Song Info
Released October 26, 2010 for Rock Band
The Doors Greatest Hits: Special Edition
2792 users have this song ($2)    
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Genre: Classic Rock
Album: The Soft Parade (1969)

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Full Band
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Good song, but gets awkward on keys in places. Saxy Man
Touch Me is a good song, but the chord changes can affect how much fun you have with it if you're like me and you're still having trouble using your thumb on keys. The main problem with this song is the verse patterns. It switches back and forth between a fun, moving single note line and an awkward chord pattern. This chord pattern to be specific:

G-R-Y
G-R-Y
G-R-B
G-R-Y
G-R-O
G-R-B
G-R-Y
G-R-B

If you're like me, you'll try to do this moving your pinky from B to O, making it very awkward. However, this only makes up probably 10-15 seconds total of the song. The rest of the song is fun to play. 4/5
01.31.11 6:07am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
It's ok, but not great. Vampire-Jekyll
Here we have a very chord heavy song that every once in awhile will send you a string of ascending triplets. The triplet parts are incredibly fun to play but the ho-hum chord parts just bog the song down. The fact that there's not a decent guitar solo to be found doesn't help. All in all the good parts are so few and far between for this song to warrant a purchase.
11.08.10 7:27pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Awesome Caleb
The best free Doors song yet.
It's not 6+ minutes long! *YAY*
It's actually more challenging than I remembered. It's got complicated chord sections, and a really awesome chorus with lots of ho/pos.

I really recommend this one.
10.27.10 9:49pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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