Denver John - Sunshine On My Shoulders Chords & Tabs

 

Sunshine On My Shoulders Chords & Tabs

Denver John Chords & Tabs

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Sunshine On My Shoulders Tab

   
Sunshine on my shoulders - 
John Denver

Capo 3rd fret - standard tuning


Intro 

-------3------------------3-------------------
----0-----0---------------0-------------------
0---------------------0-------0---------------
---------------0h2----------------------------
---------------------------------------------- X3
3---------------------------------------------



Verse

play the intro until it gets to "can make me cry" then play



---------0------------------0-------------------2-------------2------
---------1------------------1-------------------1-------------1------
-------------0-------------------0---------2--------------2----------
----2------------------2---------------0-------------0---------------
0-----------------0--------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------------

then back to thing you played in the intro and the begining of the verse


Chorus
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/d/denver_john/sunshine_on_my_shoulders_tab.html ]
G                 A7                   Bm              C  
----------------------------0----------------------------------3------
--------0-------------------1------------------3---------------1------
--------0------------------------0-------------4------------------0---
---0---------0---------2--------------------4------4-------2----------
------------------0--------------------2----------------3-------------
3--------------------------------------------------------------------- 



play the above when it gets to "if i had a day"

when it gets to "a day just like today" play the same thing you played earlier
when the song reached "can make me cry" then go back to the above until it gets 
back to the verse. Do this through the song. It's pretty accurate i think. It 
works for me anyway. If your playing along to his later version, use the capo
on the first fret, he sang it a step lower when he got older.
Peace everyone
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