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Sonnet Chords
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Group: The Verve
Album: Urban Hymns
Song: Sonnet 
Music: Richard Ashcroft
Lyrics: Richard Ashcroft
Hut Recordings, Virgin Records (72484491321)
Chorded by: Ross Howard ([email protected])
Added To Ultimate-Guitar.com by Mikhailo

This is track 2 on The Verve's Urban Hymns. I found a small section of
it on the a Verve Homepage. But as usual it was incomplete and a bit to
sketchy. So here is the best Sonnet that I can do, and some credit to
Bryan Elliot for help from his version.


Chords

C - 032010
Am - X02210
Am7 - X02010
Asus2 - X02200
F - 133211
G - 320033
Em - 022000


Intro: C(final strums with 3rd fret on high E) - Em - Am(for 3 strums
then Am7 for 1 and then Am for 3 strums then Asus4 for 1)- F(ending with
3rd fret on high E).

Verse 1
-------
C                        
my friend ...
Em
looking ...
Em	   Am		F
red box ...
C                        
Faded, ...
    Em
but love ...
Em	     Am			F
stick in her things ...


Chorus
------
F                       G      
yes, there's love ....
		   Em	      F	
don't sound like a ...
F                       G      
yes, there's love ...
		   Em	      F	
don't sound like a ....
Em F
my love.

REPEAT INTRO


Verse 2
-------
C                        
why can't ...
     Em
that nature has ...
Em Am		F
of ...
C                        
eyes open ...
Em
looking at ...
Em	     Am		F
with a tear ...


Chorus
------
F                       G      
yes, there's love ....
		   Em	      F	
don't sound like a ...
F                       G      
yes, there's love if ...
		   Em	      F	
don't sound like a ...
Em F
my love.


REPEAT INTRO


Middle 8
--------

G                                             
Sinking faster ...
	  F
without ...
   F
my l...
G                                                           
dreaming about ...
		   F 
when i can ...
      F		G
by my ...
   F  G    F
by my ...


Verse 3
-------
F	    G
Here we ...
		  Em
and my head ...
   F
my l...
F		G
I stop to ...
			   Em
because I think ....
Em F    G  F
by now, ....(x7)

 
 
Verve - Sonnet Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Sonnet tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Sonnet Chords:

The Verve (originally Verve) are an English rock band formed in Wigan, Greater Manchester in 1989 at Winstanley Sixth Form College, by vocalist Richard Ashcroft, guitarist Nick McCabe, bassist Simon Jones, and drummer Peter Salisbury. Simon Tong later became a member. The band split in April 1999 due to inner conflicts which led to McCabe's departure. The band's original line-up reunited in June 2007. The band embarked on a tour in late 2007 and have announced an album due in 2008.

Beginning with a psychedelic sound indebted to space rock and shoegazing, by the mid-1990s the band had released several EPs and two acclaimed records. They also endured name and lineup changes, breakups, health problems, drug abuse and various lawsuits. The band's commercial breakthrough was the album Urban Hymns and its single "Bitter Sweet Symphony", which became a massive worldwide hit. Soon after this commercial peak, the band broke up, citing creative struggles between band members. By then, The Verve had become one of the most influential British alternative rock acts of the decade.

Mike Gee of iZINE said, "...The Verve, as he [Richard Ashcroft] promised, had become the greatest band in the world. Most of the critics agreed with him. Most paid due homage. The Verve were no longer the question mark or the cliché. They were the statement and the definition."[1]

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