All the good times are past and gone chords
- All The Good Times are Past and Gone [C]
- Bluegrass Lyrics and Chords
- Seat-of-the-Pants-Music-Theory: What are the three chords most commonly used in a key?
All The Good Times are Past and Gone [C]
Autoharp: All The Good Times Are Past And Gone (Including lyrics and chords)and
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Bluegrass Lyrics and Chords
This is a perfect example of tasteful waltz playing in the lower register of the banjo. Scruggs uses hammer-ons, slides, and pull-offs to create a fun, yet difficult arrangement of All the Good Times are Past and Gone.
Seat-of-the-Pants-Music-Theory: What are the three chords most commonly used in a key?
See that east bound passenger train Coming around the bend It's taking away my own true love To never return again. All the good time are past and gone All the good times are o'er All the good times have past and gone Little darling don't you weep no more. I wish dear Lord I'd never been born Or died when I was young I never would've seen those two brown eyes Or heard your lying tongue. All the good time are past and gone All the good times are o'er All the good times have past and gone Little darling don't you weep no mor. See that lonesome turtle dove Flying from pine to pine He's mourning for his own true love Just like I mourn for mine.
Bill Hynson: All the Good Times Are Past & Gone
At the simplest level, I view music as a sequence of notes called the melody played or sung in the context of a particular sequence of chords. The same is true for the chord sequence used as context for the melody. For those of you with some musical experience, you have probably already discovered that a simple song in the key of G will probably use G chords, C chords, and D chords. Other chords may be used but the most common ones in the key of G will be G, C, and D. The best reason I can offer as to why these are the three chords most commonly used is that those particular chords just sound good to the human ear.
Dublin Town, Dublin Town lights come up ,sun goes down. Shadows are dancing round and round with all the lights of Dublin town. Dublin Town Dublin Town my head is spinning round and round. Staggering up, staggering down through the lights of Dublin town. All the lights of Dublin town they sparkle like the stars. Reflecting off the Liffey as I wonder where you are. And the lights of Dublin town that sparkle like the stars.