Peaceful Easy Feeling Chords & Guitar Lesson

Welcome to my Peaceful Easy Feeling chord chart by The Eagles. This is a really great song. I mean, let’s be honest, any song by The Eagles is a great song. 🙂


So the chords in Peacefully Easy Feeling are pretty basics. We do have an F#m that pops in every once in a while as well as a B7. So this is a great song to work on those too chords. And if barre chords are not your friend, you can always use on of the F#m chord fix below.

Peaceful Easy Feeling Guitar Chords:

Peaceful Easy Feeling Strumming Patterns:

The strumming pattern we will be using for this will be a syncopated rhythm pattern, but it’s a very common pattern that’s used in lots of songs.

Suggested Strumming Pattern:
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
D   DU    U DU

If syncopated rhythms are not your strength yet, you can always add back in the down strum on the third beat. Need help with your strumming and making your guitar sound better? Check out Lauren’s Guitar Course.

Easier Pattern:
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

Peaceful Easy Feeling Guitar Lesson:

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Peaceful Easy Feeling Chord Chart:

Due to this being an Eagles' song, I have made the decision to remove my lesson notes outside of general chord progression and theory.

It is becoming a dangerous world for music teachers online. And while I know you all benefit so much from the detailed arrangements of songs I have here on my website, I have decided to not publish any more songs from the Eagles catalogue.

I am very sorry to disappoint any students who have enjoyed these lessons.

If you are interested in learning Eagles tunes, then I highly recommend you pick up one of the following books with their music:

Eagles - Guitar Chord Songbook: Lyrics/Chord Symbols


The Best of Eagles for Guitar - Updated Edition (Easy Guitar With Notes & Tab)

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Song Structure:

Intro Chord progression E Esus4 : | 4 times
Verse Chord progression: E A E A E A B7 B7
Chorus Chord progression: A A E E A A F#m B7 E F#m A B7 E Esus4

This file is the author’s own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It’s intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.

We do not distribute printable chord and lyrics charts. These charts are here only to support online learning. We highly recommend buying music from Hal Leonard or a reputable online sheet music store.

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