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After All This Time Chords

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Capo: Guitar 1: 6th fret
      Guitar 2: 11th fret

Chords: Guitar 1    
   C   G/C  Am/G  F   F/G   C/D  F/D
e  0   3     3    1    1     0    1
A  1   1     1    1    1     3    1
D  0   0     0    2    2     0    2
G  2   0     2    3    3     2    0
B  3   2     0    3    X     3    X
E  X   3     X    1    3     X    X      

Chords: Guitar 2
   C   G   G/E  Am/G  G/D    D   C/D
e  0   3    3    0     3     2    0
A  1   3    3    1     3     3    1
D  0   0    0    0     2     2    0
G  2   0    2    2     0     0    0
B  3   2    2    0     0     0    0
E  X   3    0    X     2     X    X
*Guitar 2 chords are indicated in parenthesis. Figure it out.

Verse I
         C                G/C              Am/G             G
After all the broken stones that were thrown for no good reason
     F                       F/G                  C
Inside she is loving him still, after all this time
                   G/C               Am/G               G
And though her heart, bears the scars, no sign of healing
           F                       F/G                  C-C/D-C-C/D
It's alright she is loving him still, after all this time

F(C)                          F(C)  
Trying to push the past away, still waiting for the lights to change
C(G)                         C(G)
Try, try for the sake of their pride, pride
F(C)                                  F(C)
Learning to barely feel the pain, the thicker the skin the less the strain
    Am/G(G/E)             G(D)           F(C)                C(G)
And though it's really hurting she ain't breaking, breaking, breaking
F/D(Am/G)                    F(C)             C-G/C-Am/G-G/C (G-G/D-G/E-G/D)
'Cause she's loving him still, after all this time

Verse II
            C(G)               G/C(G/D)      Am/G(G/E)     G(D)
Now he knows, his weakness shows, selfish soul, never changing
          F(C)                            F/G(F/D)             C(G)
That's fine, well 'cause she's loving him still, after all this time
                     G/C(G/D)                     Am/G(G/E)
And to the outside eye, you see a family getting by
                        G(D)                        F(C)
And it all seems perfect, and that's how she wants it
                            F/G(F/D)                 C-C/D-C-C/D (G) 
'Cause she's loving him still, after all this time

Repeat Chorus

After all this time....
      G/C(D)                         F/D-F-G/C (Am/G-C-D)
After all, after all, after all this time

Verse III
        (G)        (G/E)         (Am/E)                     (D)   
Bones have to grow and age it shows, though we try and hide it

          (C)                (C/D)                C(G)
Inside, she's loving him still, after all this time
                       G/C(G/D)                          Am/G(Am/E)
And behind his tired eyes, she sees the boy with his arms wide
                            G/C(D)           F(C)
Who made her feel like an angel, oh that's why
                      F/G(C/D)                    F(C)
She is loving him still, for the rest of her life
                      F/G(C/D)                    F(C)
She is loving him still, for the last of many miles
                      F/G(C/D)             C
She is loving him still, after all this time.
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Callumsmith 52 Jun 10, 2007 11:28 AM

i think you have the right idea but a few BIG mistakes - try the capo on 4th, same chords though - also - wtf, there arent two guitars, the high pitch is just the 3-3 from all the G's and G/C's etc..still, the chords are nearly there, keep it up.

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polacoliam 483 Aug 29, 2011 02:25 PM

I couldn't agree more with this colleague that posted before me. Capo on 4th sounds perfect, at least 'til where I played it.

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