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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Have You Ever Seen The Rain (easy Version) (Chord)
Submitter: Ray Terry (128) on 12/16/07 2 comments
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Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Creedence Clearwater Revival

(Note: In the chorus, an Em can be added between the C and Am)

C
Someone told me long ago
                                     G
There's a calm before the storm, I know
                           C 
It's been coming for some time

When it's over, so they say
                            G
It'll rain a sunny day, I know
                     C   F
Shining down like water

Chorus
F          G            C            Am     
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F         G             C            Am
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F        G              C 
Coming down on a sunny day

C
Yesterday and days before
                                 G
Sun is cold and rain is hard, I know
                          C
Been that way for all my time
C
'Til forever on it goes
                                  G
Thru the circle fast and slow, I know
                       C    F
And it can't stop, I wonder

Chorus
F          G            C            Am     
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F         G             C            Am
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F        G              C 
Coming down on a sunny day

Chorus
F          G            C            Am     
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F         G             C            Am
I wanna know, Have you ever seen the rain
F        G              C 
Coming down on a sunny day

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Adding the Em between the C and Am, as you suggest in your note, isn't hard to do, but it does complicate the easiest transition between two chords. It probably sounds good, but I don't see the point of doing it unless you need it.
-tpmadden | 4/27/2009
That is why I put it in the note. I like it there, but leave it out and it will sound OK
-Ray Terry | 4/28/2009
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