Another simple hit from Tom Petty. The strum is basically all downs on an eighth note pattern. What changes is the “push” feel of the middle chord. Like this: Em//// D/// G///// ////. The D only gets three strums and the G gets an extra one to make it up. If this confuses you, just do what feels and sounds right, but if you want to get technical, that’s what’s happening.
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Full Moon Fever
Em D G Well I won’t back down Em D G No I, won’t back down Em D C You can stand me up at the gates of Hell Em D G But I won’t back down Em D G No I’ll, stand my ground Em D G Won’t be turned around Em D C And I’ll keep this world from draggin’ me down Em D G Gonna stand my ground Em D G C/ G/ And I won’t back down Chorus: C G/ D G/ C G/ D G/ Heeeey baby, there ain't no easy way out C G/ D Em D G Heeeey I, will stand my ground Em D G And I won't back down Em D G Well I know what's right Em D G I got just one life Em D C In a world that keeps on pushing me around Em D G But I'll stand my ground Em D G C/ G/ And I won't back down Chorus> Solo Chorus x2>