Summer of ’69
Summer of ’69: Chords
Principiante o Intermedio? Scopri i nostri Corsi di Chitarra per tutti i livelliRE LA I got my first real six-string RE Bought it at the five-and-dime LA Played it 'til my fingers bled RE Was the summer of '69 LA Me and some guys from school RE Had a band and we tried real hard LA Jimmy quit, Jody got married I should've known we'd never get far SIm LA Oh, when I look back now RE SOL That summer seemed to last forever SIm LA And if I had the choice RE SOL Yeah, I'd always wanna be there SIm LA RE LA Those were the best days of my life RE LA Ain't no use in complainin' RE When you've got a job to do Spent my evenings down at the drive-in LA And that's when I met you, yeah SIm LA Standin' on your mama's porch RE SOL You told me that you'd wait forever SIm LA Oh, and when you held my hand RE SOL I knew that it was now or never SIm LA RE Those were the best days of my life LA Oh, yeah RE LA Back in the summer of '69, ohFA SIb Man we were killin' time DO We were young and restless SIb/RE FA We needed to unwind SIb DO I guess nothin' can last forever, forever, no!RE LA RE LA ...yeah! RE And now the times are changin' LA Look at everything that's come and gone RE Sometimes when I play that old six-string LA I think about you, wonder what went wrong SIm LA Standin' on your mama's porch RE SOL You told me that it'd last forever SIm LA Oh, and when you held my hand RE SOL I knew that it was now or never SIm LA RE Those were the best days of my life LA Oh, yeah RE LA Back in the summer of '69, oh RE LA It was the summer of '69, oh, yeah RE LA Me and my baby in '69, ...oh RE LA It was the summer, the summer, RE LA the summer of '69, yeah...
Summer of ’69: Video
Summer of '69 è un brano scritto e interpretato da Bryan Adams, contenuto nell'album Reckless pubblicato nel 1984. Quarto lavoro in studio per l'artista canadese, riscuote grandissimo successo internazionale aggiudicandosi oltre 14 milioni di copie vendute nel mondo. La canzone è scritta con la collaborazione di Jim Vallance ed è il quarto singolo estratto dal disco. Sul significato del titolo ci sono discordanze: secondo Adams il 69 si riferisce ad un rapporto sessuale, mentre invece per Vallance è riferito semplicemente all'anno 1969.