I’m Feeling You played in guitar can be one of the best song you loved. Not only enjoying the song but you can play “I’m Feeling You by Santana” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you need to understand its guitar chords.

If you are looking for I’m Feeling You guitar chords, you have come to the best site.

Yups, guitar is not easy to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play I’m Feeling You song.

“I’m Feeling You” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Other Songs” album.

I’m Feeling You by Santana Guitar Chords

Santana featuring The Wreckers (Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp) from the
2005 release, “All That I Am”. Although I have seen Michelle Branch play
this with a capo on 1st fret… to ME, the album version sounds like it was
recorded half-step down with these chords below… I could be completely
wrong as I have not done a tab in ages but this sounds the most correct to
me when I play on my acoustic in half-step down tuning. I didn’t tab the guitar
solo because it’s pretty easy to figure and not long enough to bother, but if you
email me enough I can probably post a lesson….

Thanks for looking. –Medalion ([email protected])

[E]Some…t[Asus2]imes I
[E]imagine a world [Asus2]without you
[E]But most [Asus2]times I’m just so [E]happy that I ever [Asus2]found you It’s a
[C#m]complicated [Asus2]web That you
[C#m]weave inside my [Asus2]head So much
[C#m]pleasure with such [Asus2]pain I hope we
[B]always always [B]stay the same

[E]I’m feeling the[F#m] way you cross my [Asus2]mind
And you [B]save me in the knick of [E]time
I’m riding the [F#m]highs, I’m digging the [Asus2]lows
‘Cause at [B]least I feel a-[F#m]live
[F#m]I’ve never [Asus2]faced so [F#m]many emotional [Asus2]days
But [E]my, life is [Asus2]good
I’m Feeling [E]You[Asus2]
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If you wanna be master of Santana I’m Feeling You guitar chords, you should to understand 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 only lack tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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