You’ll Find Somebody New by Ty England Guitar Chords

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You’ll Find Somebody New by Ty England Guitar Chords


YOU’LL FIND SOMEBODY NEW
Ty England
(Barker – Dillon)
1995 RCA Records
October 20, 2003

Capo 5th Fret

Intro: (C) (F) (C) (F)

You (C) occupy your time
By cryin’ a lot (C/B)
‘Cause you (Am) miss what you had
And hate what you ain’t (Am/G) got
No one to (F) hold you anymore
Let alone talk to
Well, (Dm7) I’ve got news for (G) you

There’ll be an(F)other day to love
A smile to wake up to
There’ll some(C)body else’s touch
That’ll send chills all over you
Take it from an (F) old friend
Who’s walked (C/E) in (Dm7) the same (G) shoes
You’ll find somebody (C) new (F) (C) (F)

You (C) think you’ve lost your mind
Nothin’ matters anymore (C/B)
The (Am) telephone don’t ring
There’s no knock on your (Am/G) door
You feel (F) like you want to die
But what good would it do
Well (Dm7) I’ve got news for (G) you

There’ll be an(F)other day to love
A smile to wake up to
There’ll some(C)body else’s touch
That’ll send chills all over you
Take it from an (F) old friend
Who’s walked (C/E) in (Dm7) the same (G) shoes
You’ll find somebody (C) new

[(F)] [(F)] [(C)] [(C)]
There’ll be an(F)other day to love
A smile to wake up to
There’ll some(C)body else’s touch
That’ll send chills all over you
Take it from an (F) old friend
Who’s walked (C/E) in (Dm7) the same (G) shoes
You’ll find somebody (C) new
(F) You’ll find somebody (C) new (F) (C)


 

 

If you want to master Ty England You’ll Find Somebody New 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.
Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play You’ll Find Somebody New. Guitar is not easy to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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