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To Make You Feel My Love chords

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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
#------------------------------PLEASENOTE-----------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation
of the song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship,
or research. Please do not post anywhere else without authors pemission.
And If you would like to, JUST ASK! SirRemyCain@aol.com
#---------------------------------------------------------------------#
Due to the cut and paste deal, the rythem may be off.
(I.E. where the chords are located in comparason to the words.
But you should be able to figure it out.

To make you feel my love By Garth Brooks

(Verse 1)
 D                                  D/C#
When the rain is blowing in your face,
 C2                               G/B
And the whole world is on your case,
 Gm6/Bb                D
I would offer you a warm embrace,
 E7               A7       D
To make you feel my love.

(Verse 2)
D                                             D/C#
When evenin' shadows and the stars appear,
C2                                       G/B
and there is no one there to dry your tears,
Gm6/Bb                      D
I could hold you for a million years,
E7                A7        D
to make you feel my love,

(Bridge 1)
D/F#    G                                D/F#
I know you haven't made your mind up yet,
F#m            G                 D
but I would never do you wrong,
D/F#   G                                   D
I've known it from the moment that we met,
E7                                             A7
No doubt in my mind where you belong,

(Verse 3)
D                             D/C#
I'd go hungry, I'd go black and blue
C2                                G/B
I'd go crawlin'down the avenue,
Gm6/Bb                     D
There's nothing that I wouldn't do,
E7                A7       D
to make you feel my love,

(Solo)
D/C# - C2 - G/B - Gm6/Bb - D - E7 - A7 - D
(Bridge 2)
D/F#    G                              D/F#
The storms are raging on the rollin sea,
F#m           G               D
And on the highway of regret,
D/F#   G                                    D
The winds of change are blowin wild and free,
E7                                        A7
and you ain't see nothin' like me yet,

(Verse 4)
D                             D/C#
There's nothin that I wouldn't do,
C2                             G/B
Go to the ends of the earth for you,
Gm6/Bb                              D
make you happy make your dreams come true,
E7                A7               D
to make you fe-el m-y,       l-o-v-e.

Chords                           Short cut chord*
	D/C# =  x4x232          (D)
	C2 = x3xx3x               (C)
	Gm6/Bb = x1xx3x      (G)
	G/B = x2xx3x             (G)
	D/F# = 2xx23x            (D)

Being that these chords are difficult to play,
you can play normal chords instead of theses,
to get a feel for the song before trying the more difficult ones.
Of course it will not sound EXACT but it will sounud VERY close.
For example ---}   D/C#    =  D

Re-Typed Tabbed And Edited For Beginners by RemyCain

            
            
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Rocky Aldred 42 Sep 23, 2010 11:36 AM

I think this tab is so close to perfect it's sick but as I'm playing it I feel an F# works better than the F#m.

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