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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
                
 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
                
 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: the  G7 chords are an attempt to capture the chord
 changes being made.
    320001  320000 332010         
 eg 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 GIII DM7 GIII
 Chorus: G Fm(with an open first string) Em(addF) (022002) etc 
 too much hassle, in our opinion.
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devans_24 wrote on November 11 2006, 12:44 pm

just wrong

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redg*tar3truth wrote on February 15 2007, 06:30 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 wrote on June 11 2007, 11:27 pm

way off

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