Below is a free downloadable pdf chord sheet to help you learn this song. As well, my free acoustic demo will show you how I play this number. And if you use the lyrics on the page you can play and sing along with me, or use the video near the bottom.
Finally there is a purchase link for the full acoustic lesson if you need it or just want to support my site.
Pete Seeger took most of these lyrics from the Bible and added only a few words to make this song a #1 hit for The Byrds back in 1965. This song holds the title of the oldest lyrics (10th century it is believed) to reach a #1 hit song.
Drop D Tuning = No
Capo = Bo
Rhythm = root down up root up down up and the use of a rake pattern using a root down up root up down up in the ch sections
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