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Medley Of Country Songs

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Medley Of Country Songs On Guitar. Here's a few old standard songs that most country singers and bands play. I have set them in the same strumming pattern and use only three chords. The key I'm using is C Major. I place the capo on the 5th fret and play the chord of G, which is really a C, when I play the chord shame of C I'm playing an F and when I use the D Chords I'm really playing a G. I play it this way because of the large number of guitar players who hate playing the F chord and this makes it much easier. The first song is Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain which was a big hit for Willie Nelson, then I drift into another oldie called Singing The Blues, again the strumming doesn't change much even though it seems to have a faster pace. I just play the first verse of each song and include the chorus if the chords a different. Next up is My Best Friend followed by The Banks Of The Ohio which every country guitar player should know. I'm not sure if the next song ''It's A Heartache'' which was a hit for Bonnie Tyler is really a country song, perhaps it's pop but it seems to have the same strumming pattern so I threw it in anyway. The next one is another oldie by Dean Martin which started it's life as a country one but went into mainstream pop. The last is Take These Chains and then I drift back to the first song again to finish off. There's seven in total and they are all very well know, so these would be a good starter if your just getting into country music on guitar. You could even add a few more yourself, I'm sure there are hundreds more out there with the same easy strumming pattern, or just make up your own selection.

Blue eyes crying in the rain

Singing The Blues Chords

My Best Friend Chords

Banks Of The Ohio Music

It's A Heartache Chords

Little Old Wine Drinker Me Chords

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