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Drown In My Own Tears Chords

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For the Ray Charles version tune your guitar down half a step or simply play the chords down half a step ;)
The two chords you probably dont know are tabbed below.

     Aaug    Abdim
e-----5---------|
B--T--6---------|
G--A--6-------4-|
D--B--7-------6-|
A-----0-------5-|
E-----X-------4-|

[Verse]

A aug
It brings a

D    Aaug      D D7          G           Abdim
tear into my eyes, When I begin, To realize,
                D    F#m                Bm                   Em7            A7        Aaug
I`ve cried so much, Since you`ve been gone, I guess I`m drowning in my own tears,
           D Aaug                D D7           G                 Abdim
I sit and cry,    Just like a child My pouring tears Are runnin` wild
               D     F#m           Bm                    Em7          A7             
If you don`t think You`ll be home soon I guess I`ll drown in my own tears
          G                Abdim      D     A7        D D7
I know it`s true Into each life Some rain, rain must pour
         G               Abdim         Em7              A7
I`m so blue Here without you It keeps raining More and more
          D    Aaug   D D7     G                   Abdim
Why don`t you Come on home Oh yes so I won`t Be all alone
              D    F#m            Bm 
If you don`t think You`ll be home soon I guess I`ll


D G
(drown in my own tears) Ooh, don`t let me
D G
(drown in my own tears) When I`m in trouble, baby
D G
(drown in my own tears) Oh, yeah, baby don`t let me
D G
(drown in my own tears)
D            A7 D
I guess I`ll drown in my own tears.
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Rickulele 40 wrote on September 13 2012, 01:06 pm

This is a great tab! The only suggestion I would make is to change F#m to F#7... the I-III7-vi progression is one of my favorites! And if you wanted to get fancy, you could add a descending bass line:

D F#7 Bm A G D/F#
I`ve cried so much, since you've been gone

Em7 A7 Aaug
I guess I'm drowning in my own tears

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pocohontas1 10 wrote on October 21 2013, 03:13 pm

Em7 is actually an E7.

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lucasdesouza1 10 wrote on June 27 2016, 09:16 am, edited at 10:34 am

yeah....actually this song is played in C# .... and it is Eb7 and not Ebm7.....and there is no F#7. It is a C. at the end pay atention to the Eb7 again ..... and to finalize there is a F#m6 preparing back to C#.......the chord in IV degree is added with a 7M sometimes...F#7M.......and there is one passing chord betwen VI and IV. so G#.......teh dominant chord in the beginig is G#75+.....
THANKS

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