Private Idaho Guitar Chords

“Private Idaho” Guitar Chords

Written by The B-52s. Capo: none Chorus Strumming: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + You’re living in your own private Idaho Living in your own private Idaho Underground like a wild potato Don’t go on the patio Beware …

“The Scientist” – Guitar Chords

Written by Coldplay. As performed by Willie Nelson. Strumming: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +     Come up to meet   you, tell you I’m so – rry You don’t know how lo  –   vely you are     …

Sheryl Crow - The First Cut Is the Deepest

“The First Cut Is the Deepest” Guitar Chords

Written by Cat Stevens. As performed by Sheryl Crow. VERSE 1 I would have given you all   of my heart       But there’s someone who’s torn it apart       And he’s taking just all   that I have       …

Joy to the World

“Joy to the World” Guitar Chords

Capo: Anywhere you like, depending on the singer’s vocal range. First note to sing matches open G string. Strumming: Start with a single strum on each chord. Then try: 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & D-DUD-DUD-DUD-DU Joy to …

Frosty the Snowman

“Frosty the Snowman” Guitar Chords

Capo: Anywhere you like, depending on the singer’s vocal range. First note to sing matches open D string. Strumming: Start with a single strum on each chord. Then try: 1 2 3 4 D-D-D-DU Frosty the Snowman was a jolly …

O Christmas Tree

“O Christmas Tree” Guitar Chords

Capo: Anywhere you like, depending on the singer’s vocal range. First note to sing matches open D string. Strumming: Start with a single strum on each chord. Then try: 1 2 3 DUD-D- O Christmas Tree O, Christmas Tree, Your …

Santa Chimney

“Up on the Housetop” Guitar Chords

Capo: Anywhere you like, depending on the singer’s vocal range. First note to sing matches third fret on B string. Strumming: Start with a single strum on each chord. Then try: 1 2 3 4 D-DU-UDU Up on the housetop, …

Silent Night

“Silent Night” Guitar Chords

Capo: Anywhere you like, depending on the singer’s vocal range. First note to sing matches open D string. Strumming: Start with a single strum on each chord. Also try slow, serene fingerpicking (no specific pattern necessary). Silent night! Holy night! …