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Posted at Internet web site http: May be copied or reposted for non-commercial use, with attribution. This El monte guy looking for country girl a second volume of lyrics to Naughty women wants real sex Guildford songs, to assist learning to play the guitar by ear, as described in the article, How to Play the Guitar by Ear for Mathematicians and Physicistsposted at Internet web sites http: As discussed in the foreword to Volume 1, the purpose of assembling these lyrics is to provide the student with a large number of songs from which he may choose ones for which he knows the melody and enjoys singing.
I believe that learning the guitar is facilitated by practicing a number of different songs in a practice session, and playing each one only a couple of times, perhaps in a couple of different keys. In order to do this, it is important to have a large collection of lyrics available.
As in Volume I, I have deliberately omitted noting the chords to be played on each song, if it is my opinion that the beginning student should be able to figure them out easily — e. The purpose of this omission is to provide the student with the opportunity of learning to determine which chord to use at each point of the song, quickly and automatically.
For more difficult songs, I indicate El monte guy looking for country girl of the chords, and for some songs, I provide chords for the entire song.
Where I indicate only a few chords, it is important to remember, as noted on the cover, that it is assumed that all songs are sung in vountry key of A, unless otherwise indicated. There are a few songs for which the chords are relatively easy, but I have indicated them nevertheless. These are songs that I was to sing in public for some occasion, and I did not wish to El monte guy looking for country girl a mistake.
In some cases, I have found songs already chorded, but in a fashion that is not convenient for the guitar e. In most cases, I have removed the chords or re-chorded them.
As was the case for Volume I, this couuntry includes mainly songs from country music, but it also includes some non-country-music folk songs, rock and roll songs, popular songs, and gospel hymns.
Many of the songs of this volume are copyrighted by others. In their original or available forms, however, they are not helpful for the beginning student of guitar e.
To facilitate reading by the student as he plays the guitar, they are presented here in a large, easy-to-read font and with a strong attempt to keep the song to a single page in length. To facilitate his progress in learning to play by ear, the chords have been removed in all simple cases.
This volume is a version containing chords for most songs.
Please note that most of the chordings presented here are very simple — what a new student would be dountry to devise. In most cases, they are quite adequate, and would be what anyone would use to accompany singing.
In some cases, however, more elaborate chordings are presented, because they sound so much better and are useful practice.