There’s Hope for You by William Elliott Whitmore Guitar Chords

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There’s Hope for You guitar chords has tempo and included in Animals in the Dark (2009) album.
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There’s Hope for You by William Elliott Whitmore Guitar Chords


There’s Hope For You
Off the Album, Animals In the Dark

arranged by Tyler Peterson

This is a really beautiful song and I’m surprised no one else has posted it yet. So
try my best.

On the E’s I’ve noticed Will hammers on the 1st fret of the G string, and in the later
of the 2nd Verse he plays the A’s with 4th fret of the D string strumming with a little
off at the end. The C# on the 4th to the Dmaj on the 5th is the same chord shape
just slide it down.

My little sparrow there is hope for you
Your life has just begun
And I could not do what I wanted to
But I fear my time is almost done
But through your actions truth will carry on
Go forth with joy in your heart
And even though I will be gone
You've got to play your part
Listen to me now…

CHORUS

A C# 4thFret
You will overcome, I promise you
Dmaj 5thFret A
And be whatever it is that you want to be
There is hope for you
Oh there’s hope for you
But it’s much too late for me

Wayward weeping voices that you will hear
Each with their own story to tell
And you have the choice to bend your ear
And treat your fellow humans well
So goodbye my little sparrow
It’s time that I must go
To keep on the straight and narrow
There’s something you must know
Listen to me now…

CHORUS


 

If you want to master William Elliott Whitmore There’s Hope for You 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 perfectly based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the simple guitar will feel to play There’s Hope for You. Guitar is hard to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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