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Adams Bryan, Tonight I Died And Gone To Heaven Chords (ver.1)

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Tonight I Died And Gone To Heaven Chords (ver.1)

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                Bryan Adams

Thought I Died and Gone to Heaven (from the album "Waking up the Neighborhood")
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CAPO ON 4th FRET!

*Note that the chords below are not the actual chords, but rather their
 fingerings up on the fourth fret.  So, for instance, where it says to play
 an Em, you are really playing an Ab-minor, but I decided to call it Em since
 that is how you finger it at the 4th fret.

INTRO: Em Esus4 G6   G6 Esus4 Em  G6 Esus4 Em

Love it's forever as I lie awake beside you
Em		       G6

I believe there's no heaven no highway
  Em                           G6

For the lonely

But I was wrong crazy
	  C     C/F

It's gotta be strong it's gotta be right
	      C                 C/F

Only wanted to stay a while (whoa-whoa)
G/D	       C/F

Only wanted to play a while (whoa-whoa)
G/D            C/F

'Til you taught me to fly like a bug whoa whoa baby
G/D                   F          C/F

Thought I died and gone to heaven
C                          C/F

Such a night I've never hurt before yeah yeah
C                       C/F

Thought I died and gone to heaven
C                          C/F

'Cause what I got there ain't no cure for
F                                C/F


REST OF SONG CONTINUES THE SAME WAY.

CHORD FORMATIONS:
Em     4 6 6 4 4 4 (Actually an Ab-minor I think)
Esus4  4 6 6 6 4 4 (Actually an Absus4 I think)
G6     7 6 4 4 x x 
C      4 7 6 4 5 x (Actually an Ab-minor + 5 I think)
C/F    4 7 7 6 5 x (Actually a Dbm+5 I think)
F      x x 7 6 5 5 (Actually a Dm9+7 I think)
G/D    7 6 4 4 7 7
            
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