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Anyway chords

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Anyway
Paul McCartney

| G Em | C G | G Em | C G |

|G        Em     |C           G        |             
 . If you love me . won't you call me? 
|G           Em      |C           G    |
 . I've been waiting, waiting too long
|G       Em     |C          G        |
 . In my soul is . constant yearning
|G        Em      |      C            G          |
 . Always singing, (6/4) singing this song . . . 

|      Bm7           |Caug            |Am/F#         |Caug/G# |
 (4/4) . Only love is strong enough to take it on the chin     
|Am            |E7    |Am   | D | Am | D |
 . When did I begin to fall?

|D      |F#m    |Bm               |G    G/A G/B G/D |
 Anyway, anyway, you can make that call  (walkup)
|F#m             |Em7             |D              |
 You feel free to make yourself at home . . oh, oh  
|A       |D             |A               |
 . . . .  Ah . . . ah-ah-ah . . . Oh, oh, 

| G Em | C G | G Em | C G | G Em | C G | G Em | C G |
  oh

|G       Em      |C        G      |     
 . If we could be . closer longer 
|G            Em      |C            G    |    
 . That would help me, . help me so much
|G        Em       |C       G      |           
 . We can cure each other's sorrow 
|G           Em             |      C             G           |
 . Won't you please, please, (6/4) please get in touch? . . . 

|        Bm          |Caug         |Am/F#         |Caug/G#  |
 (4/4) . If a love is strong enough . it may never end     
|Am              |E7     |Am    |D           |Am       |D      |
 . Why would I pretend to fall?  . . . Woo-oo-oo . . .  . . . .

|D      |F#m    |Bm               |G    G/A G/B G/D |
 Anyway, anyway, you can make that call  (walkup)
|F#m             |Em7             |D              |
 You feel free to make yourself at home . . oh, oh
|A       |D             |A         |
 . . . .  Ah . . . ah-ah-ah . . .
|D      |F#m    |Bm       |G    G/A G/B G/D |
 Anyway, anyway, anyway at all   (walkup)
|F#m        |Em7              |D <>   |
 Anyway that you can make that call


Caug    = xx2110
Am/F#   = 2x2210
Caug/G# = 4x2110 (But can anybody play that cleanly? I sure can't.)

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I write chord charts for my own use as a rhythm guitarist. I don't 
claim they are the "right" way. They're not intended to be taken 
as tabs - which notate exactly how a song was played on a recording.
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DiddyD 13,051 Jul 21, 2016 10:23 AM

Very good tab.
I find this shape easier for the Caug/G# = xx6554

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rolandboss600 10 Aug 16, 2016 10:49 PM

excellent tab.

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belyakov 10 Jun 09, 2017 10:21 PM

nice

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