7
Back off the dashboard
D
Staring at my boots
Dmaj7
And the dusty old floorboard
G                                     D    Dmaj7
Baby, two weeks ain't really all that long


[Pre-Chorus]
       Em      
Then I run, to her
D/F#    G
Wrap my arms, around her skirt
      Em
And I cry for him
D/F#    G
Out the window


[Chorus]
     Bm
Some mommas and daddies
    G
Are loving in a straight line
       D
Take forever to hearten
     A
Then take a long sweet ride
         Bm
But some mommas and daddies
         G                       D     Dmaj7
Let their heart strings tear and tangle
               G    
And some of us get stuck
             D     
In a love triangle


[Bridge]
D    G
Oooooh
Bm   A
Oooooh

In a love triangle

D    G
Oooooh
Bm   A
Oooooh


[Chorus]
     Bm
Some mommas and daddies
    G
Are loving in a straight line
       D
Take forever to hearten
     A
Then take a long sweet ride
         Bm
But some mommas and daddies
         G                       D     Dmaj7
Let their heart strings tear and tangle
         Bm
And some mommas and daddies
    G
Ran outta love in '94
         D
And some mommas and daddies
           A
Don't even talk no more
         Bm
And some mommas and daddies
       G                         D      Dmaj7
Let their heart strings tear and tangle


[Coda]
               G
And some of us get stuck
               A
And some of us grow up
             D     Dmaj7 D Dmaj7
In a love triangle

            
            
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aleanosweat 10 Sep 17, 2017 01:21 PM

is there anyway to substitute the Bm with another simpler cord. it's not that it's hard for me it's that it's hard for me to transition bc I have very small fingers so I can play the cord if I take time to put my fingers in the right place but it's difficult to transition as I said before. if you know of an easier chord please let me know 😊

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Serenal 106 Oct 16, 2017 11:54 PM

Which form of Bm are you playing? The E shape Barre chord (133211), the A shape Barre chord (X24432), or something else? Sorry for the late reply, I've been recovering from surgery. I also have small hands and often find the A shape barre chords much easier to play.

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