Should I Stay Or Should I Go Free Guitar Lesson
Songs & Artists - Clash

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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members A short lesson that takes a look at the chord progression and strumming patterns in this 1982 hit by the Clash.



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Thanks for youer Time I Love itwritten by cipper, November 14, 2015
I like your lessons Neil, they are great to learn from.written by lightning95, May 23, 2013
Neil,thanks for this excellent lesson!written by Maria Papazachariou, January 30, 2010
Thanks for the great lesson Neil! Bobwritten by tedescr, October 11, 2009
now one of my favorite songs to play...thanks neilwritten by Jose Zapata, June 18, 2009
I used to play this so long ago I'd forgotten. For the G to F portion, I just used G and F barre chords, rather than the open G.written by Chris Dowling, June 05, 2009
Great song, easy to learn, fun to play!written by Neil Stevens, June 04, 2009
[i][/i]The sign of a GREAT guitar teacher is the fact that no matter how easy the song may be, they take their time with the lesson and don't rush through it. And, they look like they're having fun doing so! Not going about it like they are bored to death, or they want to go and make a sandwich or something!! THANKS, NEIL! ;)written by Laura, June 04, 2009
Great song Neil and good for beginners. Very well taught also. Marty written by Marty, May 27, 2009