I believed everything I believed everything , but now I don’t believe in anything My mother my only life She is gone and everything gone with it . I believed everything , but now I don’t believe in anything My mother my only life She is gone and everything gone with it . Before you are gone close the door
OK? When you want to dream you shouldn’t OD Open your eyes and keep the lights off Becarful you’ll lose it and say this my life This happen in the mid night he sees it everyday its normal Tattoo on his arm , the one that love him He buried her with his hands his tears falling down Just turn and kiss me turn and teach me how to go in the mid of the Night Laugh for me just forget and we will live life I believed everything , but now I don’t believe in anything My mother my only life She is gone and everything gone with it . I believed everything I believed everything , but now I don’t believe in anything My mother my only life She is gone and everything gone with it . We have seen all that you have never seen Behind the mountain rive and flood took the kids hum Table jack bottle we will brings girls you’ll pass the night and this night is long What are we going to do now ? What makes us go to these things Just laught for as a little His tears still falling he still sees her whenever he closes his eyes Stopped everything right know I don’t use nothing I just want to change my life she is gone and everyone is gone
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this video is from my guitar [lesson] series So today I’ll show how to play yellow submarine by the beatles It’s easy enough [for] beginner guitar players learn Okay, so it’s made up of only two parts the verse and the course So I’ll play each one And I’ll show how it’s played using tabs Okay, so I’ll play the chorus first I’ll show us buddy Okay Okay starts off as a g You actually play it like that what me and Then to Addy for three beats to and do a C chord that for one beat Back to the g put three beats – an e minor one beat into an a-Minor for three beats into a C chord for monkey in 2D cord for three weeks So played against Willie I’ll show this song structure at the end of the video okay, and it goes into the course I’ll play it first Yep Okay, so that’s g for four beats [and] D for four beats another four beats and g or four beats Okay, oh That’s all there is to the song okay, [so] This is how it’s played the verse four times course twice the verse one and [a] half times Then it’s a g chord for eight beats over the trumpet section It goes into the course for two beats Or straight two times verse four times Course four times, and that’s it Okay, so that’s the lesson Um also, I’m on Twitter now Let’s Learn Rock guitar That’s a rock without a cake. So you’re gonna check me out on Twitter. I’m there too. Okay. Thanks for watching
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy This video is friend my guitar lesson series, so today I’ll show how to play please please me by the beatles So I’ll play the riffs and the chords first and then I’ll show how to play note for note using the tabs ok so Here’s the first [run] the intro That’s actually played on the harmonica [ok] so the top string some threat and the fifth string [sounds] [good] then the bottom of string twelfth fret and 4th string [Fourteenth] fret and This finger here the index finger is always in the same position As opposed to the pointing finger Index finger ok so I’ll refer to the bottom string [okay], so [it’s] 12th fret turn up time 11th fret 9th fret Vii nice 7/4 so once again That’s played twice now verse um okay, okay? That part isn’t really played on the charts. It’s some But it’s kind of fun playing guitar Okay, so the bottom string They’re all open their notes okay, so [second] string fifth fret fourth Remember you’re playing the bottom string at the same time open second string second fret open second Or the Ecord. [they’re] like that a Cord A [ecore] So that’s good okay, that’s Okay, that’s the bar chord g the third fret top string twice [af] fifth fret twice seven threat be three times That goes back to the word diverse Okay, and then it’s this little fill here That’s twice on the top string open um Okay, fourth string second fret twice fifth string second fret place Okay in the Chorus play first okay, so that’s a f sharp Minor C sharp Minor A II A be [E] okay, and Next is the bridge [missing] I don’t want to sound a plane [fight] first you okay, so that’s a be then II and you do that three times the a b e e three times okay, ah And finally the any chords which play it first? Okay, so it’s an open e chord the Bar Chord G top string third fret Bar Chord C. Top string 8th fret be seventh fret then [II] And that’s pretty much the main component for the song okay. [I] hope this lesson has been helpful and thanks for watching
Onward Way | Original Composition for Acoustic Guitar
(Anthony) The firetruck go “whoo”! (Anthony) You know what I’m sayin’?
Like “whoo” “whoo”! (Ian) SHUT UP! -Milky milkshake!
-Milky’ milkshake. Sorry, guys. This song sucks. Come back when you’ve got
something that doesn’t suck. -Firetruck!
-What did you say? I said “firetruck”. You know, it’s the polite way
of saying f*ck in public. (Ian) Starts with “F”
and it ends with “uck”. -Firetruck.
-Alright, come back in here. I’ll sign you guys…
on one condition. Here’s the thing about saying firetruck It starts F and it ends with UCK So whenever you’re in trouble or out of luck You no longer have to exclaim “OH F*CK” Hey look at that they just bleeped me Instead say firetruck, it’s so easy And I’d like to take a moment just sit right there I’ll tell you how you
can say firetruck anywhere Stub your toe, FIRETRUCK Lose your cash, FIRETRUCK You’re naked and your parents come home, FIRETRUCK Fail your class, FIRETRUCK Scratch your ass, FIRETRUCK Clip your nails too short and it hurts, FIRETRUCK Crap your pants, FIRETRUCK Bite your tongue, FIRETRUCK No one shows up to your party, FIRETRUCK Red Ring of Death, FIRETRUCK Forget to breathe, FIRETRUCK Found out your mom is your dad, FIRETRUCK Say firetruck every chance you see It’s even more fun when it gets bleeped Say it with me now, don’t make this suck F****************UCK! Whoa man, did you just say f*ck? Naw man, I just said firetruck But when you bleep it, it says f*ck. Who cares man, we’re sayin’ firetruck! Lose your teeth, FIRETRUCK iPhone bill, FIRETRUCK Jonas Brothers stuck in your head, FIRETRUCK Crash your car, FIRETRUCK Into your dog, FIRETRUCK Turns out your dog is your mom, FIRETRUCK- Wait, so now my mom’s a dog? And your dad. This is just getting ridiculous! -You act like it’s not normal.
-It isn’t normal! It is in Canada. (scoffs) So they have man-dog-women in Canada? Yes. Fail science, FIRETRUCK Eat a pencil, FIRETRUCK There’s over 500 Pokemon?! WHAT THE FIRETRUCK?! Lose the game, FIRETRUCK David Blaine, FIRETRUCK -Get ran over by a…
-What? FIRETRUCK So, yeah Next time you wanna say the f-word… just say firetruck! It’s more polite. And if you didn’t like this song… go firetruck yourself! Check out the new shirt
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Merhaba and welcome to iPhonedo Thank you very much for tuning in to this video on this episode I’m going to show you how to play Micro Cuts by Muse First, let’s begin with the tuning. It is drop D It is like the regular tuning. But the 6th string, you tune it down to D Micro Cuts is not that difficult to play. Except the arpeggio is a little bit tricky So let’s begin. You may need to practice the arpeggio a lot… Bare in mind if you feel any tension in your arm while practicing, just let it go. Rest for a while… Rest your arm Then find a comfortable position and start practicing again. You have to look out for yourself. Song begins with this intro This is basically a D minor You start with the 12th fret on the 4th string and then ten ten ten on the first, second and third string. So what you’re playing is actually a D minor And the arpeggio goes like this So, 4, 3, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 2 And then a G minor… So it starts like this. D minor, G minor Which is 12th on the 4th, 12th on the 3rd, 11 on the 2nd and 10 on the first string. I advise you to keep your index finger here. If you go like this, when it is time to go back to D minor You mute the strings and you don’t want to mute the strings. You want to let them ring as much as they can. So the chords for the verse are D minor, G minor, D minor, D major, G minor D minor again, C# diminished maybe add 7 in there And then D minor. The arpeggio goes like this. I’m going to play it slowly The chords in the chorus are G minor, F# dim / A G minor, again the same thing And then D# diminished You can play this a lot of ways He doesn’t play it like this, he plays it like this And then A sus 4 and A major Again, he plays it differently So the chorus goes like this Or let me play it fast And then back to the arpeggio And then there is another part Hit octaves on the 5th and the 3rd string After this one he goes So you basically just mute the strings And this is… 5th string and on the 5th fret He does things like that And the rest is basically this Yeah, it is all about this arpeggio. It may get tricky if you want to sing along And it may get trick if you have a broken wrist like mine, that doesn’t function properly Now you may ask yourself how to play the bass It is umm… It’s very simple Of course this is drop D by the way. It is the same thing as the guitar And the for the chorus Never stop playing this And when it comes to x part, bass goes And you just follow what the guitar did. And the very last part Thank you very much for watching this video. I hope it helped you figure out the song I had to figure out the song in order to prepare the videos for it So I wanted to share this knowledge with you guys It may not be 100% accurate But this is the way I played in my video. So I really hope it helped and if you have any suggestions or corrections Please let me know in the comment section below Until I see you the next time take really good care of yourselves And hoşçakalın!
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Today we’re going to look at some more picking patterns and this one is called inside out,
it just happens to be the very first finger picking pattern I learned, but in the flow
of these lessons, it belongs here. Let’s take a look at inside out. Now this pattern
should eventually sound pretty familiar to you, this is very much like what a lot of
people call Travis picking. We’ll just jump right into it here. The pattern is, we’re
going to take these middle four strings right here, the second through fifth string, and
if you take the two outside strings of this combination it’ll help you figure out where
you are, the two and two. So in this pattern we’re going to do it this way, Thumb, second
finger, thumb, first finger. Remember the thumb is going to play both of these and these
two fingers are going to play these two strings, the second and the third. So, thumb, second
finger, thumb, first finger, we’re playing an A minor chord by the way. Now eventually
when you get good at this, it will sound like this. I can’t even imagine how many songs
there are that use this. The other half of this is called the inside out pitch, where
you pluck the outside two strings, thumb plus two, thumb. It’s outside, inside, outside,
inside, outside. That’s used in songs like, I don’t know, like. So there you have it,
that’s the inside out in the inside out pitch.