#3
You can switch up the key if you like, though. So it could be F-Bb-C if you wanted to play it that way. As long as it's 1-4-5, like Hosscat said.
#4
I have the song in my locker at school. Pm me monday and ill give them to you.
#6
i know the power chords it's root 5th fret 6th string, root 5th fret 5th string, root 7th fret 5th string and back to root 5th fret 5th string rinse and repeat but different picking patterns on the chorus and verse but same order
#8
theres a million ways to play it.


root, 4th, 5th, thats the pattern, pick some chords that will fit and it will work.

E,A,B work, and i think are the actual ones
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