Los Lonely Boys - Hollywood Chords & Tabs

 

Hollywood Chords & Tabs

Los Lonely Boys Chords & Tabs

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Hollywood Chords

   
Hollywood
by Los Lonely Boys

This song is all basic chords except the intro.
You can play open chords with a capo on 3, but Los Lonelys play it without a capo and
use all barre chords.

This is the non-capo version. A brief capo 3 version is at the bottom.

Intro:

Cm (8th fret)  Bb (6th fret)   Cm   Bb

You can tell by listening to the intro that he does hammer-ons and pull-offs during the
intro. It's very easy to do. For the Cm, do it by moving your pinky from the 4th string
down to the 1st string onto fret 10. For the Bb hammer-on, move your pinky from the 4th
string to the third string on the 8th fret.

It's very easy, and the rest of the song is chords.

Verse:

    Bb (6th fret)            Bb
I'm calling up my Cherie, to tell her that I'm gonna leave

          Eb (6th fret) Ebm          Bb
Cause I'm moving on to Hollywood you see  (repeat)


1st Chorus:

      Cm (8th fret)   F (8th fret)
And I know I can't go wrong

        Cm               F
Cause I finally found my song

        Cm               F
And I'm headed where I belong

  Bb
Hollywood


Next Choruses:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/l/los_lonely_boys/hollywood_crd_ver_2.html ]
      Cm              F
And I know I can't go wrong

        Cm               F
Cause I finally found my song

        Cm               F
And I'm headed where I belong

     Cm         Bb
Hollywood, Hollywood


Solo (Cm Bb Cm Bb)


Bridge: (all barre chords)

D    Gm    C (3rd fret) Cm

F (8th fret) Eb  Dm  Cm  Bb

Back to verse then chorus

End with Cm and Bb





Capo Version: Capo on 3rd fret (this makes the bridge a lot easier)

Intro: Am G

Verse: G  G  C  Cm

1st Chorus: Am D  Am D  Am D  G

Other Choruses: Am D Am D Am D Am Am G

Bridge: B Em A Am
        D D/C G/B D/A G



 D  D/C G/B D/A
 2   0   0   0
 3   3   3   3
 2   0   0   0
 0   2   0   2
 x   3   2   0
 x   x   x   x


Good little song by Los Lonely Boys.

Brad Lewis
blewis@utk.edu
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