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I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday Chords (ver.1)

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I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday Chords (ver.1)

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Intro:

(the intro is fairly layered, but here are the underlying chords...)


-C               E7              F              Fm    Fm6

-C       E7      Am     C7     

-Dm  Dm/C  E7     Am  Am/G  D7/F#      

-Fm      Em      Dm        G
                 (build-up to verse)


Verse:

    C                 E7                F                 Fm     Fm6
My love, wherever you are, whatever you are, don't lose faith
     
  C               E7      Am     C7     Dm  Dm/C  E7        Am  Am/G  D7/F#      
I know it's gonna happen some.......... day    to you...........................

Fm       Em      Dm      
  Please wait...                

G        C        C7
  Please wait....    oh-oh...

F          Fm         C
Oh.................  Wait.  Don't 

F         E7          G
lose faith.....             You say that the 



C              E7                F                      Fm       Fm6                              
day just never arrives, and it's never seemed so far away.         Still, I 

C               E7      Am     C7     Dm  Dm/C  E7        Am  Am/G  D7/F#      
know it's gonna happen some.......... day    to you...........................

Fm        Em         Dm            G
  Please wait, don't lose faith.............. 

Outro:

(for this part, power chords or barre chords can be used, or what I have tabbed 
below sounds nice as well...)

   C                          C  C# D   Eb                        Eb  D  C#
e|-0--------------------------X--X--X-|-X--------------------------X--X--X-|
B|-1--------------------------1--2--3-|-4--------------------------4--3--2-|
G|-0--------------------------0--0--0-|-0--------------------------0--0--0-|
D|-2--------------------------2--3--4-|-5--------------------------5--4--3-|
A|-3--------------------------3--4--5-|-6--------------------------6--5--4-|
E|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|

(As the outro continues, the chords can be turned into somewhat like 9th chords.  
Sounds pretty accurate to the recording.)

   Cadd9                    C  C# D   Ebadd9                   Eb D  C#
e|-3--------------------------3--4--5-|-6--------------------------6--5--4-|
B|-3--------------------------3--4--5-|-6--------------------------6--5--4-|
G|-0--------------------------0--0--0-|-0--------------------------0--0--0-|
D|-2--------------------------2--3--4-|-5--------------------------5--4--3-|
A|-3--------------------------3--4--5-|-6--------------------------6--5--4-|
E|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
            
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