Nothing Much to Lose by My Bloody Valentine Guitar Chords

When you looking for Nothing Much to Lose guitar chords, you just visit to the right site.
You can play Nothing Much to Lose by My Bloody Valentine using guitar or guitar.
This song by My Bloody Valentine can also be played by that instruments.
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Nothing Much to Lose guitar chords has rhythm and included in Isn’t Anything (1988) album.
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Nothing Much to Lose by My Bloody Valentine Guitar Chords


My Bloody Valentine – Nothing Much to Lose (Chords)

NOTE: The intro/bridge is in 3/4 time,
while the verse and chorus are in 4/4.
The outro’s time signature is explained below.

INTRO:
G E C A (repeat x4)

TRANSITION TO VERSE 1:
Keep strumming the A chord.

VERSE 1:
Your soft hand
But I don’t understand
Your big brown eyes
With a small small heart

CHORUS 1:
I’ll come down, down, down
Oh, you don’t know what you found
Don’t, don’t walk walk walk away

VERSE 2:
Take me
I will remember you
Long dark hair
Nothing much to lose

CHORUS 2:
Help you crawl crawl crawl
Oh, I wanna see it all
Eyes asked why why why, too late

BRIDGE:
G E C A (repeat x4)

TRANSITION TO VERSE 3:
Keep strumming the A chord.

VERSE 3:
Please you
Oh, I know what to do
A soft salt taste
Do you see me as a fool?

CHORUS 3:
Can I look look look
Oh, the things you took
Eyes asked why why why, too late
I’ll come down, down, down
Oh, you don’t know what you found
Don’t, don’t walk walk walk away

OUTRO:
G E C A (repeat x12)

NOTE: The first 4 times you play this
chord progression, the song is in 3/4 time.
The next 8 times you play it, the song is
in 4/4 time. Listen to the drums to hear when
it changes.

And that’s it! Feel free to leave any questions/comments.


 

If you want to learn My Bloody Valentine Nothing Much to Lose 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.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the easier guitar will feel to play Nothing Much to Lose. Guitar is hard to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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