George Harrison – My Sweet Lord style basic chord progression and chord tab

George Harrison – My Sweet Lord style basic chord progression and chord tab for instructional purposes.

You need a capo on the second fret of the guitar. I ran through the song once without repeating verses etc., but this gives you all the chords used and their positions, giving you a good start to learning the song.

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George Harrison – My Sweet Lord – chord forms tab

10 comments on “George Harrison – My Sweet Lord style basic chord progression and chord tab

  1. Thanks for liking my post Richard. My Sweet Lord is one of my favorites. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and maybe I will start strumming again. Think I will spotify My Sweet Lord as I continue on my cooking marathon. xxoo

    • The file was corrupted, and has been replaced. I didn’t know it was a problem until you contacted me.

      Thank you for visiting, and your patience. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

    • Thank you for the thought, but I recognize my blog is interesting only to those who don’t mind my meager efforts relearning to play guitar after suffering a series of debilitating strokes, and who wants to learn the licks/solos and songs I am re-teaching myself in the process.

      But the thought is appreciated, as is your visit.

      Now, if only I could draw with your skill. At fifty-five, I’m still a “stick-figure” drawing kind of guy.

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