Gold played in guitar can be one of your favourite song. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Gold by Peter Blegvad” using guitar too. Yeah .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

Whether you are searching for Gold guitar chords, you just come to the right web site.

Yups, guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the simple guitar will feel to play Gold song.

“Gold” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “” album.

Gold by Peter Blegvad Guitar Chords

Played slowly

Intro:
[D] [G/B] [D]
D D/F# G(add?7)
Gold would be worthless if it didn?t require
Such [Em7]heartbreak to seek it
To [A7sus4]find it and m[A7]ine it
D D/F# G(add?7)
Things remain precious as long as they?re rare
If [Em7]gold could be found lying [A7sus4]?round every[A7]where
It?d be the [D]low[Em7]liest of [G]metals[A]
[D]Too soft for serious [Asus2]use[A]
[Bm7]Pretty of [Em7/B]course
And [D/F#]warm to the [Bb6]touch
But no [Em7]longer alluring
When you?ve [A7sus4]handled so m[A7]uch
[D]The [Em7]lowliest of [G]metals[A][D][G/B][D]

[Am]Will you come with me through the [G]ice and the snow
She [Em7]thought for a minute
Then [A7sus4]she said let?s [A7]go
[D]I rode [D/F#]behind her
G(add?7)
And she rode ahead
And [Em7]all through that winter
I?d [A7sus4]lose her and [A7]find her
Our [D]rations ran out
Our [F#]horses were dead
She [G]forgot what gold was and I [E]had to remind her

[D]The [Em7]lowliest of [G]metals[A]
[D]Too soft for serious [Asus2]use[A]
[Bm7]Pretty of [Em7/B]course
And [D/F#]warm to the [Bb6]touch
But no [Em7]longer alluring
When you?ve [A7sus4]handled so m[A7]uch
[D]The [Em7]lowliest of [G]metals[A][D][G/B][D]

D D/F# G(add?7)
In a prospector?s shack she lay out of her mind
[Em7]Describing how simple g[A7sus4]old is to f[A7]ind
Just [Am]under the surface
[G]In zig-zagging veins
It [Bb6]lies there like branches of m[E]idsummer lightning
D D/F# G(add?7)
You just open a hole in the crust of the plains
She said [Em7]you reach in and it?s [A7sus4]there for the [A7]taking
[D] [Em7] [G] [A] [D] [G/B] [D]
D D/F# G(add?7)
Snow blind and starving I sat by her side
[Em7]As the fever raged in her
And the[A7sus4] storm raged[A7] outside
She said [D]now we are rich
I [F#]told her the truth
All the [Bm]gold we had found could [E]not crown a tooth
D D/F# G(add?7)
She said these things I know without being told
We are [E]rich in each other
Now [Bb6]what good is gold

[D]It?s the low[Em7]liest of[G] me[A]ta[D]ls[G/B][D]

D D/F# G(add?7)
Well sometimes I dream that the world is reversed
I [Em7]dream that accountants are[A7sus4] rarer than[A7] poets
That [D]things?ll get [D/F#]better
They can?t [G]get any worse
That a [Em7]rich man has nothing but [Bb6]dirt in his purse

And gold is the [D]low[Em7]est of [G]metals[A]
[D]Too soft for serious [Asus2]use[A]
[Bm7]Pretty of [Em7/B]course
And [D/F#]warm to the [Bb6]touch
But no [Em7]longer alluring
When you?ve [A7sus4]handled so m[A7]uch
The [D]low[Em7]liest of [G]metals[A]
The [D]low[Em7]liest of [G]metals[A]
The [D]low[Em7]liest of [G]metals[A][D][G/B][D]

This song is deceptively simple, as each verse has variations. On “King Strut”, it is
played with a capo. On “Choices Under Pressure” there is no capo, and a chorus is omitted.

Some chords

Bm7 Em7/B D/F# Bb6 G(add?7)
E 0 0 0 0 0
[B]G [3]2 [2]0 [3]2 [3]0 [3]0
D 0 0 0 0 4
A 2 2 0 1 2
E x x 2 x 3
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If you want to study Peter Blegvad Gold guitar chords, you need to learn the 5 major chords, 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 few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart.

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