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Call Your Name chords

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B, G#m, Ebm, F# x2

B                          G#m           
You never said, you never said, you never said
              Ebm           F#
That it would be this hard
B                      G#m                       Ebm        F#
Love is meant to be forever, now or never seems to discard
B                         G#m             
There's gotta be a better way for me to say
       Ebm                 F#              
What's on my heart without leaving scars so
C#m                  F#
Can you hear me when I call your name?

G#m           Ebm
And when you fall apart
E                        B        F#
Am I the reason for your endless sorrow?
G#m         Ebm        E       B
There's so much to be said
G#m          Ebm
and with a broken heart
E                      B        F#
Your walls can only go down but so low
C#m                  F#
Can you hear me when I call your name?

B, G#m, Ebm, F# x2

B               G#m                       Ebm             F#
Complicated situations are the makings of all that's wrong
B                             G#m                  Ebm          F#
And I've been standing in the river of deliverance way too long
B                        G#m               
There's gotta be a better way for me to say
       Ebm                 F#
What's on my heart without leaving scars?
C#m                  G#m
Can you hear me when I call your name?
C#m                        F#
So, can you hear me when I call your name?

G#m           Ebm
And when you fall apart
E                        B        F#
Am I the reason for your endless sorrow?
G#m         Ebm        E       B
There's so much to be said
G#m          Ebm
and with a broken heart
E                      B        F#
Your walls can only go down but so low
C#m                  F#
Can you hear me when I call your name?

B                         G#m
You never said, you never said,
                    Ebm
You never said, you never said
      F#
(When I call your name)


B                         G#m
You never said, you never said,
                    Ebm
You never said, you never said
      F#
(When I call your name)
B                         G#m
You never said, you never said,
                    Ebm
You never said, you never said
      F#
(When I call your name)

G#m, Ebm, E, F# x2

Yeahhh

G#m           Ebm
And when you fall apart
E                        B        F#
Am I the reason for your endless sorrow?
G#m         Ebm        E       B
There's so much to be said
G#m          Ebm
and with a broken heart
E                      B        F#
Your walls can only go down but so low
C#m                  F#
Can you hear me when I call your name?
G#m           Ebm
And when you fall apart
E                        B        F#
Am I the reason for your endless sorrow?
G#m         Ebm        E       B
There's so much to be said
G#m          Ebm
and with a broken heart
E                      B        F#
Your walls can only go down but so low
C#m                  G
Can you hear me when I call your name?

Em, A, B 

 

            
            
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luis_c 149 Jul 18, 2009 01:26 AM

Wherever it says Gm its meant to be G#m...i've edited it and the correction should show up in the next few days

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DieWithHonor 51 Jul 18, 2009 03:12 AM

hey why not tuning the guitar half a step down like daughtry always does, and then:
B = C
G#m = Am
Ebm = Em
F# = G
C#m = Dm
E = F

it will sound better than bar-chords.

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msim825 36 Jul 18, 2009 08:48 AM

I play the song the way DieWithHonor does, and I agree. Its much better to drop half a step and use those chords. It's much cleaner and sounds better.

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