Landslide chords & lyrics
by Fleetwood Mac
- Landslide was written by Stevie Nicks from the band Fleetwood Mac.
- The song was recorded in 1975 and featured on the album Fleetwood Mac.
- Music: Key of E♭ Major in 4/4 time at 80 bpm (♩)
- Chords: E♭, B♭/D, Cm7, Cm, F7/A, Gm, Gm7, E♭sus2, F5/C
- Easier - Capo on 3rd fret: Play in the key of C Major
- Chords with Capo: C, G/B, Am7, Am, D7/F#, Em, Em7, Csus2, D5/A
Landslide by Fleetwood Mac
Capo on 3 if playing with video
Intro: 4/4 | C - G/B | Am7 - G/B | C - G/B | Am7 - G/B | C G/B Am7 - G/B 1. I took my love I took it down C G/B Am7 - G/B I climbed a moun-tain and I turned a-round C G/B Am7 G/B And I saw my re-flec-tion in the snow cov-ered hills C G/B | Am7 / / G/B | Till the land-slide brought me down____ (oh) C G/B Am - G/B 2. Oh mir-ror in the sky___ What is love? C G/B Am7 - G/B Can the child with-in my heart___ Rise a-bove? C G/B Am7 G/B Can I sail thru' the chan-ging o-cean tides? C G/B Am7 G/B | C - G/B | Am7 - G/B | Can I han-dle the sea-sons of my life... ? C G/B Am7 D7 Mmm Mmm____ Mmm Mmm____ G D7/F# Em Chorus: Well I've been a-fraid of chang-ing C G/B Am7 - D7/F# 'Cause I built my life a-round you G D7/F# Em7 But time makes you bold-er e-ven chil-dren get old-er C G/B | Am7 / / G/B | And I'm get-ting old-er too Instrumental: | Csus2 - G/B | D5/A - G/B | Csus2 - G/B | Am7 - G/B | | C - G/B | D5/A - G/B | C - G/B | Am7 - D7 | G D7/F# Em Chorus: Well I've been a-fraid of chang-ing C G/B Am7 | D7/F# | 'Cause I've built my life a-round you G D7/F# Em7 But time makes you bold-er e-ven child-ren get ol-der C G/B Am7 - G/B C G/B Am7 - G/B And I'm get-ting old-er too___ Oh I'm get-ting ol-der too C G/B Am7 - G/B 3. Ah ah____ Take my love take it down C G/B Am7 - G/B Ah-hah___ Climb a moun-tain and you turn a-round C G/B Am7 G/B And if you see my re-flec-tion in the snow co-vered hills C G/B Am7 - G/B Well the land-slide will bring you down C G/B Am7 G/B ... And if you see my re-flec-tion in the snow co-vered hills C G/B Am7 Well the land-slide will bring you down____ G/B C G/B Am Oh-oh___ The land-slide will bring you down...
🗝️ C Major
Numbered Circles: Chord fingering - number inside circle indicates which finger to use
White Numbered Circles: Optional Notes
Unmarked strings: Play open
X: Don't play string
Barre Line: One finger holds down multiple strings
R: Root Note
B: Bass Note
Right Handed Charts:
Left Handed Charts:
- Level Of Ease: Fairly easy once you get used to all the chords with bass notes. They all work well if you are finger-picking. For beginners that are not used to finger-picking, you can just strum the straight chord, e.g., instead of G/B, simply strum a G chord. The same applies to D7/F# - just strum a D7 chord. Replace D5/A with a D chord.
- G/B means you play a G chord leading with a B note instead of the usual G bass note. I have used the most common variation of this chord... x20033. You can experiment with your finger positioning... you may prefer to use fingers 2, 3, and 4 instead od 1, 3, and 4 - you could even try fingers 2 and 4 where the 2nd finger plays the B bass-note while the 4th finger is used to play strings 1 & 2 (mini-barre).
- The easiest way to play D7/F# is displayed on the chart, written as 200212... play a normal D7 with fingers 1, 3, & 4 (instead of 1, 2, & 3) and play the F# bass note with your second finger - string 6 fret 2.
- Another way of playing D7/F# is to play a normal D7 chord using fingers 1, 2 and 3 and if you have a good hand-span or narrow guitar neck, you can use your thumb to play the F# bass note on the 6th string.
- D5/A is a 5 chord leading with an A bass note...x0023x. A5 chord is a 2-note chord consisting of the 1st and 5th notes of the major scale which in this case are the notes D and A... because the chord is D5 we take notes from the D Major Scale which reads D-E-F#-G-A-B-C# with the 1st & 5th notes - D and A. Instead of leading with the usual D note, we lead with the A or 5th note as the chord suggests (D5/A)...x0023x equates to the notes x-A-D-A-D-x.
- 5 chords are also known as power chords.
- Song Key: E♭ Major... 3 flats - B♭, E♭, A♭
- Song Key with Capo on 3: C Major - No sharps or flats
- The hyphen between 2 chords means they share equal timing, e.g., | Am - G/B | means 2 beats on Am and 2 beats on G/B.
- Where you see | Am7 / / G/B | - this means 3 beats on Am7 and 1 beat on G/B. The repeat sign (/) is used to repeat the previous chord within a bar... more help if you need it.