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Never Alone chords

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Never Alone By Barlow Girl
Intro
Em | C | G | D 

Em              C     G   D 
i waited for you today
        Em         C   G   D 
but you didn't show no no no
  Em        C  G    D 
i needed you today 
    Em   C       G  D 
so where did you go
C
you told me to call
Em
said you'd be there
C
and though i haven't seen you
G       B7
are you still there


Chorus
Em                C
i cried out with no reply
Am             G     B7
i can't feel you by my side
Em                  C
i'll hold tight to what i know
       Am           G      B7
you're here and i'm never alone

bridge
(Em) | C | G | Am | Em | C | G | A?

Em              C       G    D 
And though i cannot see you
Em                C   G   D 
and i cant explain why
Em              C     G      D 
such a deep deep reassurance
Em            C       G    D 
you've placed in my life   oh

C
we cannot separate,
Em
your part of me
C
and though your invisible i'll
G         Am
trust the unseen

Chorus
Em                C
i cried out with no reply...

bridge
Em | C | G | Am | Em | C | G | Am

C
we cannot separate...

Chorus
Em                C
i cried out with no reply...

            
            
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GreenAsJade 10 Jan 10, 2011 01:51 AM

That "A?" is basically Am still, but with the rising melody line on top Amadd6 will sound good. In fact, Am Amadd6 is a good pair of chords to play there, because you get the rising E then F# at the right place...

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GreenAsJade 10 Jan 19, 2011 12:26 AM

More about that Am.

Later in the song there is Amadd6 sort of thing happening.

But in the first heavy "bridge" bit, both places where Am is written, it's actually Dadd9/F#

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GreenAsJade 10 Jan 19, 2011 12:27 AM

For some reason it didn't take my chord description of Dadd9/F#. This is 2x0230

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