Eric Clapton
Let It Grow (Guitar chord)

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Let It Grow - Eric Clapton



Bm F#m
1. Standing at the crossroads
D E G
Trying to read the signs
A
To tell me which way I should
Bm F#m
Go to find the answer
D E G
And all the time I know
A B
Plant your love and let it grow


B B/Bb B/Ab B/F#
Chorus. Let it grow, let it grow
E B A
Let it blossom, let it flow
B B/Bb B/Ab B/F#
In the sun, the rain, the snow
E B A F#
Love is lovely, let it grow

2. Looking for a reason
To check out on my mind
Trying hard to find a friend
That I can count on
There's nothing left to show
Plant our love and let it grow

Chorus.

Bridge. G D Em Bm F# > 2x

3. Time is getting shorter
There's much for me to do
?
?
The rest is up to you
Plant your love and let it grow

Chorus.

From: esposito@layout1.Berkeley.EDU (Dave Esposito)

Title: LET IT GROW (Eric Clapton)

Bm F#7 D E G
Standing at the crossroads try'n' to read the signs to tell me
A Bm F#7 D E
which way I should go to find the answer and all the time I know,
G A B
plant your love and let it grow.



CHORUS: B E B A
| Let it grow, let it grow, let it blossom let it flow
| B E B A F#7
- In the sun, the rain, the snow, love is lovely let it grow



Bm F#7 D E G A
Looking for a reason to check out an my mind, trying hard to get
Bm F#7 D E
a friend that I can count on, but there's nothing left to show,
G A B
plant your love and let it grow.


CHORUS

Bm F#7 D E
Time is getting shorter, there's much for you to do,
G A Bm F#7 D E
only ask and you will get what you are needing, the rest is up to you,
G A B
plant your love and let it grow.


CHORUS


Bm F#7 D E G A ...

From: ax271@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Marc Sykes)
Subject: CRD: Let it Grow by Eric Clapton


Bm F#7 D E
Standin' at the crossroads, tryin' to read the signs

G A Bm F#7
To tell me which way I should go to find the answer

D E
And all the time I know,

G A B
Plant your love and let it grow.

B
Let it grow, let it grow,

E B A
Let it blossom, let it flow,

B
In the sun, the rain, the snow,

E B A
Love is lovely,

A F#7
let it grow.



This is the basic structure for the verses and chorus. For the
instrumental part with the dobro solo, the chords go: G, D/F#, Em, Bm, A,
G, Em, Bm, F#, Bm, F#7, D/A, E/G#, G, A.

This part is sort of difficult to learn, but if you listen to the song it
should become clear eventually.

Hope this helps.


--
Marc Sykes * When I pick up my guitar, I hear my woman's call,
ax271@ * She say; "If you can't play anything nice,
freenet.carleton.ca * "Don't play anything at all..."
Ottawa, Ontario * - "Don't Play Anything At All", M. Sykes

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