Waves on the Ocean played in guitar may be one of the best song you liked. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “Waves on the Ocean by Robert Earl Keen” using guitar too. Yup .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

If you are searching for Waves on the Ocean guitar chords, you’ve visit to the right web site.

Yes, guitar is hard to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play that music.

“Waves on the Ocean” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Ready for Confetti (2011)” album.

Waves on the Ocean by Robert Earl Keen Guitar Chords

Transcribed by ShelleyMaui

There’s a day of reckoning [C#m] coming
In my [G#m] heart I know youre [C#m] gonna go
[A] I’ll believe it when [B] I see it
[A] When I see it [B] I’ll know

[E] When the rain falls, [B] when the sun sets
[C#m] When the mountains tumble [A] to the sea
When the [E] waves on the ocean wave [B] bye-bye baby bye [C#m]-bye [A]
The [E] waves on the wave [B] bye-bye baby bye [E]-bye [B]

[E] I don’t need you to paint me [C#m] a picture
I don’t [G#m] need for you to write me [C#m] a song
[A] It’s written on every [B] inch of you
[A] Only a matter, girl, of [B] when you’ll be gone

[E] When the rain falls, [B] when the sun sets
[C#m] When the mountains tumble [A] to the sea
When the [E] waves on the ocean wave [B] bye-bye baby bye [C#m]-bye [A]
The [E] waves on the wave [B] bye-bye baby bye [E]-bye

[A]You know how I feel [B]about it
[C#m] How I feel won’t keep [B] you here

[E] When the rain falls, [B] when the sun sets
[C#m] When the mountains tumble [A] to the sea
The [E] waves on the wave [B] bye-bye baby bye [E]-bye
Repeat 3X fade out

Verses: Chords 2X (Full measure)
Chorus: Chords1X (Half measure)
Reggae beat
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If you wanna learn Robert Earl Keen Waves on the Ocean 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 tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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