This page on Jimmy Buffett chords has a total of eight tutorials to date with a Free Tutorial for Margaritaville below.
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Changes In Latitudes Changes In Attitudes
This song was from the album of the same name in 1977 and the lead off single. The chords I'm using here are D, G, A7, Bm, Gbm and an Asus in places. Grab the free tab below.
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A song that was composed in 1973 and released in 1974 that became Jimmy Buffett's first top 40 song. The chords I'm using are G,C,D,Am, Bm, E7, D6 and an F. Grab the free tab.
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He Went To Paris
Buffett wrote this song after meeting a Spanish Civil War vet in Chicago. He didnt play the song much in concerts until he found out Bob Dylan liked the song.
The chords I use are G, C, D, Em and A7.
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Margaritaville came from the 1977 album Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes. This song was going to be recorded by Elvis, but he died before he could record the song. Free tutorial below.
The chords for this song are D, G, and A7.
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Nobody From Nowhere
This is a song Buffett often uses to open his shows. The song is from his "Buffett Hotel" album from 2009.
The chords you'll need here is the A chord, D, Dsus and an Em. You'll also need a Dbm, a Bm and an E7.
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Pencil Thin Mustache
This song was released in 1974 and is a favorite among fans at his concerts, although not part of the Big 8.
The chords you'll need here are D, Gb, B7, E7, A7, D7, G, A+, Em, C+ and a Gbm.
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Buffett recorded and released this song in 1979 as a single from the album of the same name. The studio where he recorded this song was destroyed 10 years later by Hurricane Hugo.
The chords you'll need for this one are G, C, D and D7. The original key is F and it's a good drinking tune.
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Why Dont We Get Drunk And Screw
After seeing a businessman try to pick up a hooker in Atlanta in 1973, Jimmy Buffett wrote this song, which became his first single and very popular in bars. Free tutorial below.
The chords you'll need are D, G, E7, D7 and A7.