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Against All Odds Chords

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AGAINST ALL ODDS – PHIL COLLINS
By Broomy - UK

INTRO - (Ebm) - (Ab)   X 2

(Bbm)                  (Cm)    
How can i just let you walk away, 
             (C#)            (Ebm)
just let you leave without a trace
       (F#)              (Ab)             (Fm) (Bbm)
When i stand here taking every breath with you, ooh
           (Ebm)         (F#)            (Ab)                    
You're the only one who really knew me at all
(Bbm)                 (Cm)
How can you just walk away from me,
        (C#)                   (Ebm)
When all i can do is watch you leave
          (F#)                (Ab)             (Fm)            (Bbm)
Cos we've shared the laughter and the pain and even shared the tears
           (Ebm)          (F#)            (Ab)                    
You're the only one who really knew me at all
                     (C#)                    (Eb)
So take a look at me now, oh there's just an empty space
            (Bbm)                 (F#)                                     
And there's nothing left here to remind me,
         (Ebm)          (Ab)
Just the memory of your face
                       (C#)                     (Eb)
Ooh take a look at me now, well there's just an empty space
               (Bbm)           (F#)
And you coming back to me is against all odds
           (Ebm)            (Ab)
And that's what i've got to face

(the rest of the song follows the same pattern)
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BobaloC wrote on April 26 2008, 03:06 pm

I found that you can play it pretty much exactly the same, and its easier, it you use a capo on the first fret and work around that. Anyway, if I get time i'll make my own version to show everyone what I mean.

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bJoelFan13 wrote on May 6 2008, 03:50 pm

completely agree....the chords are perfect but the song is incredibly easy with a capo on the first fret...id definitely recommend playing it like that. But a 5 star tab!

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turner_uk wrote on January 5 2010, 07:31 pm

Yep, capo is easier if you have one. Ebm is a pain in the backside.
For the beginners who don't understand the 2 previous posts. If you put a capo on the first fret and then play these chord shapes instead of the ones stated; Am,Bm,C,Dm,F,G,Em,Am,Dm,F,G for the verses. C,D,Am,F,Dm,G for the chorus.

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