Traspositore
0
Semplifica
Testo
Auto-scroll
Traspositore
0
Semplifica accordi
Dimensioni Testo
0
Auto-scroll
Video Stampa Segnala

They Don’t Own Me: Chords

Chitarra solista: Impara a suonare gli Assoli di Chitarra
Intro: LAm7 SOL RE LAm7 SOL RE LAm7 Is it true what they say? SOL RE RE4 RE Nothing in life is free LAm7 Are you looking this way SOL RE Surely this can't be LAm7 I know that you SOL RE RE4 RE Ain't like the other ones LAm7 March to a different beat, babe SOL RE Banging a different drum I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me LAm7 I ain't playing their games SOL RE RE4 RE I am nobody's fool LAm7 Yeah, I know how it feels SOL RE RE4 RE I broke those rules LAm7 Are you walking with me? SOL RE RE4 RE Or are you running with them? LAm7 Are you ever free? SOL RE Is this something that you understand? I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me LAm7 SOL RE LAm7 SOL RE LAm7 Is it really that strange SOL RE To try and find some peace? LAm7 Is it so opaque SOL RE That you still can't see? LAm7 Them, right up above SOL RE I wonder what they can hear LAm7 I guess we all mess up, baby SOL RE Mmm, we're here, then disappear I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me I think I told you before that LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me I think I told you before, yeah LAm7 They don't SOL RE They don't own me... LAm7 SOL RE
Chitarra solista: Impara a suonare gli Assoli di Chitarra

Credits

Autore: ASHCROFT RICHARD PAUL
Copyright: © UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING GROUP
 

They Don’t Own Me: Video

They Don't Own Me è un brano scritto e interpretato da Richard Ashcroft, contenuto nell'album These People pubblicato nel 2016. Quinto lavoro in studio da solista per il cantautore britannico, prende spunto nel titolo dal proverbio latino "Divide et impera"... molto usato di questi tempi per etichettare, dividere ed ingaggiare le cosiddette "guerre tra poveri". La canzone è la terza traccia del disco, un'elegante ballata pop-rock perfetta per essere accompagnata con la chitarra.

Articoli correlati

 Richard Ashcroft: Vedi tutte le canzoni

L'autore del post

Foto dell'autore
Alberto Moneti
34 anni, polistrumentista: pianoforte, chitarra, batteria, clarinetto. Ha conseguito la licenza in teoria musicale e solfeggio presso il Conservatorio Cherubini di Firenze. Dal 1997 è organista presso la Basilica di Santa Maria del Sasso, a Bibbiena (AR).