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Over You Chords

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The other tab of this song doesn't really work well when playing the song. I'm sure that 
this version has the correct chords for it.
The only way to really get it to sound exactly like the song itself is to play it on a 
synth. So don't be afraid to add your own twist to this song.
It really is a beautiful song.

Make sure to listen to the song for timing, especially the chorus.

The chords that I use help make it sound more correct than using the standard chords. 
You can substitute them in if you really want to.
I use two versions of the the F, C, and G chord so I labelled them with a 1 and 2. The 
'2' chords are barre chords if that helps. The '1' chords are non-standard chords.
Where there is an "or", I personally use the first one, but the second option works just 
as well.
On the Bridge, there is a part where you can play a standard F barre chord or the Dm7 
Barre chord.

Chords used:
F1:   (xx0565)
F2:   (x.8.10.10.10.8)
F*:   (133211)
C1:   (x32010)
C2:   (8.10.10.9.8.8)
C/B:  (x22010)
G1:   (320033)
G2:   (355433)
Dm7:  (xx0211) or (x57565)
Dm9:  (x5355x)
Em:   (x79987)
Am:   (x02210)
Am7:  (x02010)
G7:   (320001) or (353433)
AbM7: (xx1113)
G9:   (320203)


Intro:
(F1 C G1 Dm7) x3
(F1 C G1)
(Dm9  G2) x4


Verse 1:
F1   C        G1     Dm7
Lay down your armour baby.
F1   C        G1     Dm7
No need to fight no more.
F1   C        G1     Dm7
Cause I've been wondering darlin'.
F1   C        G1
And we should just stop this war.

Dm9        G2
Cause it's alright.
Dm9           G2
Nothing lasts forever baby.
Dm9    G2
It's alright.
Dm9      G2
Now I can dance.


Chorus:
         C2 Em F2
Cause I'm over you.
Am               G1
This time is the last time.
  C2 Em F2
I'm over you.
Am         G1
That won't change.
       C2 Em F2
Said I'm over you.
Am7              G7
This time is the last time.
AbM7  G9  C
Always.


Verse 2: (Same as Verse 1)
I don't need no arguments,
Just walk through the door baby.
Sometimes I don't know what we're screaming about.
You lose yourself, I lose myself baby.
But it's alright.
Nothing lasts forever baby.
It's alright.
Now I can dance.


Chorus:
Cause I'm over you.
This time is the last time.
I'm over you.
I can change.
Said I am over love.
This time is the last time.
Always, my love.


Bridge:
Am                        G2
And maybe yeah, it took a long time
     (F* or Dm7)                    C1    C/B
When you're running from truths you can't find.
Am                 G2
And oh lord, I was in pieces
AbM7          G9
When love had gone.


Chorus:
But now I'm over you.
This time was the last time.
I'm over you.
I can dance.
Said I'm over love.
This time was the last time.
Always, always.

Said I'm over you.
This time is the last time.
I'm over you.
I can change.
Said I am over love.
This time is the last time.
For always.

[Resolve on C]
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anna.searight wrote on October 7 2013, 06:29 am

I think if you put a capo on the 2nd fret you can just play the normal chords? Works for me anyway.

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