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Didnt We Almost Have It All Chords - Whitney Houston


 
Didnt We Almost Have It All Chords
      Whitney Houston - Didn't we almost have it all

* A really cool ballad with some great chord voicings. 


[Intro]

   Bb    Bbmaj7  Eb    Dm7   Gm7    Cm7 Dm7 Eb       Bb
         sus4/Eb
|  /  /  /       /  |  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |


[Verse One]

Bb               Dbmaj7/Ab      G7
Remember when we held on in the rain
                     Cm      G/B
The night we almost lost it
     Cm    F               Bb    Bb/A Gm  Ebmaj7  Bbmaj7sus4/Eb    
Once again we can take the night in---to tomorrow   /    /
          Dm7      Gm7
Living on feelings
Cm7             Fsus4  F      Bb    C/D  D
Touching you I feel it all again     /   /

[Chorus]

G         Gmaj7sus4/C  C        Bm7  Em7              
Didn't we almost       have it all    /  /
Am7            Dsus4 D         G       C/D  D
When love was all we had worth giving?  /   /
G             Gmaj7sus4/C  C         Bm7       Em7
The ride with you was      worth the fall my friend
Am7     Dsus4    D          G      Eb/F  F (Key change)
Loving you makes life worth living   /   /
Bb         Bbmaj7sus4/Eb  Eb       Dm7  Gm7
Didn't we almost          have it all /  /  /
Cm7           Fsus4  F          Bb    Eb/F  F
The night we held on till the morning  /    /
Bb               Bbmaj7sus4/Eb  Eb        Dm7   Gm7
You know you'll never           love that way again
Cm7       Fsus4  F         Bb  Eb/F Ebsus2/F
Didn't we almost have it all     /    /

[Verse Two] - Use previous Verse chords

The way you used to touch me felt so fine
We kept our hearts together down the line
A moment in the soul can last forever
Comfort and keep us
Help me bring the feeling back again


[Chorus] -Use same progression as previous Chorus




 
 
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About the artist behind Didnt We Almost Have It All Chords:

Whitney Elizabeth Houston (born August 9, 1963) is a Grammy Award-winning American pop and R&B singer, actress, film producer, record producer, songwriter, and former fashion model. Her crossover success opened doors for other African American women, to find success in pop music and movies.[1][2] She is frequently referred to as "The Voice"[3][4][5], and is known for her "powerful, penetrating pop-gospel voice."[6]She has been credited by various sources of having a five-octave vocal range[7][8][9], with published evidence to verify this claim.[10]Her voice has also been praised for its virtuosic and melismatic ability [11][12]and The New York Times called her voice a "technical marvel".[13] In the 1980s, Houston was one the first black artists to receive regular rotation on MTV in the network's early years during a white male rock dominated time.[14][15] Her debut album became the biggest selling debut album of all time for a solo artist (a record that has since been broken), her follow up album became the first album by a female artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200, and she had a record seven consecutive #1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Houston continued her success into Hollywood in the 1990s, starting with the box office hit The Bodyguard. The soundtrack became the best-selling soundtrack of all time, and the single "I Will Always Love You" the best-selling single by a female artist and 6th best-selling song in history of music.[16] She continued the decade with other successful and culturally significant projects before returning to the studio. Houston is the fourth best-selling female recording artist according to the Recording Industry Association of America,[17] and is the "The Most Awarded Female Artist of All Time"[18] according to the Guinness Book of World Records. After Houston married former R&B singer Bobby Brown at the height of her career, rumors of drug and spousal abuse started to affect her career. This led to a decline in her public image and her album sales dropped during the 2000s. Her personal troubles and erratic behavior became more talked about than any of her music, with stories regularly appearing in the tabloid press. Houston underwent two drug rehab programs in 2005 and 2006. After a successful second program in 2006, Houston divorced Brown and gained custody of their only daughter. She has since been working on her 7th studio album with music mogul and close friend and mentor Clive Davis, who confirmed that the album will be released in November 2008.[19]

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