Landslide Chords No Capo by Fleetwood Mac with Strumming Pattern

Landslide is a great song with a great vibe, an awesome groove, and one of the best acoustic riffs. This is a song about uncertainty, insecurity, and fear, it also shows how powerful, change can be in our lives because we cannot know the future and do not know what might happen in the next minute.

If you are looking for Landslide chords without the capo then go nowhere because here you will find everything you need to know to play this song on the guitar, without the capo from start to end. So, let’s look at the chords for Lanslide without the capo.


Landslide Chords No Capo

As you can see the chords for Landslide without the capo are Eminor7, Asus4, G major, D major, and B minor. Except the B minor chord, all of these are open chords so it’s easy to play them. You can use these same chords to play both Fleetwood Mac’s and Dixie Chicks’ versions.

Landslide Strumming Pattern

The strumming pattern is quite simple, although it sounds great. It goes as D-DU-UDU.


Song – Wagon Wheels
Artist – Darius Rucker
Chords – A major, E major, F# minor, and D major ( No capo )


[Verse 1]
[G]I took my [D]love and I took it down [Em7] [D]
[G]I climbed a moun[D]tain and I turned [Em7]around [D]
And I [G]saw my refl[D]ection in the [Em7]snow-covered [D]hills
Well, the [G]landslide [D]brought me down [Em7]

[Verse 2]
[D]Oh, [G]mirror in the sky[D], what is [Em7]love? [D]
Can the [G]child within my [D]heart rise [Em7]abo[D]ve?
Can I [G]sail through the [D]changing o[Em7]cean ti[D]des?
Can I [G]handle the [D]seasons of [Em7]my [D]life?
[G]Uh [D]uh…[Em7]…[D]
Uh [G]uh…[D]Uh uh…[Em7]Uhhh [Asus4]uhhh

[Chorus]
Well, [D]I’ve been [Asus4]afraid of chan[Bm]ging
‘Cause I [G]built my life[D] around [Em7]you [Asus4]
But [D]time makes you [Asus4]bolder
[Bm]Children get older
[G]I’m getting [D]older, [Em7]too [D]
[D]Well…

[Chorus]
Well, [D]I’ve been [Asus4]afraid of chan[Bm]ging
‘Cause I [G]built my life[D] around [Em7]you [Asus4]
But [D]time makes you [Asus4]bolder
[Bm]Children get older
[G]I’m getting [D]older, [Em7]too [D]
Well, [G]I’m getting [D]older [Em7]too [D]

[Verse 3]
So, [G]take this [D]love and take it [Em7]down [D]
Yeah, [G]and if you climb a moun[D]tain and you turn [Em7]around [D]
And if you [G]see my re[D]flection in the [Em7]snow-covered [D]hills
Well, the [G]landslide [D]brought me [Em7]down [D]
And if you [G]see my re[D]flection in the [Em7]snow-covered [D]hills

[Outro]
Well, [G]maybe [D Em7 D]
Well, [G]maybe [D Em7 D]
Well, [G]maybe [D Em7 D]

The [G]landslide will [D]bring you [Em7]down