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Old Love chords

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OLD LOVE                (E.Clapton, R. Cray)


[Verse 1]

                Am7     Dm7                    G+  G
                        I can feel your body
                Am7     F/Dm7                 G+  G
                        When I`m lying in bed
                Am7     Dm7                  G+  G
                        There's too much confusion
                Am7     F/Dm7        G+             G
                        Going around through my head


[Pre-Chorus]

                        F                        E7
                        And it makes me so angry
                                                     Am Am- Am7 D7
                        To know that the flame still burns
                        F                     E7
                        Why can't I get over?
                                         F      E7 . . . .
                        When will I ever learn


[Chorus]

                            Am7 Dm7 G+ G           Am7 Dm7  G+ G
                        Old love,         leave me alone
                            Am7 Dm7 G+ G        Am7 Dm7  G+ G
                        Old love,         go on home


[Verse 2]

                Am7     Dm7                 G+  G
                        I can see your face
                Am7     F/Dm7                      G+  G
                        But I know that it's not real
                Am7     Dm7                  G+  G
                        It's just an illusion
                Am7     F/Dm7                        G+  G
                        Caused by how I used to feel


[Pre-Chorus]

                        F                        E7
                        And it makes me so angry
                                                           Am AM- Am7 D7
                        To know that the flame will always burn
                        F                    E7
                        I'll never get over
                                                   F      E7 . . . .
                        I know now that I'll never learn


[Chorus]

                            Am7 Dm7 G+ G           Am7 Dm7  G+ G
                        Old love,         leave me alone
                            Am7 Dm7 G+ G        Am7 Dm7  G+ G
                        Old love,         go on home


                G+  == 355533
                Am- == x02110

            
            
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mater99 90 Mar 27, 2009 06:26 PM

That G+ isn't G+ xD it's Gadd9 no?

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Jarom!r 223 Oct 03, 2010 12:31 PM

the G+ is a Gsus4 if you ask me

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dashrockstone 10 Mar 19, 2011 04:58 PM

Just a couple of things I see as errors (or possibly not, but different than the way I play it and different than the way I've seen EC play it as well).

The "G+" should actually be a G7 sus4. 3-5-3-5-3-3

Try it that way, going from the G7 sus4 to a Gmaj barre chord. I think you'll appreciate how nicely it sounds. I play all of these as barre chords with the exception of the E maj, and it sounds really good on acoustic this way.

The "Am-" chord is actually called an Am Maj7. (Really good as a passing chord between Am and Am7. Not sure I've ever seen anyone other than Clapton and George Harrison use it extensively. But I digress.

Other than that, it's a fantastic chord chart and saves me from having to type it up myself for my student wanting to learn this song. :)

Thanks.

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