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c four_major. This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. 2. /* TFP - E-chords - Below */ That is how is should be played but I will show it my way first.

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Workin' and practicin' G F C all of the night moves, F C F Night Moves Oh. One for the verse and one for the chorus. f flat_seven_major. There are a couple of strumming patterns. Workin' and practicin' G F C all of the night moves, F C F Night Moves Oh.

G F C F I remember, yeah, yeah, yeah, I remember Ooh. For now just do down strokes and I will update on how to do it the original way. Strumming: Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band - Night Moves (chords) New Feature: You can correct strumming pattern in tab, add new or correct current and submit changes.

c four_major. Won’t sound exactly light the song, but it will work. F C F G I remember, I remember, I remember, I remember Oh, oh, Oh Keep it workin', F C F workin' and practicin'. – Night Moves tab ver. Cool little song with a cool little groove. Click on the Facebook icon to join Lauren's Beginner Guitar Lesson Facebook Group where you can ask questions and interact with Lauren and her staff live on Facebook. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research. Night Moves Chord Chart. document.write('

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There are a couple of strumming patterns. Year: 1989 - Intro: |G F| |C F| |G F| |C F| Verse

G F C F I remember, yeah, yeah, yeah, I remember Ooh. For now just do down strokes and I will update on how to do it the original way.

g one_major. Fast!!!! c four_major. Verse Strumming: Hopped G F 1 + a 2 + a 3 + a 4 e + a D UD UD U DU DU Chorus: Not hopped C D 1 2 3 + 4 + D D D U D U. g one_major. F C F G I remember, I remember, I remember, I remember Oh, oh, Oh Keep it workin', F C F workin' and practicin'. Strumming Pattern: DDU DDU (down, downslap, up, down, downslap, up) That is how is should be played but I will show it my way first. G F C I remember, Lord, I remember, Lord, I remember, Oh Em Ooooooooooh Bm Oh Yeah Am Uh huh C Uh huh G I remember, I remember. I would highly recommend working on your chord switches between F and C and F and G because you will be hopping the rhythm in the song. G F C I remember, Lord, I remember, Lord, I remember, Oh Em Ooooooooooh Bm Oh Yeah Am Uh huh C Uh huh G I remember, I remember. One for the verse and one for the chorus.Verse Strumming: HoppedG F1 + a 2 + a 3 + a 4 e + aD  UD UD  U DU DU Chorus: Not hoppedC D1 2 3 + 4 +D D D U D U, Verse|G                                                     F|   I was a little too tall, coulda' used a few pounds|C                                     F|   Tight pants, points, hardly renown|G                                                   F|   She was a black haired beauty with big dark eyes|C                                             F| |G  F| |C                        F|   And points all her own sittin' way up high             way up firm and high|G                                                     F|   Out past the cornfields, where the woods got heavy |C                                        F|   Out in the backseat of my sixty Chevy|G                                        F|   C      Workin on mysteries without any clues, Chorus                                              |  C        D|     | Em           D|     Working on our night moves |C             D |       |  Em             D|   |   C    Tryin' to make some front page drive-in news D| |Em D| C   Workin' on our night moves  |G F||C F| in the summertime hmm|G                          F|  |C  F|   In the sweet, summertime, Verse|G                                         F|   We weren't in love, oh no, far from it|C                                                      F|   We weren't searching for some high in the sky summit|G                                            F| |C                     F|   We were just young and restless and bored       living by the sword|G                                            F|   And we'd steal away every chance we could |C                                               F|   To the back room, alley, or the trusty woods|G                                                F| C   I used her, she used me but neither one cared      we were getting our share, Chorus                                              |  C        D|     | Em           D|     Working on our night moves  |C D|        | Em D | | C   Tryin' to lose the awkward teenage blues D| |Em D| C   Workin' on our night moves  |G F||C F| in the summertime hmm|G                          F|  |C  F|   In the sweet, summertime, Interlude:1 2 3 4 1 2 3 + 4 + Em (hold)   Em D  | G (hold)  G (hold), BridgeCmaj7x2   Gx2   Cmaj7x2    Oh    I wonder         felt the lightening yeah Fx2                           Dx2                       G (hold)   And waited on the thunder   waited on the thunder G (hold)   I woke last night to the sound of thunderCmaj7 (hold)     How far off I sat and wondered G  (hold)   Started humming a song from 1962Cmaj7 (hold)                                        Ain't it funny how the night moves Em (hold)                                 We just don't seem to have as much to lose Cmaj7 (hold)          Em  (hold)   Strange how the night moves     Cmaj7 (hold)                G (hold)           With autumn closing in                  Verse Rhythm out following|G F| |C F| progression many times Emx2           Bmx2                    Am          C  Oooo hooo    oh yeah, yeah, yeah     uh huh,   uh huh G                 G (hold)   I remember, I remember. -----------3----2----2----3--------------|, -2----2----3----3----3----3----2---------|, -2----2---------2----2---------2---------|, -2----2------------------------2---------|, -----------2--------------2--------------|, -----------3--------------3--------------|. This is. artist: "Bob Seger", Bob Seger. night moves c four_major. Album: Bob Seger - Greatest Hits. just to give you an idea of how the song goes. F D G And we waited on the thunder, waited on the thunder G I woke last night to the sound of thunder Cmaj7 "How far off" I sat and wondered, G started humming a song from 1962 Cmaj7 Em Ain't it funny how the night moves C Em C We just don't seem to have as much to lose Em Strange how the night moves C Cmaj7 G with autumn closing in G F C F night moves..........night moves........ (repete e … f flat_seven_major. (function() { Lauren, there’s and easier F right?Yep, for those of your not up to the full barre chord yet, we can use the trusty old Fmaj7 chord below. Strumming Pattern: DDU DDU(down, downslap, up, down, downslap, up). Do 4 down strokes, then three again and stroke G once then 4 down strokes for D then 3. again and once again for G then back to A and restart the chords. g one_major. c four_major. c …