Lodi by Creedence Clearwater Revival Guitar Chords

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You can play Lodi by Creedence Clearwater Revival using guitar or guitar.
This song by Creedence Clearwater Revival can also be played by that device.
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Lodi guitar chords has swing and included in Green River (1969) album.
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Lodi by Creedence Clearwater Revival Guitar Chords


Just about a year ago
I set out on the road
Seekin’ my [G/F#]fame and fortune
And lookin’ for a pot of gold
Things got bad, and things got worse
I guess you know the tune
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again

I rode in on a Greyhound,
I’ll be walkin’ out if I go
I was just passin’ through
Must be seven months or more
Ran out of time and money
Looks like they took my friends
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again
The man from the magazine
Said I was on my way
Somewhere I lost connection
Ran out of songs to play
I came into town on a one-night stand
Looks like my plans fell through
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again
If I only had a dollar
For every song I’ve sung
And every time I’ve had to play
While people sat there drunk
You know I’d catch the next train
Back to where I live
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again

Peace, love, and soul,
Paul Zimmerman

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Lodi (CCR)

Intro: (1)

Just about a year ago
I set out on the road,
seekin’ my [Bb/A]fame and fortune,
lookin’ for a pot of gold.
Things got [Bb/A]bad and things got [Bb/F]worse,
I guess you will know the tune –

Oh Lord, stuck in Lodi again.[(2)]
Rode in on the Greyhound,
I’ll be walkin’ out if I go.
I was just passin’ through,
must be seven months or more.
Ran out of time and money,
looks like they took my friends –
Oh Lord, stuck in Lodi again.
The man from the magazine
said I was on my way.
Somewhere I lost connections,
ran out of songs to play.
I came into town, a one night stand,
looks like my plans fell through –
Oh Lord, stuck in Lodi again.


If I only had a dollar
for every song I’ve sung
and every [C/H]time I’ve had to [C/G]play
while people sat there drunk,
you know I’d [C/H]catch the next tra[C/G]in
back to where I’ve lived –
Oh Lord, stuck in Lodi again[(3)].

Intro (4) ad. lib.

[(1)]


E ----------- ------------- ------------- -------------
B 3--3-----4- -4-/6--6--3- -4--4-b6p4--- -3-----------
G 3--3-----5- -5-/7--7--3- -5--5------5- -3-----------
D ----------- ------------- ------------- -------------
A ----------- ------------- ------------- -------------
E ----------- ------------- ------------- -------------

[(2)]


E ----------- -------------
B ----------- -------------
G -------3-5- -5^6-5b3-----
D -----5----- ---------5---
A ----------- -------------
E ----------- -------------

(3) same as (2) 2 frets up,
(4) same as (1) 2 frets up.
[–]____________________________________________________________
Peter Eybert pjoe@charon.muc.de


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Lodi (CCR)

Just about a year ago
I set out on the road
Seekin’ my [G/F#]fame and fortune
And lookin’ for a pot of gold
Things got bad, and things got worse
I guess you know the tune
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again

I rode in on a Greyhound,
I’ll be walkin’ out if I go
I was just passin’ through
Must be seven months or more
Ran out of time and money
Looks like they took my friends
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again
The man from the magazine
Said I was on my way
Somewhere I lost connection
Ran out of songs to play
I came into town on a one-night stand
Looks like my plans fell through
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again
If I only had a dollar
For every song I’ve sung
And every time I’ve had to play
While people sat there drunk
You know I’d catch the next train
Back to where I live
Oh, Lord, stuck in Lodi again

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If you want to learn Creedence Clearwater Revival Lodi guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Lodi. Guitar is hard to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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