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Limit To Your Love Chords

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James Blake - Limit To Your Love
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Forgive me if the chord names are wrong, i don't know musical theory
I just looked up the names of some chords that sound right to my 
untrained ear. You can also check out me playing it (complete with 
awful singing) on youtube:
---> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgTb6J50WYk

CHORDS 

G#m : 466xxx
A#m : 688xxx
C#m : x466xx
D#m : x688xx
G# : 4665xx
Cm : x355xx
Fm : x 8 10 10 x x
D#m : x688xx

These are all obviously barre chords but I only play the bottom few strings
(E, A, D, (G sometimes)) to get that bassy sound, and also because I 
don't think I've got exactly the right chords so they don't sound right 
if you play the top two/three strings.   


G#m A#m                          C#m D#m     C#m D#m G#m A#m   
                 There’s a limit to your love

C#m D#m             C#m D#m G#m A#m 

                           C#m D#m       C#m D#m G#m A#m   
Like a waterfall in slow motion

C#m D#m    G# G#m A#m

                          C#m D#m       C#m D#m G#m A#m  
Like a map with no ocean

Cm C#m   Fm D#m   Cm C#m

(messy chord bit...dunno...)
There’s a limit to your love
Your love, your love, your love


There’s a limit to you care
So carelessly there, is it truth or dare
There’s a limit to your care
There’s a limit to your love
Like a waterfall in slow motion
Like a map with no ocean
There’s a limit to your love
Your love, your love, your love

There’s a limit to you care
So carelessly there, is it truth or dare
There’s a limit to your care
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myoiden_ramre wrote on March 18 2011, 08:28 am

Thanks for the tab! During the sub-bass breakdowns you can just strum Bb5 (power chord). :)

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TheDreamIsOver wrote on April 2 2011, 07:31 am

nice! but i think the C#m should be C#maj. And it's easier if you put a capo on the first fret and play: G Am C Dm

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