What Is Lyre Chord Of Baby?


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Baby is a popular tune by Canadian teen heartthrob Justin Bieber - many of the young pop sensation's devoted fans (who are known as "Beliebers") enjoy learning how to play his songs on popular instruments, such as the lyre, acoustic guitar, or piano. If you're looking for the lyre chord of Baby by Justin Bieber, you'll need to play the following chord progressions to get exactly the right sound (these tabs are for the chorus): C (when he sings, "Baby, baby, no!", Am (when he sings, "My baby, baby, baby, no!", F (when he sings, "My baby, baby, baby, no!", and G (when he sings, "I thought you'd always be mine, mine!". Use the capo on your 1st fret to get the right effect.

To play the verses correctly, use the following chords: C# (when he sings, "You know you love me, I know you care!", Bbm (when he sings, "Just shout whenever, and I'll be there!"), F# (when he sings, "You want my love, you want my heart"), Ab (when he sings, "And we will never, ever, ever be apart!"), C# (when he sings, "Are we an item? Girl, quit playing!"), Bbm (when he sings, "We're just friends, what are you saying?", F# (when he sings, "Say there's another and look right in my eyes"), Bbm (when he sings, "My first love broke my heart for the first time!".

Now that you know the verses and chorus chords for lyre in Justin Bieber's Baby, you can repeat them to complete the entire song. In no time at all, you'll have what it takes to recreate the pop idol's distinctive sound. This tale of heartbreak and confusion will become a popular part of your lyre music repertoire. Experiment with different phrasing and tempos to change the arrangement and make the song your own!

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