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Gary Moore, Always Gonna Love You Chords (ver.1)

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Always Gonna Love You Chords (ver.1)

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                This is my version of Gary Moore's "Always gonna love you". It's arranged for
guitar. First listen to the song before you start playing. 

The chords used are:

Em: 022000
D:  xx0232
C:  x32010
G:  320001
Am: x02210


Verse 1:

Em            D           C            G
It's not the same when I look in her eyes.

Em      D          C      G
The magic's not there.

Em           D     C    G
And when I look, I realize

Am                    D
what we could have shared.


Chorus

C                  G
I'm always gonna love you,

                    D
if loving means forever.

C                  G
I'm always gonna want you.

                       D
I don't think I could ever

       C          D     Em
just forget the love we had.


Verse 2: (chords are the same as in verse 1)

It's not the same when she's here in my arms,
or the smile on her face.
And even though with all of her charms,
she can't take your place.

Chorus:

I'm always gonna love you,
if loving means forever.
I'm always gonna want you.
I don't think I could ever
just forget the love we had.

Verse 3: (same as verse 1+2)

It's not the same when I look in her eyes.
The magic's not there.
And when I look, I realize
what we could have shared.



I'm always gonna love you,
if loving means forever.
I'm always gonna want you,
if loving means forever.


I'm always gonna love you,
if loving means forever.
I'm always gonna want you,
if loving means forever.


I'm always gonna love you.
            
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