Sittin’ Pretty played in guitar might be one of your liked song. Not only enjoying the song but you can play “Sittin’ Pretty by Brendan Benson” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you need to understand its guitar chords.

If you are looking for Sittin’ Pretty guitar chords, you have visit to the best place.

Yeah,Ya, guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play that song.

“Sittin’ Pretty” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “One Mississippi (1996)” album.

Sittin’ Pretty by Brendan Benson Guitar Chords

Sittin’ Pretty
Brendan Benson
from: One Mississippi

Verse 1
[Am]if i [F]point my gun at yo[C]u
[Am]are y[F]ou gonna see it my[C] way?
[Am]and i[F]f i tell you what [C]to do
[Am]i thi[F]nk we can make it [C]work this way

Bridge
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana

Verse 2
[Am]if yo[F]u run from me i kn[C]ow
[Am]i’ll [F]find you and god h[C]elp you
[Am]she j[F]ust waits for me a[C]t home
[Am]i’m g[F]oing down i’m taki[C]ng you

Chorus
[F]my baby is [G]tied to a c[Bb]hair[F]
[C]don’t she l[G]ook pretty [Bb]just si[F]tting there
[F]my baby is [G]tied to a c[Bb]hair[F]
[C]don’t she l[G]ook pretty [Bb]just si[F]tting there

Bridge
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana

Verse 3
[Am]and i[F]f she wants some a[C]ir she tells me
[Am]and i[F]f she wants some l[C]ove i kiss her
[Am]and w[F]hen i’m close you [C]know she can smell me
[Am]and w[F]hen i’m gone i’ll [C]surely miss her

Chorus
[F]my baby is [G]tied to a c[Bb]hair[F]
[C]don’t she l[G]ook pretty [Bb]just si[F]tting there
[F]my baby is [G]tied to a c[Bb]hair[F]
[C]don’t she l[G]ook pretty [Bb]just si[F]tting there

Bridge
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana
[Am]ah-ah [G]ah-ah [C]nananana

Bridge Out.
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If you want to be master of Brendan Benson Sittin’ Pretty guitar chords, you have 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 minors of any of these chords just lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart.

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