» » »

Kings Of Convenience, If I Ever Feel Better Chords (ver.1)

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

If I Ever Feel Better Chords (ver.1)

Kings Of Convenience Tabs
 Rating:
4.2/5 (5 votes)
If I Ever Feel Better lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast

WWW.AZCHORDS.COM | Kings Of Convenience Chords - If I Ever Feel Better Chords (ver. 1)


Capo 2nd Fret

C.                        Bm.
They say an end can be a start
                                           G.
Feels like I've been buried yet I'm still alive
                                C.
It's like a bad day that never ends

I feel the chaos around me
Bm.                        Em.
A thing I don't try to deny
            
I'd better learn to accept that
 Em        Em/Eb        Em7      G
There are things in my life that I can't control

 Am7                  D
They say love ain't nothing but a sore
G       G/f#   Em
I don't even know what love is
 Am7                        D   
Too many tears have had to fall
G                     G/f#         Em
Don't you know I'm so tired of it all
I have known terror dizzy spells
Finding out the secrets words won't tell
Whatever it is it can't be named
There's a part of my world that' s fading away
You know I don't want to be clever
To be brilliant or superior
True like ice, true like fire
Now I know that a breeze can blow me away
Now I know there's much more dignity
In defeat than in the brightest victory
I'm losing my balance on the tight rope
Tell me please, tell me please, tell me please...

Am7   D          G    G/f#   Em
If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know

 C
Hang on to the good days
Bm
I can lean on my friends
 G
They help me going through hard times
C    
But I'm feeding the enemy
Bm
I'm in league with the foe
Em                            Em   
Blame me for what's happening
         Em/Eb       Em7           G
I can't try, I can't try, I can't try...

Am7               D                   G   ( G/f# )  Em
No one knows the hard times I went through
If happiness came I miss the call
The stormy days ain't over
I've tried and lost know I think that I pay the cost
Now I've watched all my castles fall
They were made of dust, after all
Someday all this mess will make me laugh
I can't wait, I can't wait, I can't wait...

Am7   D          G    ( G/f# )   Em
If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know
If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know


 C                          Bm
It's like somebody took my place
                             G
I ain't even playing my own game
                        
The rules have changed well I didn't know
There are things in my life I can't control
C                         Bm
I feel the chaos around me
                        Em
A thing I don't try to deny
I'd better learn to accept that
 Em        Em/Eb      Em7           G
There's a part of my life that will go away

 Am7          D                  G    
Dark is the night, cold is the ground
                 G      G/f#     Em
In the circular solitude of my heart
As one who strives a hill to climb
I am sure I'll come through I don't know how
They say an end can be a start
Feels like I've been buried yet I'm still alive
I'm losing my balance on the tight rope
Tell me please, tell me please, tell me please...


If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know

If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know

If I ever feel better
Remind me to spend some good time with you
You can give me your number
When it's all over I'll let you know
            
Submit corrections

↑ Back to top | Kings Of Convenience Chords for If I Ever Feel Better. Lyrics for acoustic guitar and electric guitar. Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only