Jacqueline by Franz Ferdinand Guitar Chords

If you are looking for Jacqueline guitar chords, you’ve visit to the perfect site.
You can play Jacqueline by Franz Ferdinand using guitar or guitar.
This song by Franz Ferdinand can also be played by that equipment.
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Jacqueline guitar chords has swing and included in Franz Ferdinand (2004) album.
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Jacqueline by Franz Ferdinand Guitar Chords


Jacqueline was seventeen, working on a desk
When Ivor peered above her spectacle
Forgot that he had wrecked a girl
Sometime these eyes forget the face they’re peering from
When the face they peer upon
Well you know that face as I do
And how in the return of the gaze
She can return you the face that you’re staring from

Bass:


|-------------------------3-3-3-3------------------|
|-----------------1-1-1-1--------------------------|
|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3----------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x2

Guitar:
Riff-1


|--------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------4-4-4----------------------------|
|-------------5-5-------5-5------------------------|
|-------5-5-5---------------5-5--------------------|
|-3-3-3--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x2

Riff-2


|--------------------------------------------------|
|-8-8-4--6b--8-8-4--6b--8-8-4--6~-6-6-4-4-3-3------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x2

Part-3:


|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------3-5-6-5-3---------------------|
|-3-3-3-6-3-3-3-5-6------------6-5-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x2
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------3-5-6-5-3---------------------|
|-3-3-3-6--3-5-6----------------6-5-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x1
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------3-5-6-5-3---------------------|
|-3-3-3-6-3-3-3-5-6------------6-5-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------| x1

Chorus:
It’s always better on holiday
So much better on holiday
That’s why we only work when we need the money x2

Gregor was down again
Said, ‘Come on, kick me again’
Said, ‘I’m so drunk I don’t mind if you kill me’

Come on you gutless
Yeah, I’m alive
I’m alive
I’m alive and how I know it
But for chips, and for freedom I could die

Riff 2 (x1)

Chorus (x2)

Break:


|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|-3-------5-6-8------------------------------------|
|-3-------5-6-8------------------------------------|
|-1-------3-4-6------------------------------------|

Riff-1 (x4)


|--------------------------------------------------|
|-x-4-x--------------------------------------------|
|-x-5-x--3333--------------------------------------|
|-x-5-x--3333--------------------------------------|
|-x-3-x--1111--------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|

four times repeated, figure out the strumming by listening the song

Chorus (x2)

finish on Cm

This is my correction of the
http://ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/f/franz_ferdinand/jacqueline_ver2_tab.htm


 

If you want to learn Franz Ferdinand Jacqueline 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 lack tiny adjustments.
Every of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the easier guitar will feel to play Jacqueline. Guitar is tough to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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