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Alright For Now Chords
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Alright For Now Song Info
|Artist and Song:||Tom Petty - Alright For Now|
|Album:||Full Moon Fever|
|Genre:||Pop, Pop Rock, Rock|
|Tuning:||G C E A|
|Chords:||[D], [A], [Bm], [G], [F#], [Em]|
|Strumming:||D - DU - DU - DU|
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Chords & Strumming Pattern of Tom Petty - Alright For NowAlright For Now is a song by Pop, Pop Rock, Rock artist Tom Petty. It was released in 1989 on the album, titled "Full Moon Fever". D - DU - DU - DU is the suggested strumming pattern for Alright For Now. [D], [A], [Bm], [G], [F#], [Em] are the guitar chords for playing Alright For Now with the original key (D) on guitar.
Who Sings Alright For Now?
Alright For Now is a song by Tom Petty. It was first released on their "Full Moon Fever" album in 1989.
What Are The Guitar Chords Of Alright For Now?
In order to play the song Alright For Now on the guitar, you will need to use [D], [A], [Bm], [G], [F#], [Em] chords in order to play in original key (D).
How Do You Strum Alright For Now On Guitar?
Alright For Now strumming pattern is D - DU - DU - DU. For those who find the suggested pattern too complex, an alternative pattern is D (down) strumming.