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So Amazing Chords (ver.1)

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So Amazing Chords (ver.1)

Luther Vandross
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                The original is in Bmajor. I have written it in C, one half step up. 
If you want to play along with the original tune your guitar down one half step 
(commonly known as Eb tuning)
The E11 chord is played as a regular D major open chord with an E bass,
 ie an open sixth string as the bass note, this will give you E11.
The G11 can be played as an F chord with a G bass (G being 3rd fret 6th string).
There is a key change at the end but I have left this out.
 if you figure these chords then, then you can figure out the key change.

Intro C            E11

VERSE
C          Am7    Em7        F
Love has truly   been good to me
Em7       F
Not even one sad day
G11
Or minute have I had since you've come my way
C       Am7      Em        F
I hope you know I'd gladly go
Em7    F
Anywhere you'd take me

CHORUS
G11
It's so amazing to be loved
    Dm7               G11
I'd follow you to the moon in the sky above

INST BREAK
C  Am7 Em7 F Em7 F  E11


VERSE 2
Got to tell you how you thrill me
I'm happy as I can be
You have come and it's changed my whole world
Bye-bye sadness, hello mellow
What a wonderful day

CHORUS 2
It's so amazing to be loved
I'd follow you to the moon in the sky above

BREAK 2
BRIDGE SECTION
              Em7       F
And it's so amazing, amazing
               Em7      F
I could stay forever, forever
                 Em7            F     
Here in love and no, leave you never
                  Em7      E11
'Cause we've got amazing love


               Em7      F
Truly it's so amazing, amazing
                   Em7      F
Love brought us together, together

                   Em7      F
I will leave you never and never
                  Em7      E11
I guess we've got amazing love
            
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