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Eric Clapton, Born In Time Tabs (ver.1)

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Born In Time Tabs (ver.1)

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                Eric Clapton - Born In Time

Intro:  E  C#m  F#m  Am  E

E
In the rolling night
                          C#m
In the stardust of a pale moonlight
                        F#m
I think of you in black and white
   Am                        E
when we were made of dreams

E
I walked alone through the shady streets
            C#m
Listening to my heart beat
              F#m
In the record breaking heat
    Am                   E
When we were born in time

E            B                A            E
Just when I thought you were gone You came back
E               B          E
Just when I was ready to receive you
                           B
You were smooth you were rough
          A          E
You were more than enough
E        F#m             B
Ahh baby why did I ever believe you
A
I believe you

      E
In the rising curse
                                  C#m
And the wings of nature will test every worth
                         F#m
I took you close and I felt the reason
  Am                E
And we were born in time

SOLO

E           B            A            E
Just when I knew who to find you went back
E           B               E
Just as the fire light was gleaming
         E             B
You were snow you were rain
         A                   E
You were strife and you were pain
E          F#m                 B
Oh baby can it be you’ve been scheming
      A
Or was I dreaming

                 E
In the wings of mystery
                    C#m
In the foggy weather destiny
                      F#m
You're still so deep inside of me
   Am                E
And we were born in time


Outro:  E  C#m  F#m  Am  E

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