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Old 06-16-2018, 09:18 AM
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If you've got the time.

Great song by a Forum member, and you will go to YouTube for it: G. Q. Stedley, "Dear Whiskey."

Listen for the lyric, ending with "if I said I remember," there's a 4-beat riff or chord sequence there I would like to know.

Mr Stedley (a great pseudonym) was kind enough to send me a lyric sheet with chords, and now I'd like to dress it up a little.
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Please provide a link to stuff you ask about.
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Old 06-16-2018, 08:03 PM
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Thanks! Cannot copy and do links with the iPhone.
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Thanks! Cannot copy and do links with the iPhone.
My Droid can, lol.

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Old 06-17-2018, 10:19 AM
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Try this:

Code:
           s            s
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------9-/-10---8----------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------8-/-9----7---------------------------------------------|
D|-------9-/-10---9---9-/-10---9---------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
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If I have the spot you are talking about it is about like below

Basically a G chord

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-4/5--3--1--0----------------------
-4/5--4--2--0--------------------
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-3-----------3-------------------

Slide optional and whatever you want to do with the low G note
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If it is the part right after "remember" ? I believe in country music it is called a "walk down" no doubt based on the key of the song going from the bridge chords back to the verse
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Nice tune. Like the lyrics and the melody.
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If you've got the time.

Great song by a Forum member, and you will go to YouTube for it: G. Q. Stedley, "Dear Whiskey."

Listen for the lyric, ending with "if I said I remember," there's a 4-beat riff or chord sequence there I would like to know.

Mr Stedley (a great pseudonym) was kind enough to send me a lyric sheet with chords, and now I'd like to dress it up a little.
You mean he didn't send you the complete chords?
What did he give you for that part of the song?
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