Blue Dahlia in guitar acoustic version maybe one of the perfect music you liked. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “Blue Dahlia by The Gaslight Anthem” using guitar too. Yeah .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

If you are looking for Blue Dahlia guitar chords, you already visit to the perfect page.

Yups, guitar is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play that song.

“Blue Dahlia” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Other Songs” album.

Blue Dahlia by The Gaslight Anthem Guitar Chords


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Blue Dahlia – The Gaslight Anthem – Handwritten Deluxe Version
Full step down tuning (DGCFAd) with CAPO 1ST FRET
Transcribed by Jack Cookson (Torn_Asunder)


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Assuming that Brian plays this in full step down, this is how to play
the basic chords of an amazing new Gaslight song! Just so you know, this song
is in Eb, but in the verses goes to the parallel minor so that explains
the many chords below.


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Chords used (not relative to capo/tuning):

Intro/Chorus/Bridge: Verses:

E (022100) Em7 (022033)
B (x24442) G (320033)
A (x02220) Cadd9 (x32033)
G#/E (4×2400) D (x00232)
C#m (x46654)


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Intro:
E, B, E, B, G#/E, A x3
E, B, E, B, G#/E, A,
B – key change…

Verse one:
What a [Em7]hot and sultry summer,
The steam just [Cadd9]slides up off them streets
You [G]got to stay inside and wait for the night,
And then [D]come on over and see me
There’s a [Em7]poetry about these streets,
It just s[Cadd9]lips from your skin and goes right underneath
And m[G]ama always knew I’d meet a girl like you,
But [D]me, I never believed
[Em7] [D] [Cadd9]
C[D]uz I’ve been so lonely I can’t imagine that kind of sympathy
Cuz I’ve been[Em7] so lonely I [D]can’t imagine that kind of [Cadd9]sympathy

Chorus – back into major:
Where’d you get them s[E]cars?
How blue is [C#m]your heart?
Is it [A]sad enough to break?
She said, “it’s s[E]ad enough to b[B]reak”
How long was your[E] life?
Was it c[C#m]old and strange like mine?
Are you m[A]an enough to lay here?
She said, “I’m m[E]an enough my b[B]aby, come see about [E]me”

Interlude: E, B, E, B, G#/E, A,

E, B, E, B, G#/E, A,
B – key change…

Verse two:
I had a d[Em7]ream about you once, and I could [Cadd9]barely see your form
And I m[G]et you between the wax and the needle,
In the w[D]ords of my favorite song
Your b[Em7]lack hair was like a raven with your [Cadd9]tan skin on the beach
Your b[G]ackdrop were the auroras and my si[D]dekick was all this grief
I’ve been[Em7] so low down, I’m alm[D]ost level with the gr[Cadd9]ound

Chorus – back into major:
Where’d you get them s[E]cars?
How blue is [C#m]your heart?
Is it [A]sad enough to break?
She said, “it’s s[E]ad enough to b[B]reak”
How long was your[E] life?
Was it c[C#m]old and strange like mine?
Are you m[A]an enough to lay here?
She said, “I’m m[E]an enough my b[B]aby, come see about [E]me”

Interlude (plucked): E, C#m, B x2

Bridge:
Did they [E]take you to the carnival to get l[C#m]ocked up on a [B]ride?
[E]Me, I got caught up with the fortune tellers
And the la[C#m]dies with the sleepy [A]eyes
It took y[A]ears my baby ju[B]st to come clean,
Every st[C#m]reetlight a reminder[A]
And [B]all those ap[C#m]ologies
And the n[A]ight was l[B]onely next to[C#m] me
Even the [A]night was [B]lonely next to [E]me

Final chorus:
Where’d you get them s[E]cars?
How blue is [C#m]your heart?
Is it [A]sad enough to break?
She said, “it’s s[E]ad enough to b[B]reak”
How long was your[E] life?
Was it c[C#m]old and strange like mine?
Are you m[A]an enough to lay here?
She said, “I’m m[E]an enough my b[B]aby, come see about [E]me[C#m]

Outro:
Come see ab[A]out me, ah-a[E]h[B]
Come see [C#m]about me,[A]
Come see a[E]bout me,[B]
Come see a[C#m]bout me, ah-[A]ah
Come see ab[E]out me, ah-[B]ah
Whenever you’re l[E]onely
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If you wanna study The Gaslight Anthem Blue Dahlia guitar chords, you should to understand the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only lack few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is quite based on its major counterpart.

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