Annie's Song John Denver
In 6/8 time, a celebratory waltz
[D] . . . You fill up my [G]sen-[A]ses,
[Bm] . . . Like a [G]night in a [D sus]forest.
Like the [D]mountains in [G]spring-[F#m]time,
[Em] . . . Like a [G]walk in the [A7]rain.
Like a storm in the [G]de-[A]sert,
[Bm] . . . Like a [G]sleepy blue [D]ocean.
You [A]fill up my [G]sen-[F#m]ses,
[Em] . . . Come [A7]fill me a-[D]gain.
. . .
[D] . . . Come let me [G]love [A]you,
[Bm] . . . Let me [G]give my life [D]to you.
Let me [D]drown in your [G]laugh-[F#m]ter,
[Em] . . . Let me [G]die in your [A7]arms.
Let me lay down be-[G]side [A]you,
[Bm] . . . Let me al-[G]ways be [D]with you.
[A]Come let me [G]love [F#m]you,
[Em] . . . Come [A7]love me a-[D]gain.
Rating click stars to rate
You need to log in to post comments
I like it too, well done!
I think this version sounds pretty good. and easier to play for a beginner than the other 2 choices.
i dont think this sounds right, how do you put in your version of the song on? can somebody please say.