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Chicago – Call On Me chords
"Call On Me" by Chicago (Loughnane) Chicago VII 1974 For the intro, I strum the first six chords once and then make-up my own kind of rhythm. Also, sliding up the fretboard from Am and A#m a little sounds like the recording. It would help to play all of the chords using barre chords, and a wah-wah pedal is needed. Intro: Am Bm Dm A#m C#m Em Bm Dm Am Bm C#m Em C#m Em A#m A#m Bm C#m For the verses, I play a strumming pattern of: w w x w u x u u x d u d with w(down), u(up), and x(muted) Verse 1:C#m BmThe feeling was clear, clear as a blue sky on a sunny dayC#mEverything was you, oo oooD C#m Bm'Cause no one made me feel, the way I felt with you, oh oohhC#m C#m DCall on me 'cause I love youC#m C#m D6 C#m C#m D A#m A#m Bm C#mYou know I do, you love me too.For verse 2, the strumming pattern stays the same, but for the first D chord, I play: w u w u w x w x w x (twice) Verse 2:C#m BmThen came a change, when I said I would soon be leavin' youC#mNothing else to do, ooohD C#m BmBut please remember I'll never lose the thought of youC#m C#m DCall on me 'cause I love youC#m C#m D6 C#m C#m D A#mYou know I do, you love me too, oo oooA#mHoo ooh oh oh hohI ad-lib on rhythm for the instrumental. It's difficult to hear the guitar over the brass and percussion anyways. Instrumental 1: A#m Bm C#m Em Bm Dm Am Cm Bm Gmaj7 Bm Cm Dm Same strum pattern as verse 1 Verse 3:Dm CmYou've got to find someone else to somehow take my placeDmShare his life with you, oo oooEb Dm CmBut if you need a friend, you can always count on meDm Dm EbCount on me 'cause I love you,Dm Dm Eb6 Dm Dm Eb BmYou know I do, you love me too, oo oooInstrumental 2: Bm Dm Am Bm Cm Bm Outro:BmYou can count on me, ooh oh (baby)G DYou can count on me(repeat until done)