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How To Play Please Come To Boston
By Dave Loggins


On this page I'd like to explain to you how to play Please Come To Boston by Dave Loggins. Full article is further down the page.

Please Come To Boston - Demo Only - Full Tutorial is 15 min 00 sec




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How To Play Please Come To Boston By Dave Loggins

Ive always liked this song and here I want to explain how to play Please Come To Boston by Dave Loggins.

This song was written by Dave Loggins back in the mid 1970's and he recorded his own version back in 1974 on his album "Apprentice". Dave Loggins is a first cousin to another singer songwriter, Kenny Loggins.

Dave Loggins has written other great for many artists including Reba, Alabama, Toby Keith, Three Doh Night, Restless Heart and Ann Murrary. In 1985 he penned a #1 hit for Kenny Rogers called "Morning Desire".




And if you're a golfer, you'll recognize the song "Augusta", which was written for the The Masters Of Golf Tournament.



How To Play Please Come To Boston By Dave Loggins
Kirby Style


You can start this song on the D chord if you'd like. Im playing this with a Capo on the 2nd fret with drop D tuning and my starting chord isthe two top strings on the 5th ,the bottom on the 2nd and the B string on the 3rd. I play a quick chord (G variation) and play the bottom 3 strings from E,B,G 3 times and then I move to the D chord. The following G chord is the same as the intro except I play the B sting open.

Other chords in this song include A7, Bm, A7sus, Em, and Gbm.





How To Play Rhythm For Please Come To Boston



The song really only has one rhythm pattern once you get past the intro segment. As you'll see in the demo clip, it'ss really just an Dn-Up-Dn-Up steady shuffle pattern all thru the song. Im playing some Dsus in a few places and doing a complete lift/hammer-on of the D chord with the index and middle fingers in a few places. I have incorporated a bit of a break and ending pattern riff which is fully explained in the full version tutorial available from the link above.



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