Tears Of The World Chords - George Harrison

"Tears Of The World"
"George Harrison"
"39380751";

     
"Tears Of The World"
"Tears Of The World"
 George Harrison - Tears Of The World Guitar Tab
    Tears Of The World Chords
    
       
    "Tears Of The World" (Prefer capo on 5th. fret)

Intro:

Dm---Bbmaj7/D---Dm6---Dm7
Bb---Bdim7---F/C---A7
Bbmaj7---A7---F---A7
Dm---A7---Dm---A7

____Verse:1

Dm     Bbmaj.7/D  Dm6        Dm7
 War mon---gers terrorize us all,
Bb    Bdim7   F             A7
 Our leaders heed us to their call.
Bbmaj7  A7      F       A7
 Stone--wallin, voices calling,
  Dm             A7           Dm---A7
 Drowning in the tears of the world.

____Verse:2

Dm    Bbmaj7/D   Dm6        Dm7
 Big business calling ev'ry tune,
Bb   Bdim7  F            A7
 Polluting here and to the moon.
Bbmaj7  A7       F      A7
 All----nations, conservations,
  Dm             A7           Dm
 Drowning in the tears of the world.

____Bridge:1

A7
 But your lives worth saving,
           E9
 We should start behaving
          Bm7                  E7
 Like the truth's been told by saviours through our time.
G7                     G9
 Your downfall, you'll bring it on yourselves.

____Verse:3

Dm   Bbmaj7/D    Dm6            Dm7
 All war---nings fall upon deaf ears,
Bb      Bdim7    F              A7
 Their scorn compounding my worst fears.
Bbmaj.7 A7   F         A7
 No way out, hopeless souls shout,
  Dm             A7           Dm----A7
 Drowning in the tears of the world.

____Music:

Dm---Bbmaj7/D---Dm6---Dm7
 Bb---Bdim7---F/C---A7
 Bbmaj7---A7---F---A7
 Dm              A7
(Drowning in the tears of the world)
 Dm           A7
 Tears of the world.

Dm---Bbmaj7/D---Dm6---Dm7
 Bb---Bdim7---F/C---A7
 Bbmaj7---A7---F---A7
 Dm---A7---Dm

____Bridge:2

A7
 Where's your love been sleeping?
          E9
 Has your heart been weeping
       Bm7              E7
 Over all unrighteous action in the world
G7                    G9
 Where bad jazz seems all they're laying down?

____Verse:4

Dm   Bbmaj.7/D  Dm6              Dm7
 No use in---turning your blind eye,
Bb    Bdim7    F         A7
 You feel the heat as you fry.
Bbmaj7  A7         F           A7
 Try----your best, you'll find no rest,
  Dm             A7           Dm---/C
 Drowning in the tears of the world.

Bbmaj7---A7---F---A7
 Dm---A7---Dm---/C

Bbmaj7  A7         F         A7
 It's a sure bet, each pays his debts,
Dm               A7            Dm---A7
 Drowning in the tears of the world.

Dm------A7 (Repeat to fade)
___________

Notice: This submission has already been accepted, do not reject. 
Just had to make some changes due to chord placements not turning up 
(on your end) as originally set as well as coming up with alternative 
chord names your site might recognize.

Thanks
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NOTE:

1981 / WB having rejected his new album "Somewhere In England",
Harrison, back at the
drawing board, once again found himself in the recording studio
re-touching & composing 4
songs to replace the 4 pulled from the album, This was one of the
songs pulled & along 
the other 3, can be found on:

1.George Harrison "Pirate Songs"
2.George Harrison "Completed Rarities Vol. 1
3.George Harrison "Somewhere In England"
( original version and track list w/ bonus tracks )

All which I won on eBay years ago but may now be available in some
stores. Can 
also be on "Youtube"

    
        

      
"Tears Of The World"
"Tears Of The World"
"George Harrison" "Tears Of The World" "39380752"
      
     
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    About the artist behind Tears Of The World Chords:   
    
     George Harrison, MBE (25 February 1943 – 29 November 2001)[1]
was an award-winning English rock guitarist, singer-songwriter, author
and sitarist best known as the lead guitarist for The Beatles.
Following the band's breakup, Harrison had a successful career as a
solo artist and later as part of the Traveling Wilburys super group.
He was the first Beatle to have a number one album (All Things Must
Pass). He was also a film producer, with his production company
Handmade Films, involving people as diverse as Madonna and the members
of Monty Python. After Harrison embraced Hinduism in the 1960s, his
spiritual convictions were often evident in his music and public
activities.Although John Lennon and Paul McCartney were the Beatles'
main songwriters, Harrison generally wrote or sang lead on a few songs
per album. His later compositions included hits such as "Here Comes
the Sun", "Something" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps". After the
band's breakup, it was Harrison who achieved the first #1 single by
any ex-Beatle with his "My Sweet Lord". Besides his talents as a
singer, songwriter, guitarist, and sitarist, he was also a record
producer and music innovator,[2] George possessed, as it seemed
obvious to researchers, the innate ability to perhaps even surpass the
Lennon-McCartney songwriting cartel, however it was not to happen as
part of the Beatles. And as Harrison forged his own identity and
drifted away from the Beatles he became a world-class songwriter,
musical pioneer, and single-handed catalyst for a generation's
interest in Indian culture.[3] In 1969 George commented: "I believe
that if I'm going to sing songs on record, they might as well be on my
own."[4]Indexed at Wikipedia.      
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