This page on Van Morrison chords has a total of four tutorials to date to choose from.
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Brown Eyed Girl
Van Morrison has claimed over the years that he has written over 300 songs he believe is better than Bwoen Eyed Girl (originally called Brown Skinned Girl), but he likely wishes he would get royalties for this song. A hastily signed contact back in 1967 when this song came out is the reason Van Morrison never collected a dime off of this song.
The chords I use in this one are G, C, D, Em and a D7 if you wanna throw one in.
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Into The Mystic
Lots of artists from Joe Cocker to Zac Brown to The Wallflowers have coversed this 1970 classic from the Moondance album.
The chords I like to use in this are ... D, A, Gbm, G, A7 and a Dmaj7.
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This song hails from the album of the same name which was inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1999. This song was not released as a single from the 1970 album until 1977 and peaked out at #92.
The chords you'll need here are ... Am, slide 2 frets, botton 4 on the 5th, E7, Dm, Em, G and F. These may not be the "official" chords but its how I play this one.
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This song was released as a single from the album ofthe same name back in 1971 and peaked at #27 on Billboard. Tupelo Honey comes from the leaves of the Tupelo tree which can be found in the SE United States.
The chords in this one are C, Em, F, and G.