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Bread - If (Chord)
Submitter: palamin0 (160) on 1/8/04 1 comment
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Artist: Bread
Title:  If
chords by: palamin0 at countrytabs.com



Bread - If


   (capo 2nd fret)



(verse 1)
       D                A 
If a picture paints a thousand words,
     Am7               G
Then why can't I paint you?
     Gm               D       Gm                A
The words will never show the you I've come to know.



(verse 2)
      D                   A 
If a face could launch a thousand ships,
      Am7          G           
Then where am I to go?
        Gm              D
There's no one home but you,
       Gm                  A
You're all that's left me too.


(chorus)
     Bm      F#        D             Em
And when my love for life is running dry,
     Am7      B7      Em      A
You come and pour yourself on me.



(verse 3)
      D                A             Am7 
If a man could be two places at one time,
             G
I'd be with you.
  Gm           D      Gm                A 
Tomorrow and today, beside you all the way.
         D                  A                Am7            G
If the world should stop revolving spinning slowly down to die,
     Gm                 D
I'd spend the end with you.
    Gm                    A
And when the world was through,


(chorus)
     Bm     F#        D                Em
Then one by one the stars would all go out,
     Am7     B7       Em  A  Em  A   D - Bm - G - Gm - D
Then you and I would simp-ly fly a---wa-----------------ay 

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Great job, thanks for the chords.
I like to replace the B7 with a Bm7 (just me)
I also prefer to walk up to Bm from A rather
back to Em during the end of the song.

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