Bad Moon Rising Chords

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“Bad Moon Rising” Chords are here on this page. Creedence Clearwater Revival released this song in 1969 on the album “Green River”. It’s an easy song to play.

Bad Moon Rising Chords

Standard Tuning

Intro:
D | A | G | D

Verse 1:
D         A   G       D
I see the bad moon a-rising
D      A      G      D
I see trouble on the way
D     A      G        D
I see earthquakes and lightnin’
D     A   G       D
I see bad times today

Chorus 1:
G
Don’t go around tonight
D
It’s bound to take your life
A         G               D
There’s a bad moon on the rise

Verse 2:
D      A    G       D
I hear hurricanes a-blowing
D          A       G     D
I know the end is coming soon
D      A      G   D
I fear rivers overflowing
D          A        G        D
I hear the voice of rage and ruin

Chorus 2:
G
Don’t go around tonight
D
It’s bound to take your life
A         G               D
There’s a bad moon on the rise (alright)

Solo:
D | A | G | D (2x)
G | G | D | D
D | A | G | D

Verse 3:
D        A        G        D
Hope you got your things together
D            A        G        D
Hope you are quite prepared to die
D                A      G     D
Looks like we’re in for nasty weather
D          A     G      D
One eye is taken for an eye

Chorus 3:
G
Well, don’t go around tonight
D
It’s bound to take your life
A         G               D
There’s a bad moon on the rise

G
Don’t go around tonight
D
It’s bound to take your life
A         G               D
There’s a bad moon on the rise

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4 comments

  1. Nice, I love this song! Looks like it isn’t too complicated either, which is nice for us amateurs. Thanks for the tab!

    1. Hey Mike, yes, it’s a great song. It’s really not complicated. It’s actually one of the first songs you can learn when you just start playing guitar. It’s easy and catchy.

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