Paul Mccartney – I Want To Come Home chords ver. 4

Chords
Transpose:
"I Want To Come Home"

Intro: Em---Em/D---C---Cadd9---C-------|
       Cmaj7---G---G7---C/G---Am/G----|G

___1st. Verse:

C G Am GFor so long I was out in the cold,
C Am Bmand I taught myself to believe every story I told.
Em Em/D CIt was fun hanging onto the moon, heading into the sun,
Cmaj7 G---G7---C/G---Am/G---Gbut it's been too long. Now I wanna come home.
___2nd. Verse:
C G Am Gmaj7/BCame so close to the edge of defeat.
C Am BmBut I made my way in the shade, keeping out of the heat.
Em Em/D CIt was fun shooting out at the stars, looking into the sun,
Cmaj7 Gbut it's been too long. Now I wanna come home.
___Bridge:
Em F#m B7 EmHome, Where's there's nothing but sweet surrender,
Am Em F Gto the memories from afar.
C F#m B7 EmHome, To the place where the truth lies waiting,
Am Em Dm7---G G---G7---C/G---Am/G---Gwe remember who we are.
___3rd. Verse:
C G/B Am G/BFor too long I was out on my own.
C Am BmEveryday I spent trying to prove I could make it alone.
Em Em/D CIt was fun hanging onto the moon, heading into the sun,
Cmaj.7 Gbut it's been too long. Now I wanna come home.
___Bridge: Em---F#m---B7------|Em
Am---Em---F--------|G(Home)
C---F#m---B7-------|Em Am---Em---Dm7------|G G---G7---C/G---Am/G---G (3 times) ___1st. Verse Repeat:
C G/B Am G(bass notes very quickly)
For so long I was out in the cold,
C Am Bmand I taught myself to believe every story I told.
Em Em/D CIt was fun hanging onto the moon, heading into the sun,
Cmaj7 Gbut it's been too long. Now I wanna come home.
C Cmaj7 GYeah, it's been too long, now I want to come home.
C Cmaj7 C7Been too long, now I want to come home.
G---G7---C/G---Am/G----|G---G7---C/G---Am/G----|G---G7---C/G---Am/G----|G
Note:This Transcript stays true to the bass notes played over various chords! With & songbooks not always providing chord voicing which,(in the beginning) is the way I learned in search of how to find/figure out the fingering of chords by just seeing/being given name of that chord, I got lucky one night while on a roll working with a chord book contained exactly the information I was looking for along with this information. "You will find that some of the chords have exactly the same notes as other chords named For example: C6 contains C-E-G-A, which are the same notes (when inverted) as those in the Am7 chord (A-C-E-G). In cases like this the correct naming of a chord usually can decided by determining the lowest note sounded in the music (the bass note)". In closing, the bass note doesn't always immediately & neccessarily reveal the chord played, for example: "C/G" or "Am/G", but it's the information above witch (over the years) been and continues to be enormously instrumental in letting me know I'm on the right when sitting down to figure out chords to songs I work on. Good luck to all and keep rockin'
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