grateful dead – shakedown street

 4/4
  intro                        main verse
|———-|———–|———|———–|—————5-|-7————|
|———-|———–|———|———–|——–7-10-7—|—5h7-5h7—-|
|-5——–|———–|5——–|———–|-5–5————|————–|
|———-|———–|———|———–|—————–|————–|

verse 2 -“maybe because its midnight”

(phil basically doodles around in E7, D7, and A7 chords where appropriate)
|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|———-|———|
|—E—-|—D—-|—-E—|—-D—|—-E—|—-D—|—-A—|———-|12/——|
|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|55-555-5-5|———|
|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|——–|———-|———|

 “don’t tell me”          

chorus – “nothin’s shakin'”
|———-|————|————–3-|-5————|
|———-|————|——–5-8-5—|—3h5-3h5—-|
|-5——–|-3———-|-3–3———–|————–|
|———-|——-5/8–|—————-|————–|

About Andy Dingfelder

Andy has over 20 years of technology leadership experience in Software Testing / Development / Project Management and Team Leadership in multiple industry sectors, including: Telco, Healthcare, Technology and government. He is currently working as a Senior Test Consultant for Planit Software Testing.

Master’s Degree in Public Information Information Systems, and over 10 years of board governance experience for multiple organisations.

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Andy Dingfelder lives in the Wellington region, New Zealand with his wife and two daughters.

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