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Behind That Locked Door Chords (ver.2)

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Behind That Locked Door Chords (ver.2)

George Harrison
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                Written:  George Harrison
I%27d_Have_You_Anytime#.22Behind_That_Locked_Door.22 [3]
Style:    Waltz-tempo

Tuning:   Standard Tuning.

Chords:
D            =========== XX0232
G            =========== 320003
C            =========== 332010
Am           =========== X02210
Bm           =========== X24432
F            =========== 133211


Alternate Take version: No Capo
Final recorded version: Capo 1


Intro: 
| D G C D | D G C D |


Verse 1:
                  C    G
Why are you still crying,
                   Am
Your pain is now through.
       D             C     G
Please forget those teardrops,
                      F  C  D
Let me take them from you.
                 C       G
The love you are blessed with,
                     Am
This world's waiting for.
   D             C     Bm      Am
So let out your heart, please, please,
                        G C G D   G C G D


Verse 2:
                    C   G
It's time we start smiling,
                    Am
What else should we do.
     D         C     G
With only this short time,
                       F  C  D
I'm gonna be here with you.
                       C      G
And the tales you have taught me,
                    Am
         D             C      
Makes me want out your heart, 
Bm      Am
please, please. 
                        G C G D  G C G D


Instrumental Solo:
|C   G|G  Am|
|D   C|C   G|
|G   G|G   G|
|G   F|C   D|

Verse 3:
                C     G
And if ever my love goes,
                   Am
If I'm rich or I'm poor.
        D         C      Bm      Am
Please let out my heart, please, please,
                         G C G Am 
                         G C G Am  D  G


[End]


Notes:
1. Minor but important chord changes added.
2. Key change occurs between early and later versions.
3. "Writing a few years later in his book The Beatles Forever, Nicholas Schaffner 
viewed the “Dylanesque numbers” as “somewhat overshadowed” by those with the 
obvious Phil Spector production qualities, but identified them as being “far more 
intimate, both musically and lyrically, than the rest of the album”.[38]"
            
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