Broken Road by Sully Erna Guitar Chords

Saturday, June 18th 2022. | Sully Erna Guitar Chords

You can play Broken Road by Sully Erna using guitar or guitar. This song by Sully Erna can also be played by that instruments.
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Broken Road guitar chords has rhythm and included in Avalon (2010) album.
You can also find another musical genres, including jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

Broken Road by Sully Erna Guitar Chords

Song: Broken Road
Artist: Sully Erna
Album: Avalon
Tuning: Drop D, with capo on the first fret

This piece is played mostly with a piano, in the key of F minor.

Intro


|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------4--------------------4-2---------4----------------------------|
|-----2-------2-5-----4-2----------2---2-------2-5------7-7--------7----|
|---2---2---2------------------------2---2---2---5--------7-------------|
|-2--------------------------------2-------------5--------7------7------|
|----------------------------------------5--------5----8----7-----------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------4-------------------------------------7-----------------------|
|-----2-------2-5---4---2----------7----------7-------------------------|
|---2---2---2------------------2---5---5----5--------------------2-3----|
|-2--------------------------------------------------0------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------4-----------------4-2------------4----------------------------|
|-----2-------2-5---4-2---2------5-2---2-------2-5------7-7--------7----|
|---2---2---2------------------------2---2---2---5--------7-------------|
|-2--------------------------------2-------------5--------7------7------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------7---7-8-7-5-----------8---5--|
|---------4-----4-----4------------7-----------------------9--------|
|-----2-------2-5---4-2------------7--------------------------------|
|---2---2---2------------------2---5---------------------7----------|
|-2-----------------------------------------------------------------|

Pre-Verse


|---------3-----3---2-0--------------------3-----3---2-0------|
|-5-----------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------4-2----------------------------|
|-----2-------2---2----------2-----5---2-------2---2----------|
|---2---2---2------------------------2---2---2----------------|
|-2--------------------------------2--------------------------|

Verse
7x


|---------3---------3-----3-------0---------------0-------0-------|
|---------------------------------1---------------1-------1-------|
|---------0---------0-----0-------0---------------2---------2-----|
|-----2-------2---------2---------2---------------2-----2---2-----|
|---2---2---2---------2-------2---3-----------3---0---0-----------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|

8th time


|---------3---------3-----3-------0-------0---2-------2-----------|
|---------------------------------1-------1---3-------3-----------|
|---------0---------0-----0-------0-----------2--------(2)--------|
|-----2-------2---------2---------2-----------0-----0---0---------|
|---2---2---2---------2---------2-3---------------0---------------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus

[Fm]I don?t know if I can say
I Lived through[G#] eve[Bbm]rything
[Fm]But I?ve walked this earth alone
With [Eb]Barefeet broken i[C#]n the snow
[Fm]And my father said to me
It never [G#]seems to[Bbm] be
I simple [Fm]walk down an i[D]cy cold [C#]broken [Fm]road


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|-0-----------------------------------------------3-------1-------|
|-0-----------------------------------------------0-------2-------|
|-2-----------------------------------------------0-------2-------|
|-2-----------------------------------------------0-------0-------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|
|-0-----------------------------------------------0---------------|
|-0-------------------------------3---------------1---------------|
|-0-------------------------------2---------------0---------------|
|-2-------------------------------0---------------2---------------|
|-2-------------------------------0---------------3---------------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------------------------------0-------|
|-0-----------------------------------------------3-------1-------|
|-0-----------------------------------------------0-------2-------|
|-2-----------------------------------------------0-------2-------|
|-2-----------------------------------------------2-------0-------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------2---------------0---------------|
|-0-------------------------------3---------------1---------------|
|-0-------------------------------2---------------0---------------|
|-2-------------------------------0---------------2---------------|
|-2-------------------------------0---------------3---------------|
|-2---------------------------------------------------------------|

For the G# it might be better just to use G#5 (the power chord)

Repeat Verse and Chorus

Bridge


|-3-------3-------3-------3-------2-------2-----------------------|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------7---5---3---2---|
|-0-------0-------0-------0-------4-------4-------4---4---4---4---|
|-2-------2-------2-------2-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------0-------2-------2-----------------------|
|-5---------------------5-----------------------------------------|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------2-------2-------7---7---7---7---|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------7---5---3---2---|
|-0-------0-------0-------0-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------2-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------0-------2-------2-----------------------|
|-5---------------------5-----------------------------------------|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------2-------2-------14--12--10--9---|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------7---5---3---2---|
|-0-------0-------0-------0-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------2-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-----------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------2-------2-------14--12--14--12--|
|-3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------7---5---7---5---|
|-0-------0-------0-------0-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------2-------4-------4-----------------------|
|-2-------2-------2-------0-------2-------2-----------------------|
|-5---------------------5-----------------------------------------|
|-0---------------------5-7-8---here is some flourishing with-----|
|-1---------------5-6-8---------the C# major scale ranging up to--|
|-0-----------5-7---------------2 octaves above what a guitar-----|
|-2-----------------------------can go to so I did not transcribe-|
|-3-----------------------------------it.-------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

Re-Entry


|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------4-------------------------------4-----------------------|
|-----2-------2-5-----4-2-------------2-------2---5-------7-------|
|---2---2---2-----------------------2---2---2-----5-------7-------|
|-2-------------------------------2---------------5-------7-------|
|----------------- ------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------4-------------------------------------------------------|
|-----2-------2-5---4---2---------7-------7-----7-5---5---5-5---5-|
|---2---2---2-----------------2---5-------5-----5-3---3---3-3---3-|
|-2-------------------------------0-------0-----0-----------------|

Repeat Chorus

After chorus play the verse chords (Fm, C#M, Bbm) with the same timing
3x

Then it slows down, arpeggiate the C#M and Bbm then end with


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|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------4------------------------------------------------|
|-------2-----------2---5----4------2--------2~----------------|
|----2-----2-----2----------------------------2~---------------|
|-2--------------------------------------------2~--------------|

and yer done.

If you want to learn Sully Erna Broken Road guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Broken Road. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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