I’ve just posted a bunch of new chord charts of songs I’ve taught recently. I also revised some of the more popular songs by adding chord charts written in my new format.
New songs now available:
- Bowling for Soup – 1985 – Post-punk song requested by one of my middle-school students
- Can the Circle Be Unbroken – Carter Family – Classic country song
- Pacing the Cage – Bruce Cockburn – Gorgeous fingerstyle song, meticulously tabbed out
- I Don’t Believe You – Magnetic Fields – The Fields are current darlings of the indie rock critics (and this song will show you why)
- Daughters – John Mayer – I’m proud of this version: It sounds almost like the original, and is easy enough for beginners to play
- American Pie – Don McLean – The complete, unabridged version of Don McLean’s one-hit epic! 87 pages in all!
- Sweet Virginia – Rolling Stones – I was a big Stones fan growing up but I hadn’t heard Exile on Main Street until my student requested this song a couple weeks ago. Amazing performaces. Mick sounds so sweet in the chorus: “But come on…”
- Roseville Fair – Bill Staines – Don’t know much about this one. My student brought a copy of a friend performing it. I couldn’t find the original version on iTunes, so who knows how accurate this is….
- Father and Son – Cat Stevens – It was fun revisiting this song, which I first learned in high school. It’s still one of my favorites.
- Eleanor Rigby – Beatles
- Imagine – John Lennon
- With a Little Help From My Friends – Beatles
- Take Me Home Country Roads – John Denver
- Angel From Montgomery – John Prine
- Sugar Mountain – Neil Young
Have at ’em!