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Cake, I Will Survive Chords (ver.2)

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I Will Survive Chords (ver.2)

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These are the two songs from Cake I found the chord progression for.  I
haven't learned the words yet, so you must excuse me for not listing the

Frank Sinatra:


Actual song: Em, C, G, B7
Step down:

I Will Survive:

The chord progression is :
Am Dm G C F B7 E or Em

Have fun...I hope it's right if you have any questions e-mail me at

Band:  Cake

This song is kind of easy, it only has five notes.  The solos are simple
licks using regular major scales.

He starts off almost scr*ping his strings with his pick:
muted...                        1st time            2nd time wide open
      A x8    D x8    G x8     C x8          E x16
1|   5          5       |   3          3        |        0
2|   5          7       |   3          5        |        0
3|   6          7       |   4          5        |        1
4|   7          7       |   5          5        |        2
5|   7          5       |   5          3        |        2
6|   5          x       |   3                    |        0

That is it.   This song is cake.

I Will Survive from Cake. Album Fashion nugget
Complete Lyrics by Felix Gallego



Am Dm G C F B E

Am                          Dm
at first i was afraid i was petrified
G                                            C
i was thinking i could never live without you by my side
F                                               B
but then i spent so many nights just thinking how you did me wrong
i grew strong i learned how to get along


(Gloria Gaynor version the chords are Am  Dm  G  C  Fmaj7  Bm7-5  E)

At first I was afraid.
I was petrified.
I kept thinking I could never live
Without you by my side.
But then I spent so many nights
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