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One You Love Chords

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Chorded by GWiZ (gwiz665[ at ]gmail.com)

    Am   Em  F       Am
The mind has so many pictures
F           Am            F    E
Why can't I sleep with my eyes open
    Am   Em  F       Am
The mind has so many memories
F         Am             E                 Am
Can you remember what it looks like when I cry

    Am  Em   F        Am
I'm Trying, trying to tell you
F          Am       F         E
All that I can in a sweet and velvet tongue
    Am Em    F          Am
But no words ever could sell you
F           Am       E               Am
Sell you on me after all that I have done

Dm       G      F   A   Dm
I'm oooonly the one you love
Dm   E-Esus4      G       E
Am I ooooonly the one you love?

   Am Em  F            Am
The Lady Gloom and her hornets 
F        Am        F     E
circling round, is now before us, 
    Am   Em      F           Am
the screaming's done without moving
F          Am           E                Am
One little move and for sure you will be stung

    Am  Em   F     Am      F     Am
I'm singing "Oh, Jerusalem oh, Jerusalem
F              E 
See what he's picked up 
       Am Em         F               Am
in the paaark, let's f**k this awful art party
F                Am             E                 Am
Want you to make love to me and only to me in the dark

Dm       G      F   A   Dm
I'm oooonly the one you love
Dm   E-Esus4      G       E
Am I ooooonly the one you love?

 - Solo (verse chords) - 

C
We've traded in our snap shots
C                       G  C
We're going through the motions
  Dm               D
Into the view, I'm leaving you
     G        E                           Dm
Down Conduit Avenue into the early morning
                   Am
Into the early morning
    F   A  Dm
The one I love
        E-Esus4       Dm  E Am
Are you oooooonly the one I love?


Ok, a few notes:
When you do the E-Esus4, you shift back and forth with your pinky-finger and end on the
Esus4. I've stretched a couple of words, so that there is room for the chords. He sings
those words kind of long too. Some of the timing is a bit tricky, but once you've played
a few times through, it should stick. Remember to sing the last "one I love" on a monotonic A.

If you have any corrections or criticisms, do tell in the commentaries. 
Cheers, 
GWiZ.
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Maitinin wrote on February 4 2008, 07:35 pm

there are actually some chords that are pretty off

in the chorus (where he sings Am I the oooonly...)
it's not Dm G F A Dm, but this:
| Dm7 | Dm7 | C/g | C/g |
| A7 | A7/c# | Dm7 | Dm7 |

...and after the solo there are sevenths on the Dm's and D's, and on the third bar of G, so they'd be Dm7 and D7, and G7.

Also the last chorus variates a little:
| Dm7 | Dm7 | C | C |
| A7#5 | A7 | Dm7 | Dm7 |
| E | E | E | E |
| F | E | Am | Am...

hope you can use it :)

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GWiZ wrote on February 9 2008, 02:12 pm

I agree that the Dm's in the chorus may have to be F, but I'm not so sure about the C/g and the C. They sound really off when I play it.

And I absolutely agree that many of the chords are 7's, I just rarely write that down. :)

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boblaw wrote on April 17 2013, 04:22 pm

I agree with Maitinin - I picked this song apart on the piano and play it the same (C/g's and A7/c#'s). Great song. Thanks guys!

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