Staring at a Bird played in guitar can be one of your favourite song. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Staring at a Bird by The Waiting” using guitar too. Yup .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you need to understand its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play the music.

“Staring at a Bird” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “” album.

Staring at a Bird by The Waiting Guitar Chords

The Waiting (Blue Belly Sky)
1995 somethingorother music, R.E.X. Records
This song was transcribed and tablaturized by:
gregg r. powers ([email protected])
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(the trick is to hit the quick little chord transitions)

the easy and recurring solo: (denoted in song as

e:———————————————
B:–0-1—3—1—–0-1—3—1—–3-5—3–0-
G:———————————————

1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 2 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 3 & 2 & 3 & 4 &

e:——————
B:—-0-1—0h1r—-
G:————–2-0-

4 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1

chords:[G]:320033 [C]:032033 [D]:[D]-[Dsus4]-[D]-[Dsus4]

[G]-[C] [D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]
[G]-[C][D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]

[G]-[C]i’m here staring at [D]a [G]bird in a tree
[C]-[D] lying still only [G]wish[C]ing he was me
’cause for [G]a [C]bird it’s not a crime
[D]to [G]try and satisfy his [C]b[D]ird belly hunger
or fly [G]the [C]blue belly sky

[G]and [C]from his bird’s eye view
he [D]can [G]pick and he can choose
he does[C]n’t [D]have to grieve his spirit
[G]though [C]he doesn’t have to lose
a moment’s [G]joy [C]there in his nest
[D]no [G]matter what his mess,
he [C]can [D]barrel out his chest
and [C]he can fly a[D]way

but [C]i’m pinned down in my [D]-[G]bed again,
i[C] don’t think i can [D]fly (i wouldn’t try)
if [C]i was a bird, i would [D]-[G]be content
to [C]peck along the [D]ground ’cause
[C]i’m pinned down a[G]gain[C]
(solo starts)[D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]

[G]-[C]i’m here staring at [D]a [G]bird on a limb
[C]-[D]lying still, only [G]wish[C]ing i was him
’cause [G]-[C]i can use a haven, [D]a [G]nest above my fate
call [C]it [D]rest from the chasing of
[G]my [C]pillow and my plate

and for [G]a [C]bird it’s always right
[D]to [G]love his appetite
he’s too [C]du[D]mb to know the struggle,
too [G]we[C]ak to know the fight
he can [G]fly C]south when it gets cold,
[D]-[G]sing until he’s old
and on [C]a [D]whim he can unfold
[C]his wings and fly a[D]way, hey-heh-yea

but [C]i’m pinned down in my [G]bed again,
i[C] don’t think i can [D]fly (i wouldn’t try)
if [C]i was a bird i would [G]be content
to [C]peck along the [D]ground ’cause
[C]i’m pinned down a[D]gain
yeah, [C]i’m pinned down a[D]gain
yeah, [C]i’m pinned [A]down a[G]gain

[G]-[C] [D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]
[G]-[C][D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]

(softer)
[C]i’m here staring at a bird[G] in the air
[D]i wonder what i’d see if [C]i looked down from there
i’d see[C] a shattered temple,
all it’s mem[G]bers in a sweat
everyone[D] has been degraded,
e[C]very sermon [G]-[C] they for[D]get[G]
[C]-[D] [G]-[C]

i’d see a [G]-[C]man pulled from his bed
by the [D]sa[G]me Hands of love
that hung [C]a [D]cross around his neck
just to [C]remind him, [C] remind him, who he wa[D]

[G]-[C] [D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]
[G]-[C] [D]-[G] [C]-[D] [G]-[C]

ooh, when [G]-[C]i’m pinned down in my [D]-[G]bed again,
i[C] don’t think i can [D]fly (i wouldn’t try)
[G]if [C]i was a bird i would [G]be content
to [C]peck along the [D]ground and [C]be pinned down
yeah, when [G]-[C]i’m pinned down in my [D]-[G]bed again,
i[C] don’t think i can [D]fly (i don’t wanna try)
if [C]i was a bird i would [G]be content
to [C]peck along the [D]ground and [C]be pinned down
yeah, when [G]-[C]i’m pinned down in my [D]-[G]bed again,
i[C] don’t think i can [D]fly (i don’t wanna try)
if [C]i was a bird i would [G]be content
to [C]peck along the [D]ground and [G]be pinned down again

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Dsus2:x00230 Am7:x02010 G:320033
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If you wanna be master of The Waiting Staring at a Bird 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 take all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart.

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