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In The Future When Alls Well Chords (ver.1)

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In The Future When Alls Well Chords (ver.1)

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                This is the first time I've tried doing tab / chords, but I couldn't find a good one for 
song anywhere so I tried to do it myself. There are plenty of mistakes so feel free to 
and improve on it.

Intro riff:

E / Esus4  (or something similar)

Verse:

E
Armed with wealth and
Abm
The best of health
F#m                 Abm     B
In the future when all’s well

Intro riff

Verse:

E               Abm
I will lie down and be counted
F#m                Abm      B
In the future when all’s well

Pre Chorus:

C#m
Oooh Oooh

A
I thank you
A                          E
I thank you with all of my heart
A
I thank you
A                          E
I thank you with all of my heart

Chorus:
E    F#m    Abm
Lee, please stand up and defend me
A                   B
In the future when all’s well
E  F#m   Abm
Confront what you are afraid of
A              B
In the future when all’s well

Verse:
Every day I play a sad game called
In the future when all’s well
Living longer than I had intended
Something must have gone right

Pre Chorus:
I thank you
I thank you with all of my heart
I thank you
I thank you with all of my heart

Chorus:
Lee, please stand up and defend me
In the future when all’s well
Confront what you are afraid of
In the future when all’s well

-Solo-

Outro:

E       F#m     Abm
Hold me closely if your will allows it
A                  B
In the future when all’s well
E
Paired-off
F#m        Abm
Pawed till I can barely stand it
A             B           E    F#m   Abm
The future is ended by a long, long sleep
A             B           E    F#m   Abm
The future is ended by a long, long sleep
A             B           B7      E
The future is ended by a long sleep



Phil Hughes      October 06
            
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