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Author
Difficulty
intermediate
Since I Don’t Have You
Don McLean
Classics
Transcribed by: Steven P.


D       xx0232
G       320003
Em      022000
Am      x02210
Cm      x35543
C       x32010
E7      020100
Am7     5x555x
D9      x54555
GM7     3x443x


Intro
D  G  Em  Am 
D  G  Em  Am  D

Verse 1
G  Em              Am            Cm  D
I      don't have      plans and schemes
    G  Em              Am            Cm  D
And I      don't have      hopes and dreams
G  Em              Am        Cm    Am                 D
I      don't have      any - thing since I don't have you

Verse 2
G  Em              Am       Cm  D
I      don't have      fond desires
    G  Em              Am        Cm  D
And I      don't have      happy hours
G  Em              Am        Cm    Am      D          G
I      don't have      any - thing since I don't have you

Bridge
C                       G       Em    Am      D    G
I don't have happiness    and I guess I never will again
C                          G              E7
When you walked out on me     in came old misery
Am                           D
    And he's been here since then

Verse 3
    G  Em              Am          Cm  D
Now I      don't have      love to share
    G  Em              Am          Cm  D
And I      don't have      one who cares
G  Em              Am        Cm    Am       D             G
I      don't have      any - thing since I     don't have you

Outro
Em   Am   D  G  Em  Am  D  G  Am7  D9  GM7
You, you...

Continue singing “You” through the outro to end



This is my interpretation/version of the song and is what I hear.
Since U-G doesn't always include the correct chord voicings, I have
included all of them in this transcription. Please feel free to
experiment with your own chord voicings. I have rated this one as
intermediate, even though it uses a lot of open chords. It still
has one barre chord and the ending has three jazz chords using
standard fingerings. Even if you can't play the barre chord and the
jazz chords at the end, don't be afraid to play the rest of this
beautiful song. Practice the more difficult chords and you'll 
eventually get them.
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rlaw160 47 Apr 16, 2016 03:28 PM

Spot on! Your interpretation is exactly the same as the recording.

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