Guitar chords with lyrics
Bob plays it with a capo behind the 7th fret but it sounds good in any key. Chords used are (G+G)(C majorC)(D MajorD) 3 O 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 3 X 3 X X
G+G C majorC D MajorD G+G How many roads must a man walk down, Before you C majorC G+G G+G C majorC D MajorD call him a man, How many Seas must a white dove G+G C majorC D MajorD G+G sail before she sleeps in the sand, Yes and how C majorC D MajorD G+G many times must the cannoballs fly before they’re C majorC G+G forever banned, chorus. C majorC D MajorD G+G C majorC The answer my friend is blowin in the wind D MajorD G+G The answer is blowin in the wind Harmonica refrain:C D MajorD G+G C majorC D MajorD G+G G+G C majorC D MajorD G+G Yes and how many years can a mountian exist C majorC G+G G+G befroe it is washed to the sea, Yes and how C majorC D MajorD G+G many years can some people exist before C majorC D MajorD G+G they,er allowed to be free, Yes and how many C majorC D MajorD G+G times can a man turn his head and pretend C majorC G+G that he just doesnt see chorus w/harmonica refrain G+G C majorC D MajorD G+G Yes and how many time must a man look up C majorC G+G G+G before he can see the sky, Yes and how C majorC D MajorD G+G many ears must one man have befor he can C majorC D MajorD G+G C majorC hear people cry, yes and how many deaths will D MajorD G+G C majorC it take til he knows that too many people have G+G have died chorus w/harmonica refrain
Blowin In The Wind chords
Blowin' in the Wind is one of the oldest Bob Dylan songs and with no doubt one of the most popular. Released in 1963 it is still one of the first song many guitar players learn when they pick up the guitar. Learn this Bob Dylan classic with these Blowin' in the Wind guitar chords.
The folk tune has been called a protest song and was used during the 1960s civil rights movement. The lyrics are still up to date and you may put whatever you like into them.