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Love And Theft – If You Ever Get Lonely chords
IF YOU EVER GET LONELY By Love & Theft Originally by John Waite The intro riff is just a D chord with a hammer on with your pinky on the 3rd fret E string. Listen to the song for the timing. I fell in love with this song when I heard John Waite play it. It's going to be a HUGE hit for Love & Theft, I would have loved to see it be a hit for John. Enjoy. Feel free to send in any corrections. I am pretty sure it is correct. VERSE 1D(riff)Thanks for calling it's so good to hear your voiceGBut you keep breaking up in all the static and the noiseBm A DBut I keep listening 'cause I never had a chance when it came to youD(riff)I'd love to see you if you're ever out this wayGYou sound happy guess things are working out okayBm A DAnd I'm getting better at putting one foot in front of the otherPRE-CHORUSBm GAnd I know that California ain't to blameBm GAn I know there's a ton of people in LACHORUS #1D BmBut if you ever get lonely and you miss meG AIf you need someone to listenD BmEven if its only the sound of someone's voice who loves youG AThat you need to hear, you know where to find meDIf you ever get lonelyVERSE 2D(riff)Sounds like a good time going down at the other endGYou got a new love, got a new life a whole new set of friendsBm A DAre you listenin'? Do you expect me to pretend that I don't love youI don't love you CHORUS #2 into bridgeD BmBut if you ever get lonely and you miss meG AIf you need someone to listenD BmEven if its only the sound of someone's voice who loves youG AThat you need to hear, you know where to find meG Bm A DIf you ever get lonelyBRIDGEEm GWere you ever really listening'? Where you ever really there?SOLO AND REPEAT CHORUS #1 But if you ever get lonely And you miss me and you need someone to listen even if it's only the sound of someone's voice who loves you that you need to hear You know where to find me If you ever get lonely If you ever get lonely Tabbed by Claude Sawyer - firstname.lastname@example.org