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I've Always Loved You
Third Day
  1. A
  2. Bb
  3. B
  4. C
  5. Db
  6. D
  7. Eb
  8. E
  9. F
  10. F#
  11. G
  12. Ab

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I don’t know how to explain it, but I know that words will hard----ly do
Miracles with signs and wonders aren’t enough for me to prove----to you

Don’t you know I’ve always loved you
Even before there was time
Though you turn away, I tell you still
Don’t you know I’ve always loved you
And I always will
Greater love has not a man than the one who gives his life to prove
That he would do anything And that’s what I’m going to do for you
since everybody calls different chords by slightly different names I'm going to explain
some of the more complicated looking ones I used here (don't worry they're accually
really easy and sound cool too)
For C2/B take off the a string 3rd fret and at the same time move the d string
2nd fret up to the a string 2nd fret (you'll hear it in the song)
For Fmaj7/A play the higher sounding F (d string 3rd fret, g string 2nd fret,
b string 1st fret, high e 1st fret) and leave off the high e string (again you'll
hear it in the song)
For Gadd4 it's just G with the b string 1st fret added
Other then that listen to the song and match the chord changes up with it.I'm
sorry if I'm confusing if you have any questions go ahead and e-mail me at This is an awesome song, God bless.
  • ©1999 New Spring / Vandura 2500 Songs
  • Brad Avery, David Carr, Mac Powell, Mark D. Lee & Samuel Tai Anderson
  • 3013144
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