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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Apr 15, 2021.
waltz across texas.... mainly because it's one i can kind of sing lol
Gypsy Moth, by Hoyt Axton, although for the life of me I still can’t figure out exactly how to play it. I’m pretty sure he’s playing in an open tuning.
The ending to this is stunning
Jambalaya, by Hank Williams.
It's my favorite two-chord song to perform.
So many great I - IV songs could make the list, but a snarky lyric and Hope Sandoval make everything even more wonderful.
Never mind the little VII slipped in to freshen up the turnaround.
Try throwing Gin ‘n Juice in the middle of that, if you can find someone to rap it, String Cheese Incident style!
"Paperback Writer" is probably mine.
Heres a foot-tapper.
Feelin’ Alright by Joe Cocker, Traffic and many others
Was it Lou Reed who said three chords is jazz?
So many, but here's one:
Cold rain and snow, by the grateful dead.
Well, not really my favorite, but I love that groove.
Elbow-"Scattered Black and Whites"
Wait though...there's a V chord after the bridge and right at the end.
Well I'm gonna post my favourite 1 chord song. Pretty sure it's only 1?. Not many around.