Songs By John Fogerty
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Songs By John Fogerty

Here on this songs by John Fogerty page you'll find several numbers you can easily learn by John Fogerty. I'll be adding more in the future.

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1. Hearts Of Stone

Hearts Of Stone was a #37 in the US and a #35 when it was released as a single back in 1973.

The track can be found on The Blues Ridge Rangers album.


  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: 2nd frey
  • Rhythm: root down root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes a little
  • Chords: E, A, B7

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2. I Ain't Never

I Ain't Never was a track from the 1973 album "The Blue Ridge Rangers" which was released in 1973.

The song was never released as a single.


  • Drop D Tuning: Yes
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: down up down up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes blended into the chords
  • Chords: A, D, E

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3. Jambalaya

Jambalaya was a single release back in 1973 and peaked at #5 in Canada and climbed to #16 in the US.

the song can be found on the album "The Blue Ridge Rangers".


  • Drop D Tuning: Yes
  • Capo: 2nd fret is their key
  • Rhythm: root down root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: D, A

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4. Southern Streamline

Southern Streamline was a 1997 release from the album "Blue Moon Swamp".

The song charted at #67 on the US country charts.


  • Drop D Tuning: Yes
  • Capo: 2nd fret - original key has no capo
  • Rhythm: root down up down up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: D, G, A7

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5. The Old Man Down The Road

The Old Man Down The Road hit #1 for John Fogerty in 1984, his first solo #1 song and his only #1 hit. CCR had no #1 hits in the US so this must have felt good.

The track can be found on the album, "Centerfield".


  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: use down strokes . with the odd up stroke and a few riffs
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: E, G, C, D, E7

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6. You're The Reason

You're The Reason and an old Bobby Edwards number from 1961. John Fogerty put it on his album "The Blue Ridge Rangers" in 1973.

The song was never released as a single.


  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root down up root up down up
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: C, G, C7, F, G7

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