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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow Chords

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"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"
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[Verse 1]

C              Am                 Dm      G 
Tonight you're mine completely 
C             Am                           G 
You give your love... so sweetly 
    E         E7       Am             Am 
Tonight, the light of love is in your eyes 
Dm7          G                  C 
But will you love me tomorrow? 

[Verse 2]

C              Am       Dm      G 
Is this a lasting treasure 
C             Am               G 
Or just a moment's pleasure? 
 E         E7       Am             Am 
Can I believe the magic of your sighs? 
Dm7          G                  C 
Will you still love me tomorrow? 

F                     Em 
Tonight with words unspoken 
F                    C 
You say that I'm the only one 
F                     Em 
But will my heart be broken 
         Am              D7      Dm7   G7 
When the night meets the morning sun? 
[Verse 3]

C           Am              Dm      G 
I have to know... that your love 
C             Am               G 
Is a love I can ... be sure of, 
E               E7            Am             Am 
So tell me now, and I won't ask again  
Dm7                 G                  C 
Will you still love me tomorrow?  
Dm7                 G                  C 
Will you still love me tomorrow? 

On the Dm7`s he seems to play a 5th on top E then pull of to 3rd
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hellosexysailor wrote on October 11 2010, 06:27 am

theres a C7 just after the C in the bridge :)

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Nikogriego wrote on August 13 2011, 12:17 am

I believe what is labeled a Dmin is actually an F for the third chord. I think that she is playing an F throughout, except for the penultimate chord in the bridge. Dmin is the relative minor of F, but it sounds major, not minor. I agree there is a C7 in the bridge.

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Fluoxetine wrote on December 22 2012, 11:48 am

Really good, so well done you :)The only difference is I play the Dm7 as a barre chord.Happy Christmas :)

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