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Change Chords
Change - John Waite
Album: Ignition - 1982

INTRO:
e|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
B|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
G|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
D|--3---1---4---3--|--3---1---4---3--|-----------------|-----------------|
A|--444-444-444-4--|--444-444-444-4--|--6---4---7---6--|--6---4---7---6--|
E|-----------------|-----------------|--444-444-444-4--|--444-444-444-4--|

C#m                                             G#
People talking.  And they're saying that you're leaving
C#m                                        G#
So unhappy.  With the way that you've been living

E                          C#m
Oh oh oh.  We always wish for money.  We always wish for fame
E                              C#m                          E           G#
We think we have the answers.  Some things ain't ever gonna change (change)
           E              F#                 E             G#
It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (change)
               E                F#
What's in your heart will never change

C#m                                              G#
Look in the mirror.  And you see how you've been taken
C#m                                         G#
You won't surrender.  But now your heart is breakin'

E                          C#m
Oh oh oh.  We always wish for money.  We always wish for fame
E                              C#m                          E           G#
We think we have the answers.  Some things ain't ever gonna change (change)
           E              F#                 E             G#
It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (change)
               E                F#
What's in your heart will never change

GUITAR SOLO:  E - G#   E - F#   E - G#   E - F#

C#m                                 G#
Do you remember.  When you got your lucky break
C#m                                           G#
You're looking back now.  And it seems like a mistake

E                          C#m
Oh oh oh.  We always wish for money.  We always wish for fame
E                              C#m                          E           G#
We think we have the answers.  Some things ain't ever gonna change (change)
           E              F#                 E             G#
It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (change)
               E                F#                 E               G#
What's in your heart will never change.  It's only change (change)

It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (change)
What's in your heart will never change
It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (change)
What's in your heart will stay the same
It doesn't matter who you are.  It's all the same (whats in your heart)
It's only, it's only, it's only change, Never (it doesn't matter)
You ain't gonna, you ain't gonna change (what's in your heart)
You ain't gonna change, doesn't matter who you are

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John Waite - Change Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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People who played John Waite - Change Chords also played these songs by John Waite:
Missing You Chords, Missing You Chords, In Dreams Chords, Missing You Chords, Missing You Chords, Restless Heart Chords

About the artist behind Change Chords:

"Missing You" is a song recorded by John Waite. Waite's version hit number one for one week on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 22, 1984 and number nine on the UK Singles Chart. He penned the lyrics within a few minutes because he was in America and missing his English wife, Lynne.

John Waite re-recorded the song with country/bluegrass artist Alison Krauss and released it to country music radio in 2007. The re-recording peaked at #34 on the Hot Country Songs chart.



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