Guitar chords with lyrics
Stairway to Heaven By: Led Zeppelin For Rhythm Guitar Tabbed by: Electric Church Intro: Guitar and/or keyboard/flute CC DD FF AmAm CC GG AmAm
Verse 1: CC DD There’s a lady who’s sure, FF AmAm All that glitters is gold. CC GG AmAm And she’s buying a Stairway to Heaven. CC DD When she gets there she knows, FF AmAm If the stores are all closed, CC GG AmAm With a word she can get what she came for. CC GG AmAm And she’s buying a Stairway to Heaven. Little part between verses: CC DD FF AmAm CC GG AmAm Verse 2: CC DD There’s a sign on the wall, FF AmAm But she wants to be sure. CC GG AmAm ’Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings. CC DD In a tree by the brook, FF AmAm There’s a songbird who sings, CC GG AmAm Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven.
Bridge 1: Am7Am7/GG Am7Am7 DD/EE DD And it makes me wonder... Am7Am7/GG Am7Am7 EmEm-DD-CC-DD And it makes me wonder... Verse 3: CC Am7Am7 There’s a feeling I get, AmAm When I look to the West. CC GG AmAm And my spirit is crying for leaving. CC Am7Am7 In my thoughts I have seen, AmAm Rings of smoke through the trees, CC GG AmAm And the voices of those who stand looking. Bridge 1 Verse 4: CC Am7Am7 And it’s whispered that soon, AmAm If we all call the tune, CC GG AmAm Then the piper will lead us to reason. CC Am7Am7 And a new day will dawn, AmAm For those who stand long, CC GG AmAm And the forests will echo with laughter. Bridge 2: DD/GG DD C9C9 DD/GG DD C9C9 Solo: Over chords: AmAm GG FF GG Ad lib Verse 5: AmAm GG FF GG And as we wind on down the road, AmAm GG FF GG Our shadows taller than our souls, AmAm GG FF GG There walks a lady we all know, AmAm GG FF GG Who shines white light and wants to show, AmAm GG FF GG How everything still turns to gold. AmAm GG FF GG And if you listen very hard, AmAm GG FF GG The tune will come to you at last. AmAm GG FF To be a rock and not a roll. N.C. And she’s buying a Stairway to Heaven. Little "finishing-touch" solo NOTE: These are not the same chords a single guitarist will be playing. This was all done using the harmonics of each chord. So if someone tells you, "You’re playing it wrong," tell them to play along and it will match. I promise. That should just about do it. If you’re a rhythm player and you don’t wanna be left out when the band starts playing this song, then this is for you. I didn’t tab the solos because I play lead guitar and I wouldn’t want anybody just copying my solos. It’s not fair to take those from Jimmy Page. They’re a part of him and he’s a part of them. So I’ll leave that to the imagination (after all, it’s always improvised anyway). Questions, comments, prayer requests, snide remarks? (ha, ha) EE-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org