Bar Chord Practice: Shania Twain That Don’t Impress Me Much
In last week’s blog, we covered all the chords in “Ashes To Ashes”.
This is a great song if you want to get better at playing bar chords.
Shania Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much” is another great song to learn next, because it will further improve your memorization of the bar chords in “Ashes To Ashes”.
“That Don’t Impress Me Much” contains pretty much all the same chords as “Ashes To Ashes”
Here’s the chord chart to “That Don’t Impress Me Much”:
Three song sections:
- Pre Chorus
The intro is the same chords like the verse.
The whole song is just a series of verses, pre choruses and choruses.
The ending is slightly different:
You can find the complete song form and chord chart here
Different from “Ashes To Ashes”, the harmony rhythm in “That Don’t Impress Me Much” is much faster: 2 chords per measure, changing chords every 2 beats.
Best strum rhythm for this song: Down down up Down down up.
Check the “Ashes To Ashes” blog to learn all the chord shapes.
Don’t Worry Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin)
Literally every song you play that has bar chords, will make your bar chords and bar chord knowledge better.
“Don’t Worry Be Happy” is another such song.
The whole song is ||: B | B | C#m | C#m | E | E | B | B :||
Here are the chord shapes
Best strum rhythm for this song:
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