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All Would Envy chords

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Song: All Would Envy (from Album: Live in Berlin, 2010)
Artist: Sting
Chord Analysis: Mats Fagergren (2017-02-08)
Comment: This chord version is based on Sting´s Live performance with The Royal Philharmonic
Concert Orchestra. OBS.. THE youtube version that can be found after the tabs down below, comes from an other
live performance with slightly different bridge chords , intro etc...!

Rythm: Bossa Nova
Use the chord instructions below:
[chordinfo]
           E,A,D,G,B,e                          
C#m9       x,4,2,4,4,(0)               
D#-9/G     3,x,2,3,4,x (alt. name Gm6(#5))
Badd11     x,2,2,4,4,(0)
Amaj7      x,0,2,1,2,0 alt. 5,x,6,6,5,x
F#m9       2,4,2,2,2,4
F#m9/E     0,4,2,2,2,4
D#m7-5     x,6,7,6,7,x
G#7sus4    4,6,4,6,4,4
G#7        4,6,4,5,4,4
G#13sus4   4,6,4,6,6,4
G#aug7/F#  x,x,4,5,5,4
G7-5       3,x,3,4,2,x
Dmaj7      x,x,0,2,2,2  alt x,5,7,6,7,5
C#7sus4    x,4,6,4,7,4
B6/C#      x,4,4,4,4,x

[intro]

C#m9 C#m9 C#m9 C#m9
C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G D#-9/G
C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G D#-9/G

[verse 1]

    C#m9
Old enough to be her dad
C#m9
But the young men were just mad
C#m9 Badd11       Amaj7
They nursed their grievances
Amaj7         F#m9
But she was flattered by his charm
F#m9       F#m9/E
It wouldn't do her any harm
F#m9/E D#m7-5        G#7sus4         G#7
They'd all had their chances

[verse 2]

   C#m9
He sent her flowers and limousines
C#m9
And she was treated like a queen
C#m9 Badd11       Amaj7
And anything she ever wanted
Amaj7         
Was no problem for a man like him
Amaj7 F#m9
And everyone expected soon
F#m9           F#m9/E
That she could ask him for the moon
F#m9/E D#m7-5         G#7sus4        G#7
If she would wear his ring

[verse 3]

   C#m9
Knowing glances from his friends
C#m9                            Badd11 Amaj7
In the homes at the weekends of high   society
Amaj7  F#m9
But he didn't give a damn
F#m9    F#m9/E           D#m7-5
He never felt more like a man
D#m7-5               G#7sus4              G#7
But all the time the clock was ticking

[chorus]

G#7           Amaj7
And all would envy
G#7sus4     G#7
The older man
G#7     C#m9                 Badd11
And his beautiful young wife
Badd11        Amaj7       G#7sus4
Yes, all would envy...

[interlude]

C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G D#-9/G

[verse 4]

  C#m9
In a house upon a hill
C#m9
She was there with time to kil
C#m9 Badd11  Amaj7        
She lived a life she'd only dreamed
Amaj7
But life was never what it seemed
Amaj7      F#m9
To all her friends that she'd ignored
F#m9  F#m9/E            D#m7-5
She'd deny that she was bored
D#m7-5              G#7sus4                   G#7
She had no time for dancing (no time for dancing)

[verse 5]

   C#m9
But the clock upon the wall
C#m9                    Badd11
That was ticking in the hall
Badd11     Amaj7  
Always reminded her
Amaj7          F#m9
That life was going on elsewhere
F#m9  F#m9/E                D#m7-5
But she was happy and she'd swear
D#m7-5                G#7sus4        G#7        
She wouldn't change a thing

[chorus]

G#7           Amaj7
And all would envy
G#7sus4     G#7
The older man
G#7     C#m9                 Badd11
And his beautiful young wife
Badd11   Amaj7  G#13sus4  G#aug7/F#   
Yes, all would envy...

[interlude]

C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G  D#-9/G
C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G  G7-5

[bridge]

    F#m9
Now it's 5 o'clock a.m.
F#m9                          F#m9/E
She must have spent the night again
F#m9/E                Dmaj7
With that old friend of hers
Dmaj7
She loves to dance
Dmaj7     F#m9
She's missing more and more these days
F#m9                          F#m9/E
But I'm still stuck in my old ways
F#m9/E                     Dmaj7              D#7sus4
Perhaps she needs a little more romance
F#m9
But the clock upon the wall
F#m9/E                 D#m7-5
Is still ticking in the hall
D#m7-5         G#7sus4               G#7
She must be home soon
G#7         Amaj7
And where a younger man would weep
Amaj7      B                         C#m  B6/C#  C#m
He takes a pill and goes to sleep

[chorus]

C#m           Amaj7
And all would envy
G#7sus4     G#7
The older man
G#7     C#m9                      Badd11      
And his beautiful young wife
Badd11         Amaj7      G#13sus4
Yes, all would envy

[outtro]

C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G  D#-9/G
C#m9 C#m9 D#-9/G  D#-9/G
C#m9







            
            
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SveaAgnes 25 Feb 19, 2017 04:17 PM

great chords, to a great song

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