You’ve Got a Friend by James Taylor Guitar Chords

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You can play You’ve Got a Friend by James Taylor using guitar or guitar.
This song by James Taylor can also be played by that equipment.
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You’ve Got a Friend guitar chords has tempo and included in Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon (1971) album.
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You’ve Got a Friend by James Taylor Guitar Chords


You’ve Got A Friend
-c.king 1971

4/4 (capo 2nd) G/C Cd/Gsus4 G/F#m7 B7

When you’re down and troubled and you need a helping hand,
and nothing, oh, nothing is going right,
close your eyes and think of me and soon I will be there
to brighten up even your darkest night.[/D7]

You just call out my name, and you know wherever I am,
I’ll come running to see you again.

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you got to do is call
and I’ll be there, yeah, yeah, yeah. (2nd time –>)
You’ve got a friend[G/C].[Cd/Gsus4][G/F#m7]

If the sky above you should turn dark and full of clouds,
and that old north wind should begin to blow,
keep your head together and call my name out loud.

Soon I’ll be knocking upon your door. ——>()

Cf F C
Hey ain’t it good to know that you’ve got a friend when
people can be so cold. They’ll hurt you and desert you.
Well, they’ll take your soul if you let them.
Oh yeah, but don’t you let them.

You just call out my name, and you know wherever I am,
I’ll come running to see you again.

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you got to do is call
and I’ll be there, yes I will.
You’ve got a friend. You’ve got a friend.
Ain’t it good to know you’ve got a friend?
Ain’t it good to know you’ve got a friend?
Oh, yeah, yeah. You’ve got a friend.

Gsus4: 3×0013 Cmaj7: x32000 Em7: 022030
D7sus4: xx0213 Cf: 1×2010
Gmaj7: 3×0032 D13: xx0133


 

If you want to master James Taylor You’ve Got a Friend guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play You’ve Got a Friend. Guitar is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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