Fleetwood Mac’s Landslide Chords No Capo

Fleetwood Mac are one of the most well-known bands in the entire world. With their unique sound, musicians and listeners for generations have enjoyed the music they have produced. One of their most notable songs throughout their career is Landslide. In this guide we are learning to play Landslide chords no capo on your guitar. We will give you all of the chords you need, the strumming pattern plus the full song at the end to help you learn the whole piece. Below this section is a video tutorial to help you along too. Let’s get started.

Landslide Chords

You will be using five chords to recreate Landslide by Fleetwood Mac. These chords consist of Eminor7, Asus4, G major, D major and B minor. All of these are played as open chords apart from the B minor so they shouldn’t cause you too many problems. Always start out by playing the chords individually. This will help you build your confidence in playing them which will make it a lot easier to play the whole piece at the end.

Landslide Strumming Pattern

As long as that B minor chord doesn’t throw you off you can move on to learning the strumming pattern. This is really simple and it goes D-DU-UDU. Practice this pattern which each of the five chords we mentioned above to get a feel for the rhythm. You can always refer to the tutorial video if you get stuck.

Landslide Chords with Lyrics

Once you have nailed the chords and the strumming pattern you can combine both of them to start learning the whole song. Below we have given you the full lyrics for the song. Above the lyrics are the chords which coincide with that part of the song. This will help you to play the whole piece. Let’s have a go.

Intro

G D Em7 D

G D Em7 D

Verse 1

G D Em7 D

I took my love and I took it down

G D Em7 D

I climbed a mountain and I turned around

G D Em7 D

And I saw my reflection in the snow-covered hills

G D Em7

Well, the landslide brought me down

Verse 2

D G D Em7 D

Oh, mirror in the sky, what is love?

G D Em7 D

Can the child within my heart rise above?

G D Em7 D

Can I sail through the changing ocean tides?

G D Em7 D

Can I handle the seasons of my life?

G D Em7 D

Uh uh

G D Em7 Asus4

Uh uh…. Uh uh… uhhh uhhh

Chorus

D Asus4 Bm

Well, I’ve been afraid of changing

G D Em7 Asus4

‘Cause I built my life around you

D Asus4

But time makes you bolder

Bm

Children get older

G D Em7 D

I’m getting older, too

D

Well…

Interlude

G D Em7 D

G D Em7 D

G D Em7 D

G D Em7 Asus4

Chorus

D Asus4 Bm

Well, I’ve been afraid of changing

G D Em7 Asus4

‘Cause I built my life around you

D Asus4

But time makes you bolder

Bm

Children get older

G D Em7 D

I’m getting older, too

G D Em7 D

Well, I’m getting older too

Verse 3

G D Em7 D

So, take this love and take it down

G D Em7 D

Yeah, and if you climb a mountain and you turn around

G D Em7 D

And if you see my reflection in the snow-covered hills

G D Em D

Well, the landslide brought me down

G D Em7 D

And if you see my reflection in the snow-covered hills

Outro

G D Em7 D

Well, maybe

G D Em7 D

Well, maybe

G D Em7 D

Well, maybe

G D Em7

The landslide will bring you down

Conclusion

That should be everything you need to know to play Landslide with no capo. Remember that if you do want to use a capo then you will place it on the third fret but you can still use the same chords. We have lots more great guides on our website for you to explore with songs from many different genres, with and without capos, to help you challenge your guitar skills. Have fun browsing and exploring loads of different music for your guitar.

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