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Hello everybody this song will played by some instruments like piano panflute etc 
hope u like it

[Intro] C#m-B-A-B-C#m ( x2 )

[Verse 1]

C#m                B
Every night in my dreams
 A         B
I see you I feel you
 C#m        B
That is how I know you
 A   B
Go on
 C#m              B
Far across the distance
 A            B
And spaces Between us
 C#m                  B
You have come to show you
A    B
Go on

 
[Chorus]

C#m         B
Near,..... Far
 A            B
Wherever you are
 C#m            B              A     B
I believe that the heart does go on
C#m         B
Once..... more
 A           B
You open the door
 C#m              B
And you're here in my heart and
 A            B            C#m
My heart will go on and on

[Intro] C#m-B-A-B-C#m 


[Verse 2]

 C#m            B
Love can touch us one time
  A           B
And last for a life time
 C#m         B  
And never let go 'til
 A         B
You're gone
 C#m          B
Love was when I loved 
 A            B
One true time I Hold to
 C#m        B  
In my life we'll always
 A    B
Go on


[Chorus]

C#m         B
Near,..... Far
 A            B
Wherever you are
 C#m            B              A     B
I believe that the heart does go on
C#m         B
Once..... more
 A           B
You open the door
 C#m              B
And you're here in my heart and
 A            B            C#m
My heart will go on and on

[INTRO] C#m - B - A - B - C#m - B - A - G#m - F#m - Fm

THEM YOU GO DOWN 1 TUNE SO 2 CHORUS WILL BE THIS WAY


[Chorus 2]
 
Fm     D#
You're here
 C#      D#
There's nothing I fear
 Fm            D#
And I know that my heart will
 C#  D#
Go on
 Fm     D#   C#     D#       
We'll stay forever this way
 Fm          D#
You are safe in my heart
 C#          D#                Fm
and my heart will go on and on.

THEM GOES A SOLO OF PIANO IF YOU WANT OR PANFLUTE OR FLUTE OR VIOLIN WITH THE SAME 
NOTES OF THE 2ND CHORUS

IF YOU WANT 2 PLAY THAT PART HAVE TO BE THIS WAY:
WITH RIGHT HAND U PLAY IN PIANO A# - D# - A# WITH LEFT HAND THE CHORDS OF 2ND CHORUS

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT alejoz87@msn.com
HOPE WE CAN BE GOOD FRIENDS ALSO IF YOU KNOW ONE SONG THAT YOU CAN TEACH ME ALSO ARE WELCOME
BYE TAKE CARE

            
            
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jamallin98 42 Dec 08, 2013 12:13 AM

Great song! bYou tabbd this well so I don't know why no one has voted yet (but I'll certainly give it 5 stars)

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jamallin98 42 Dec 08, 2013 12:30 AM, edited at 05:36 am

If anyone wants to make this song easier though, you could try using a capo on the 4th fret. Then you only need to play the chords Am G and F for the verses and choruses. On the other hand, this makes the key change chorus a pain to play unless you can master barre chords (Em, Dm and C#m for the bit leading up to, and C#m, B and A for the actual chorus). I hope that helps anyone who looked at this tab and thought "Oh my God this looks horrible to play".

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jamallin98 42 Jan 05, 2014 03:03 AM, edited on July 31 2014, 02:50 pm

Sorry, forget the last bit: the chords would be C#m, B and A after the key change if you're using a capo like I suggested.

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