Leann Rimes Soon chords
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Soon LeAnn Rimes I Need You Transcribed by: Steven P. C x32010 C x35553 Am x02210 Fadd9 13x213 Dm xx0231 Csus x33011 Csus x35563 F 133211 Cadd9 x32030 Bb x13331 Esus 022200 E 022100 Asus x02230 D/F# xx4232 Gsus 3x0013 Gsus 355533 Absus 466644 Db x46664 Bbm x13321 Gb 244344 Ebm x68876 Csus2 Verse 1 C Am Fadd9 Soon, baby I will cry my last tears, soon, yeah Dm I will be over you C Am Soon, darling all these tears won't be here Fadd9 Soon, yeah Dm Csus You know that I will be over you soon Verse 2 C Am One night, baby, you won't be in my dreams F Dm One night, yeah, I'll finally make it through C Am One night, darling, I won't call out your name F I won't be in this pain Dm Csus I will be over you soon Chorus 1 F Soon as the mountains turn to rivers C Cadd9 Soon as the sea turns into sand Bb Soon as the sun comes up at midnight C Csus That's how soon and F All the hurt will end C But 'til then I'll just pretend Esus E Asus Am It will be o - ver, o - ver D/F# Gsus Am Gsus I keep telling myself I'll for - get you someday soon C Soon Am F Dm Csus Chorus 2 F Soon as the mountains turn to rivers C Soon as the sea turns into sand Bb Soon as the sun comes up at midnight C That's how soon and F All the hurt will end C But 'til then I'll just pretend Esus E Asus Am It will be o - ver, o - ver D/F# Gsus Absus Db I keep telling myself I'll for - get you someday soon Baby Outro Chorus Bbm Gb I will cry my last tears soon - soon Ebm You know that I will be over you Db Bbm Soon, darling, I won't call out your name Gb I won't be in this pain Ebm Db I will be over you soon Gb Db I'll be over you soon, baby Gb Db I'll be over you soon - soon Gb Absus Db Oh I'll be over you soon This is my interpretation of the song and is what I hear. Since U-G doesn't always include the correct chord voicings, I have included all of them in this transcription. Please feel free to experiment with your own chord voicings. Quite a few chords on this song. On some of them, I've included duplicates. The first is an open chord and the second is a barre version. Listing more than one version of the same chord gives you the opportunity to stay in the same area of the neck for greater efficiency. Due to the vast number of chords used in this song, I have set the difficulty to intermediate. Intermediate and better guitar players should have no problem playing this song.