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Only Love Can Break Your Heart Chords

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Only Love Can Break Your Heart : After the Goldrush : Neil Young

[Intro]

 G C F G G7 C F G
      
[Verse 1]
       
 G               C         F       G  
   When you were young and on your own
 G7         C       F   G      G7
 How did it feel to be alone   
 CM7                      F                       
 I was always thinking of games that I was playing
 CM7                F              
 Trying to make the best of my time

[Chorus]

 G7       F                   Em   
 But only love can break your heart
           Dm                  G    
 Try to be sure right from the start
 G7       F        Em                  
 Yes only love can break your heart    
              Dm                 G      
 What if your world should fall apart   

 G C F G G7 C F G

[Verse 2]
(same as verse 1)

 I have a friend I've never seen
 He hides his head inside a dream
 Someone should call him and see if he can come out
 Try to lose the down that he's found
       
[Chorus]

 G C F G G7 C F G
                
 G7       C           F     G   
 I have a friend I've never seen
 G7           C      F      G    
 He hides his head inside a dream
 G7        C        F          G                 
 Yes, only love can break your heart (x4 to fade)

Notes:

G7 chords are an attempt to capture the chord
changes being made:

320001  320000 332010   
      
Em How did it feel to be.
try them out, or else just sing over a G.
Key changed for playability. The actual stuff is, very roughly 

[Verse]

A D G A DM7 G3 DM7 G3
 
[Chorus]

G Fm (with an open first string) Em(add F) (022002) etc 
too much hassle, in our opinion.
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devans_24 10 Nov 11, 2006 07:44 AM

just wrong

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redg*tar3truth 10 Feb 15, 2007 01:30 PM

good. however, when you get to the chorus, modify the F to an Fmaj7 and the Em to an Em7... it has a much prettier and gentler sound than the F and Em7, and this is a very pretty song.

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swervin 20 Jun 11, 2007 07:27 PM

way off

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