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Sonnet
The Verve

Chords:
C     - x32010 or x32013
Em    - 022000 or 022003
Am7   - x02213
Fadd9 - xx3213
Fmaj7 - x33210
G     - 320033

Note: Verse Chords, hold down 3rd fret on the high E string.
      Am7 - hammer and pull off on 1st fret, B string


[Intro]

C  Em  Am7  Fadd9 x2


[Verse]

C
My friend and me 
Em                             Am7         Fadd9
Looking through her red box of memories 
C
Faded I'm sure 
Em                             Am7                Fadd9
But love seems to stick in her veins you know 


[Chorus]

Fmaj7                    G
Yes, there's love if you want it 
                    Em         Fmaj7
Don't sound like no sonnet, my lord 
Fmaj7                    G
Yes, there's love if you want it 
                    Em         Fmaj7
Don't sound like no sonnet, my lord 
Em Fmaj7
My lord 


[Instrumental]

C  Em  Am7  Fadd9


[Verse]

C
Why can't you see 
Em                         Am7            Fadd9
That nature has its way of warning me 
C
Eyes open wide 
Em                            Am7                 Fadd9
Looking at the heavens with a tear in my eye 


[Chorus]

Fmaj7                    G
Yes, there's love if you want it 
                    Em         Fmaj7
Don't sound like no sonnet, my lord 
Fmaj7                    G
Yes, there's love if you want it 
                    Em         Fmaj7
Don't sound like no sonnet, my lord 
Em Fmaj7
My lord  


[Bridge]

G                                    Fmaj7
Sinking fast within a boat without a hull 
Fmaj7
My lord 
G                                         Fmaj7
Dreaming about the day when I can see you there
Fmaj7            G            Fmaj7
My side 
Fmaj7            G            Fmaj7
By my side 


[Chorus]

Fmaj7        G                  Em    Fmaj7
Here we go again and my head is gone, my lord 
Fmaj7          G                              Em   Fmaj7
I stop to say hello 'Cause I think you should know by now
G  Fmaj7 
By now 
Em Fmaj7
By now 
G  Fmaj7
By now 
Em Fmaj7
By now 
G  Fmaj7
By now 
    Em Fmaj7
Oh, by now 
    G  Fmaj7
Oh, by now 
    Em Fmaj7
Oh, by now 
    G Fmaj7
Oh, by now 

Fmaj7  Strum C

Enjoy!

            
            
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joeyjokester 10 Nov 23, 2010 06:36 PM

Definitely alot better than the other 2 posts.

I am not sure I agree 100% with the fadd9's, I would make them fmaj7 But close enough.

He definitely plays C not Cadd5. I think in general, leaving the high E open sounds better for this whole song (except G chord).

I would play as the chords in this song:
Am7 = x02010
and C = x32010
and Em = 022000
then Fmaj7 and G

Also, A reason this tab is more accurate: you can clearly see when they do it live that they are doing fmaj7, not F, so this tab is more accurate.

Also, Thanks for the full lyrics.

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joeyjokester 10 Feb 22, 2011 04:13 PM

if you listen to the album, you can hear that these chords aren't 100%.

It starts off Cadd5 (x32013) then goes Em Am Asus2 (x0220) Am Asu2 Am Asus2 Fadd9 (xx3213)

then the chorus is F (x33211) G (320033) Em Fadd9... x2 Gadd4 (320013) Fadd9

as follows:

F                             G
yes there is love if you want it
Em
don't sound like no sonnet
Fadd9
My lord
Gadd4 Fadd9
My lord


the bridge: G Fadd9 Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2

as follows:

G                                   Fadd9 Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2 
Sinking fast within a boat without a hull
Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2
My lord
G Fadd9 Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2
Dreaming of day when I can see you there
Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2 G Fadd9 Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2
My side Whoo
Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2 G Fadd9 Gadd4 Fadd9 Fsus2
By my side Whoo


Then there is the next chorus: here we go again and my head is gone.... the chords there are identical to the previous chorus.

Lastly, the outro:

Fsus2 Gadd4 Fadd9
By now

After all of the by now's, he ends by playing

Fadd9 Fsus2 Gadd4 G a couple of times (3 times with the cd, 5 times live) it all depends on what the **** he wants to do....

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arun.narayanan 10 Aug 31, 2013 10:17 PM

This sounds better to me:

(C) Yes, there's love... (Em or G)
Don't sound like... (G or Em)
My Lord (F or Fadd9)

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