Barclay James Harvest - John Lennons Guitar Guitar Chords

Barclay James Harvest

album rock, art rock, progressive rock, symphonic rock

Song versions: 1 2
Chords: C, G, D, F#m, A, Bm, Em
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                                          Artist - Barclay James Harvest
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                                           Song - John Lennon's Guitar 
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                                           Album - Welcome To The Show 
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                                              Tabbed By - Ayreon77
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Tuning = Standard


CAPO 4th Fret - This Seems to be the easiest combination of chords to play. 
                Without them being barred chords.

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INTRO
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C G D X3
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VERSE 1
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F#m                   G
Back in the autumn of seventy
       A                    Bm
On the night shift at Abbey Road
                    G                        D
Four young men were recording a song named, 'Galadriel'
       G                       A
For an album they'd call 'Once Again'

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VERSE 2
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Bm               G
The producer was Norman Smith
          A                           Bm
Who'd engineered with The Beatles and John
                    G                    D
Whose guitar was to be instrumental that day
               A
When I came to play

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CHORUS
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C               G                  D
  I remember it well, as if it was yesterday
C                G                     D
  The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar
C               G                  D
  I remember it well, as if it was yesterday
C                G                     D
  The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar

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VERSE 3
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F#m                   G
Back in the autumn of seventy
     A                     Bm
As I played on my borrowed guitar
                     G                            D
How could I know The Beatles would split the next day
                Em                  A
My heroes break up and go their own way

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VERSE 4
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Bm               G
Now autumns they come and they go
       A                       Bm
But my friends and my memories remain
                    G
And my heroes, well some of them fell
         D                           A
From the stage but their light still remains

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CHORUS
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C               G                  D
  I remember it well, as if it was yesterday
C                G                     D
  The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar
C               G                  D
  I remember it well, as if it was yesterday
C                G                     D
  The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar
 
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BREAK - C G D X2
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C                G
  I remember the day
               D
I remember the day

I remember the day
               C
I remember the day
               G                     D
The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar

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BRIDGE
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C                G                 D
  I remember the day, as if it was yesterday
C                     G                   D
  And I know that the memories will never fade
C                G                 D
  I remember the day, as if it was yesterday
C                G                     D
  The day that I played, John Lennon's guitar



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