A cover of

Respect

ARETHA FRANKLIN
DESCRIPTION

The iconic “Respect” is considered to be among the best songs of the R&B era. Sung by one of the greatest soul singers of all time, Aretha Franklin, the song was originally written by Otis Redding in 1965. Rising to fame after the release of Franklin's version in 1967, “Release” is now listed on Rolling Stone's “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time,” and is just one of Franklin's songs that are in the GRAMMY Hall of Fame. Among other things, Aretha Franklin also has an asteroid, “249516 Aretha,” named after her. The chords in “Respect” are mostly straightforward, however, with a key change in the solo part, they get a little more complicated.

DIFFICULTY
Hard
Medium
Hard
Medium
INSTRUMENTS
Voice
Piano
Electric Guitar
Bass Guitar
Small Percussion
Percussions
Drums
LENGTH
02:21
KEY
C
CHORDS
C
F
G
F#m
B
GENRES
R&B
Jazz & Blues
Before 2000s
SONG STRUCTURE
Intro
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Verse 1
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Chorus 1
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Verse 2
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Chorus 2
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Verse 3
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Chorus 3
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Guitar Solo
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Verse 4
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Chorus 4
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Verse 5
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Outro
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