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Storms Never Last Chords (ver.1)

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Storms Never Last Chords (ver.1)

Jessi Colter
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                STORMS NEVER LAST: JESSI COLTER (J. Colter) 4/4 - 110

This is the original title, solo recording, and in the original key,
Jessi Colter.


|%    |: Repeat the previous Chord & Measure of 4-counts.

INTRO: |C    |C7    |F    |%    |

CHORUS:

F           |%            |Bb    |%    |
Storms never last  do they baby?
C            |C7        |F    |%    |
Bad times all pass  with wind.
F           |%               |Bb     |%
Your hand in mine  steals the thunder.
   |C           |C7          |F    |%
And you make the sun  want to shine.

VERSE:

 |F                |%        |Bb       |%
I followed you down   so many    roads, baby.
 |C                       |C7               |F    |%
I picked wild flowers, and sung you soft sad songs.
   |F             |%                |Bb                |%
And every road you took I know, your search was for the truth.
       |C             |C7                |F    |%    |
And the clouds brewing now, won't be your last

CHORUS:

F           |%            |Bb    |%    |
Storms never last  do they baby?
C              |C7            |F    |%    |
  Bad times all pass  with the wind.
F           |%               |Bb     |%
Your hand in mine  steals the thunder.
   |C                  |C7          |F    |%
And your love makes the sun  want to shine.

Repeat CHORUS: (Vocal: Mm. . .)

CHORUS:

F           |%            |Bb    |%    |
Storms never last  do they baby?
C            |C7            |F    |%    |
Bad times all pass  with the wind.
F           |%               |Bb     |%
Your hand in mine  steals the thunder.
   |C            |C7          |F    |%
And you  make the sun  want to shine.

Repeat CHORUS: 2x (2nd in Fade Out, Vocal: Mm. . .)
            
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