Pretty Blue Eyes by Eric Clapton Guitar Chords

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Pretty Blue Eyes by Eric Clapton Guitar Chords


from the album “There’s One in Every Crowd” (1975)

transcribed by Steve Garner (s_garner@hotmail.com)

CHORDS USED: A x02220 E7 022130
D xx0232 Bm x24432
G 320033

INTRO:
(listen to recording to get exact strumming pattern)


|----------0-0-0--0-0-0--0-0------------0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0---------|
|----------2-2-2--2-2-2--2-2------------2-2-2--2-2-2-2-2---------|
|----------2-2-2--2-2-2--2-2------------2-2-2--2-2-2-2-2---------|
|----------2-2-2--2-2-2--2-2------------2-2-2--2-2-2-2-2---------|
|------0---0-0-0--0-0-0--0-0--------0---0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0---------|
|--0-2-------------------------0-2--------------------------0-2--|

MAIN RHYTHM FIGURE:
(listen to recording to get exact strumming pattern)

Gtr.I (rhythm)


|---0--0-0-0---0--0-0--0----0-0--0-0---0--0-0-0-0------------------|
|---2--2-2-2---3--3-3--3----3-3--3-3---2--2-2-2-2------------------|
|---2--2-2-2---1--1-1--1----1-1--1-1---2--2-2-2-2------------------|
|---2--2-2-2---2--2-2--2----2-2--2-2---2--2-2-2-2------------------|
|---0--0-0-0---2--2-2--2----2-2--2-2---0--0-0-0-0------------------|
|--------------0--0-0--0----0-0--0-0-------------------------------|

| |
|Gtr.II (lead) |


|------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--9b(10)r9--7----------------------7--9-----7---------------------|
|---------------9--7-------7--7--9--------9------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

HARMONY VOCALS SECTION:


|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|
|-7--5--3-------|----------7--5-|-7--5--3-------|----5--7--10--10-|
|-7--6--4--2--4-|-4--6--7--7--6-|-7--6--4--2--4-|-7--6--7---9---9-|
|----------4--5-|-5--7--7-------|----------4--5-|-7---------------|
|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|
|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|


|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|
|-7--5--3-------|----------7--5-|-7--5--3-------|----5--7--12--10-|
|-7--6--4--2--4-|-4--6--7--7--6-|-7--6--4--2--4-|-7--6--7--11---9-|
|----------4--5-|-5--7--7-------|----------4--5-|-7---------------|
|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|
|---------------|---------------|---------------|-----------------|

SONG SETUP:

(Play intro figure x1)

(Play main rhythm fig. x4)

Verse #1:

Left alone to cry while he goes out singing
And she don’t see why a wedding bell ain’t ringing

(play main rhythm fig. X2)

Verse #2:

Left alone to cry while he goes out rocking
And she can’t see why it ain’t her he’s socking

(play main rhythm fig. x2)

(play harmony vocals section x2)

(play main rhythm fig. x2)

Verse #3:

Left alone to cry, life don’t seem worth living
It’s time to say goodbye, you’ve done enough forgiving

(play main rhythm fig. x2)

(play harmony vocals section x2)

(play main rhythm fig. w/acoustic solo until fade)


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PERFORMANCE NOTES:

The main rhythm figure ends abruptly just before the switch
to the harmony vocals section. Listen to the recording to hear
exactly where you should stop.

In the tab for the lead guitar during the harmony section,
the bottom notes are optional. You can play them to add a fuller
sound to the guitar part. Listen to the recording to hear where
these bottom notes would sound best added in.


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comments, corrections: s_garner@hotmail.com


 

If you want to study Eric Clapton Pretty Blue Eyes 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 entirely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play Pretty Blue Eyes. Guitar is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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