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Love Remains Tabs

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Raye Collin
 Sarah Overment            Brian Pastor               T.Douglass, J.Daddario
                            Bill Mason                    I Think About You

Brian's Note:
  Sarah Overment did a great job in transcribing this one but I had to
replace a few chords. Instead of the D chord,  I used a G/B which will
give you the sound needed to match the CD. This is a great song!  

Bill's Note:
  Thanks to both of you for doing such a good job.  Here are some extra
corrections I found.  I found some uses of G and G into D rather than
the just the D like Sarah thought.  I also added the intro and solo and
made a few more minor changes.  

                           Love Remains
                            Collin Raye

G    D    C 

        (Verse 1)

         G             G/B                         C           G
We are born, ....

       G            G/B          C                     G    D

       Em         D              C                    G  D            G

        (Verse 2)


Em                                   C
Kingdoms come ...

  D                                G    D/F#

    Em                                         C

D                          G    D      C


G   G/B   C   G D/F# Em D C    G D G

         (Verse 3)

         G                   G/B

         C             G


         C            G     G/F#

              Em D               C

            G   D     G

    Em     D           C
An eternal   .....

        G     D       C             D    C D/F# G

Sarah's Note:

Well, that's about it...when you play the D try alternating between
000232 and 000230 to add a little style. This may be wrong, but it's hwo
i play it, ok? :o)

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