#1
I need to practice my chords and I want a song to practice thats simple and uses chords and I also want to know a simple bluesy song to learn(not chords)
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#2
1. Any Libertines song, give some chords that are less conventional.
2. Don't know much blues, but you could always try out some Sabbath.
#3
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1. Any Libertines song, give some chords that are less conventional.
2. Don't know much blues, but you could always try out some Sabbath.

im lost from your first one but BS doesnt sound anything at all like blues
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#5
Black Sabbath is blues pretty much.
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im lost from your first one but BS doesnt sound anything at all like blues



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#7
Any C.C.R album will be chalk full of good tunes for chording.
ZZ-top has a bunch of different blues songs.
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#8
Wish You Were Here is good for chords, as is Last Kiss.
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