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Carole King - It's Too Late Chords

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It's Too Late Chords
Version #1
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notes: Carole King plays the piano and I just arranged the piano chords
for solo acoustic guitar here.  Note that you can substitue a D7 for the
D6 if you prefer the bluesy sound.  I'll put my chord voicing choices at
the bottom but this is all from ear so feel free to choose different

It's Too Late  (Carole King)

Am7    D6     (little riff notes E G A A A G E)      (2x)

Am7                               D6
Stayed in bed all morning just to pass the time
There's something wrong here there can be no denying
Am7                      Gm7                      Fmaj7
One of us is changing or maybe we've just stopped trying

|        Bbmaj7               Fmaj7
|And it's too late, baby, now it's too late
|Though we really did try to make it
|   Bbmaj7           Fmaj7              Dm7                E7sus4  E7
|Something inside has died and I can't hide and I just can't fake it

Am7                               D6
It used to be so easy living here with you
You were light and breezy and I knew just what to do
Am7                      Gm7                      Fmaj7
Now you look so unhappy and I feel like a fool


--instrumental built on alternate chord changes--

Dm7   Fmaj7   G7sus4   G7      Cmaj7      Fmaj7    Cmaj7      Fmaj7

Am7                               D6
There'll be good times again for me and you
But we just can't stay together don't you feel it too
Am7                      Gm7                      Fmaj7
Still I'm glad for what we had, and how I once loved you


Am7 =  x02010  or 575555
D6 =   200202  or x00777
D7 =   x54500  (it is really D13 -5 but it substitutes for D6 well)
Dm7 =  x57565
Fmaj7  xx3210
Bbmaj7 x13231
Gm7    353333
E7sus4 0797 10 7   or 020200
E7     079797      or 020100
G7sus4 353533
G7     353433
Cmaj7  x35453
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