Head Over Feet – Alanis Morissette

Course: Modernizing the Cuatro: Abraham Sarache

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The song “Head over Feet” was composed by Alanis Morissette and appeared in the album Jagged Little Pill in 1995. The instant success of the song did not come without it’s criticism, but the song just as the album prevailed. The song itself is about a couple who are not only best friends, but also lovers and the song can be considered as one which can be softer than others found in the same album Jagged Little Pill.

In this cover, Abraham Sarache makes use of the simplicity of the song to bring out the best of it. This song is ideal for beginners who are beginning to explore the possibilities of producing their own covers with the Cuatro. Take a close look as Abraham demonstrates how the Cuatro can be used to interpret this song.

Head Over Feet – Alanis Morissette

Interpretation by Abraham Sarache


Estrofa Head Over Feet



Head Over Feet Chorus


As you can see in this song, the chords are relatively simple as they pass through the different positions along the fretboard of the instrument. Different chords are played in their different positions and Abraham makes use of these changes to follow the songs changes in intonations.

Don’t be afraid to sing along if you know the lyrics!

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