Where were you when Scott and Charlene got married? In front of you TV? Yeah, me too. We have so much in common!
What This Piece Can Teach You –
- Play in the key of F.
- Be a little more Australian.
- Play it at your brother’s wedding.
- Some other things
G’day mate! Call that a knife! Bouncer, Madge, Dame Edna etc. You know the drill. Any Aussie stereotypes in the comment please. They won’t be offended. If they are the can rack off.
This is a tricky piece to play but I’ve been nice and made two for you: a lead sheet and a solo one. Take your time with it. It sounds good slow and you can strum it a little more than I did. As ever, I don’t follow the tab note for note. This can cause confusion but just don’t let it. It looks like I started from about half way through. Do what you want. It’s free!
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