When did Willie Nelson write Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain?
Willie Nelson had a 13-year drought before earning another number one hit with a cover of the 1940 song Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain. The song was written by songwriter Fred Rose and originally performed by Roy Acuff.
What tuning is Behind Blue Eyes?
The song is in standard tuning, but the slightly sharp tuning might be a studio effect or the result of analog recording. In any case, following along with the original recording might sound a tad bit off unless you raise your overall tuning about 25 cents.
What is a Cadd9?
True to its name, the Cadd9 chord is a C chord with a 9th note “added” to the mix. It’s comprised of four notes: C, E, G and D. Notice that the D is the 9th note that gives the Cadd9 chord its extra flavor. Try playing a C chord and then play a C9 chord to hear that extra punch that ninth note delivers.
What does a Bm chord look like on guitar?
The symbol “Bm”, or Bm guitar chord is an abbreviated way to write the B minor chord. This is a simple minor chord, also known as a minor triad, the B minor chord notes consist of three notes… the B note, the D note and the F# note.
Did Willie Nelson wrote Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain?