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I'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER YOU

Seekers

Intro (4x, words start on 4th repeat):

 CFGC
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
|---------------|-------Theres a|

|---------------|---------------|
|-----0---------|---------------|
|---2---3-2-0---|---------------|
3---------------|-----------0-2-3
|-------------3-|-------3-3-----|

Verse 1:
 G
 There's a
 CFD7G
 new world somewhere they call the promised land,
 CEmFG
And I'll be there some day, if you will hold my hand,
 AmFGFEm
I still need you there beside me, no matter what I do,
 DmCAmDmG7CFG
 For, I know I'll never,, find, another, you.......

 CFGC
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
|---------------3-------There is|

|---------------0---------------|
|-----0---------0---------------|
|---2---3-2-0---0---------------|
3---------------2-------0---2---3
|-------------3-|---------------|

Verse 2:
 GCFD7G
 There is always someone for each of us, they say,
 CEmFG
And you'll be my someone forever and a day,
 AmFGFEm
I could search the whole world over until my life is through,
 DmCAmDmG7CFC
 But, I know I'll never,, find, another, you.......

 CFCAm
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
|---------------|-------It's a...

|---------------|
|-----0---------|
|---2---3-2-0---|
3-------------3-|
|---------------|

Bridge:
 CAmFCG7C
 It's a long, long journey, so stay by my side,
 AmGFC
When I walk through the storm you'll be my guide,
 FG
 Be my guide,

Verse 3:
 GCFD7G
 If they gave me a fortune, my pleasure would be small,
 CEmFG
I could lose it all tomorrow, and never mind at all,
 AmFGFEm
But if I should lose your love, dear, I don't know what I'd do,
 DmCAmDmG7CFG
 For, I know I'll never,, find, another, you.......

 CFGC
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
|---------------3---------------|

|---------------0-------1---3---|
|-----0---------0---------------|
|---2---3-2-0---0---------------|
3---------------|-------0---2---|
|-------------3-|---3-----------|

Guitar solo:
 CFD7GC
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
0---0-0-----0---|---1-1-1-------|---2-----------|---3-----------|

|---1-1-----1---|---1-1-1-------|---1-----------|---0-----------|
|---0-0-------0-|---2-2-2-------|---2-----------|---0-----------|
3-------2-------|-3---------2---0-----------0---|---0-------0---|
|---------------|---------------|-------0-------2-------3-------|
|---------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|

 CEmFGAm
 v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v....v
|---0-0-----0-0-|---------------|---1-----------|---3---But if  I

|---1-1-----1-1-|---------------|---1-----------|---0-----------|
|---0----0------2---0---------0-2---2-0---0-2-0-|---0-----------|
2---------------2-----------2---|---3---3-------|---0-----------|
|---------------2---------2-----|---3-----------|---2---0---2---0
|---------------0-------0-------|---1-----------3---------------|

Coda:
 GAmFGFEm
 But if I should lose your love, dear, I don't know what I'd do,
 DmCAmDmG7CFG
 For, I know I'll never,, find, another, you,......
 CFG
 Another you,......
 CFC
 Another you.......

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Original by diamhed@aol.com, revised and lyrics added by fgds / 2007 07 09 :  fgds@aol.com

lyrics available at http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=4255 where they give the year as 1965, U.S. chart = #4; U.K. chart = #1.
Pardon the extraneous commas and multiple periods, but chordie is acting up right now, and these are necessary to make the chords appear over the right spots.
I don't feel I can do this song justice without a 12-string; so the guitar solo relies partly on the octave strings of the 4 low string-pairs for continuity of melody; on a 6-string, this passage should be reworked a bit. Note (pun intended!) that the single notes here are usually the ones to emphasize, and the multi-notes should be strummed, and with less emphasis. Of course, if you're lucky enough to have backup, the lead (on a 12 if available) can concentrate on the melody notes, while the rhythm player fills in the chords.
I've been doing this song just about since it was released, and I haven't listened to the recording in decades, so there may well be some idiosyncrasies here that you'd prefer to change to your own liking. F'rinstance, the last line of each verse seems to work well with either Dm-C-Am-F-G-C- or Dm-C-Am-Dm-G7-C-, etc.
On an acoustic, I strongly recommend using these formations, using the thumb on the bass-E string when necessary, and making any necessary transpositions with a capo, but it is do-able in the key of A (instead of C, as herein). If you do this, you'll have to rework all the solo riffs. Be creative!
--End of comments by fgds--


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