"yes"; ?> Everything i own by Bread - guitar chords, guitar tabs and lyrics - chordie

Everything i own

Bread

 DDmaj7BmD
    You sheltered me from harm, 
 GGm6DD(addEA
    kept me warm, kept me warm.          
 DDmaj7BmD
    You gave my life to me,  
 GGm6DD(addEA
    set me free, set me free.          
 EmAAsusA
    The finest years I ever knew      
 EmA
    were all the years I had with you.

 GDEmA
        And I would give anything I own,
 GDEmA
        Give up my life, my heart, my home.
 GDEmAAsusA
        I would give everything I own       
 GD
        just to have you back again.

 DGGm6DA
 You taught me how to love, what it's of, what it's of   
 DBm
 You never said too much but still you showed the way
 CGD
and I knew, from watching you
 EmAEmA
 Nobody else could ever know the part of me that can't let go
(repeat Chorus)

Bridge:
 BmD
    Is there someone you know, you're loving them so
 Gmaj7G
    but taking them all for granted?
 EmG
    You may lose them one day, someone takes them away
 CA
    and they don't hear the words you long to say.

(repeat Chorus)
 GD
just to touch you once again.

 ---
 D(add E) 000230
Gm6 xx2333


A Asus Bm C D Dmaj7 E Em G Gm6 Gmaj7
variations - click chord images
Transpose chords:
Tuning:
Cool service:
View: Size:
A  A  A
Rating:
Layout:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
 
Accuracy:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
 
click stars to rate
Chordie recommends:
Get acoustic guitar lessons and electric guitar lessons at JamPlay.com
Songbook:
Login to add this song to your songbook
Support the artist
Preview/buy this song
MSN Music
Why this non-profit ad?

 
login to add comments/video/corrections

tomk (report comment to admin):
To get this in the same key as Anthology, drop it by 5 semitones (so the piece is in A).


In the bridge, I think it sounds better to go from F#m to F#m/E (rather than to A) in the first line, and similarly from Bm to Bm/A (rather than to D) in the third line. Both of these switches can be made by going from a full to a partial barre.