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Eric Clapton Cream tabs

Let It Grow guitar chords

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Real Name: Alan Kells
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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


Eric Clapton
Let it Grow

I've seen a tab of this before, and it was close, but not THAT close.
Here's my modification, and it sounds right if you play it to the cd...

E -----7---9---------10------9-7-----------7----------9-----
B ---7---7----7------------------7-9-----8---8-----10---10--
G -7------------7--7----7-------------7---------9----------
D ------------------------------------------------------------
A ------------------------------------------------------------
E ------------------------------------------------------------

Tabbed by Peter Blunden
  development and support by
dmitry ivanov