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George Harrison, Learning How To Love You Chords (ver.1)

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Learning How To Love You Chords (ver.1)

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Key: F#
Intro: A#m7 Am7 G#m7 G#m6add9

F#	    F#m7		F#7
While all is still in the night
C#m	C#m7		C#m7
And silence starts its flow
F#7			B
Become or disbelieve me
A#m7 			
Left alone with my heart
	G#m7 		G#m6add9
I'm learning how to love you

F#	    F#m7	F#7
While waiting on the Light
C#m	C#m7		C#m7
How patience learned to grow
F#7			B
Endeavor could relieve me
A#m7 			
Left alone with my heart
	G#m7 		G#m6add9
I know that I can love you

F#m7	  G#m		   F#m7	   G#m	
Love you like you may have never been
GDim	  G#m		   GDim	   G#m	
Move you more ways than you have seen
E7M
To a point in the time where we see so much more
G7M
Than the ground that we touch
	   F#m7     G#m6add9
With each step so unsure

F#	    F#m7	F#7
As teardrops cloud the sight
C#m	C#m7		C#m7
Your eyes may never know
F#7			B
No truth could ever fear me
A#m7 			
And left alone with my heart
 	G#m7 		G#m6add9
I'm learning how to love you.

Guitar solo:

F#	    F#m7		F#7
C#m	C#m7		C#m7
A#m7 			
 	G#m7 		G#m6add9

F#m7	  G#m		   F#m7	   G#m	
Love you like you may have never been
GDim	  G#m		   GDim	   G#m	
Move you more ways than you have seen
E7M
To a point in the time where we see so much more
G7M
Than the ground that we touch
	   F#m7     G#m6add9
With each step so unsure

F#	    F#m7	F#7
As teardrops cloud the sight
C#m	C#m7		C#m7
Your eyes may never know
F#7			B
No truth could ever fear me
A#m7 			
And left alone with my heart
 	G#m7 		G#m6add9	Gm6add9	F#m6add9 F
I'm learning how to love you.
            

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