Port of Souls in guitar acoustic version can be one of the perfect music you liked. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Port of Souls by The Gun Club” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

When you are looking for Port of Souls guitar chords, you have visit to the perfect website.

Yups, guitar is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play the song.

“Port of Souls” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Mother Juno (1987)” album.

Port of Souls by The Gun Club Guitar Chords


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PORT OF SOULS ‘ Gun Club


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Tuning: Standard

Port of Souls is one of my favourite ‘late era’ Gun Club songs. It’s pretty
straightforward too! It’s easiest to play all the rhythm guitar using a standard e-
major shape barre-chord.
I’ve lifted the lyrics from Jeffrey-Lee’s autobiography ‘Go Tell the Mountain’.

Intro:


e|-0-0-0--0-0--0-0--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0--0----0----0---------------------------------------------------------|
G|-1-----------------X2---------------------------------------------------|
D|-2----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-2----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-0----------------------------------------------------------------------|

[A] Run Molly [E]run, [G] your hills are on [E]fire

[A] Why don’t yo[E]u go downtow[G]n, and get it on th[E]e wire?

Bridge: BB, F#F#, G#G#

[A] Now, [E]easy street,[G] can sure get you [E]laid

[A] Doesn’t matte[E]r what you’ve d[G]one, and you [E]get paid

EE, EE E B C#
In the Port of Souls

[A]In the Port of [E]So[B]ul[C#C#]s[B][AAA]

Lead break over chorus:

Rhythm gtr: E E E A A A E E E C# A E


e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------7'----------------7-----------------7'--------------------------|
D|----7-9---------------7-9---7-7-7-------7-9---------------7----------7--|
A|7-9-------7-7-7---7-9---------------7-9-------7-7-7---7-9---9-7-6------7|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------9----|

[B] [C#A] [E] [B] [A]


e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------7---9-7---------------------------------------------------------|
A|7-7-6-----7-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------9-----------------------------------------------------------------|

The above fits over these lines:

Too much ocea[EEE]n, too much se[AAA]a

It is no wond[EEE]er that you buried m[C#]e[A][E]

B C# A E B A (Hold ‘A’ into next verse)
But its alright

[A] Rose Connally[E] [G]don’t go in th[E]e field

[A] You might find something [E]underneath,[G] underneath what is [E]real

Bridge: BB, F#F#, G#G#

[A] Now stop pulling an eyelash, only you that I hav[E]e[G][E]

[A] And it makes me so [E]tired,[G] and this could be the [E]end

Repeat chorus

There’s a bunch of feedback and stuff for half a verse, then?
Last half-verse:

[A] Now don’t call Joh[E]n Henr[G]y, just kiss him go[E]odbye

[A] It don’t matter[E] anywa[G]y, so simply[E] goodbye

Repeat chorus

Second part of chorus repeats several times with different lyrics:

[1]I didn’t get lonely dear,
I didn’t have a chance to see, but its alright

[2]You don’t have to say goodbye
No! no
But its alright

And different lead breaks:

Rhythm gtr: E E E A A A E E E


e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|b10-10-8------------b10-10-8---8-10-10-10'-b10-10-8--------------7-10-7-|
G|---------9-7-9-9-9-----------9----------------------9-7-9-9-9--9--------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

[C#] [A] [E] [C#] [A] [E] [B] [A]


e|------------------------7-----------------------------------------------|
B|------10-----------10-----10--------------------------------------------|
G|9-8-6----9-9-9-8-6----9-------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

b bend

Last time round he’s just throttling the life out of the b string on the 16th fret
with lots of bend!

There we are then! Enjoy!
Cheers
Jay
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If you wanna learn The Gun Club Port of Souls guitar chords, you need to look at 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 require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart.

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