Bulletproof by Rilo Kiley Guitar Chords

When you looking for Bulletproof guitar chords, you just come to the perfect place.
You can play Bulletproof by Rilo Kiley using guitar or guitar.
This song by Rilo Kiley can also be played by that equipment.

Bulletproof guitar chords has swing and included in Take Offs and Landings (2001) album.
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Bulletproof by Rilo Kiley Guitar Chords


Tabbed by: Fantasy Paradox
No capo
Play fingerstyle. Similar to picking pattern of Astair by Matt Costa Mostly just listen.
are too many variations to tab it out.
Chord bank at bottom

Intro: Something like this:

If you think you’re [G/b]bulletproof, you’re right
Because you’ve weathered all my slings and arrows, well.
If you think I’m p[G/b]aranoid thats fine,
Cause I’ve got evidence on my side.
If you wanna [G/b]come over tonight, thats fine
Because I have no plans.

Please be kind, don’t drop a rock on me.


How many blows to the belly will this thing take
We refer to as our true love?
We both know it’s dead and its been dying for some time
But we refuse to let it go.

Please be kind, don’t drop a rock on me
Don’t go outside
And discover that you [C/B]like being free
Cause if you did
You’d be dropping the rock on me.

There are embelishments all over the place, they involve some pretty simple hammerons on
higher strings.
Theres too much variation to tab it all out, so that’s the basis, and have fun.

ANY SUGGESTIONS: Comment. I’m not so sure about the G/b in the verse or the C/b in the
but there ya go.


C: x32010
G/b: x2003(3) you can mute out the high e string if you want.
A: x02220
Dm: x00231
G: 320033
F: 133211
Am: x02210

NOTE: during the verse there’s a walkdown thing during the A chord. I figured it was
easy and sounded cool, so here it is:

e |-0-3-1-1——–|
B |-2-2-0-3——–|
G |-2—0-2——–|
D |-2—–0——–|
A |-0————–|
E |—————-|

Its not timed right there, but it goes along with the melody.

Have fun.


If you want to study Rilo Kiley Bulletproof 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 absolutely based on its major counterpart

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

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