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I Believe In Everything

I Believe In Everything 
By John Entwistle
> From Smash Your Head Against The Wall, 1971
Written by John Entwisle

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Transcribed by Kevin Winn
1998-07-22                        Whotabs            www.thewho.net/whotabs/

         A            D                   G                 D
Have you ever had the feeling that you've been this place before
        A      D        G    D
But you haven't, not in this life.
       A               D               G              D
You've seen it, you've done it, you've heard it all before
        A      D        G    D
But you haven't, not in this life

   A              D               G               D
Do you believe in Santa Claus and loving at first sight?
  A           D       G D
I hope you do, 'cause I do.
   A              D                  G                 D
Do you believe in ghosts that rattle chains in dead of night?
  A           D       G D
I hope you do, 'cause I do.


Chorus:
       G    A       D*
'Cause I believe in everything
       G                   A             Bm     A
'Cause that's the simplest way for me to be.
G    A       D*
I believe in everything.
     G             A                  Bm    A
To believe in everything you hear and see.

G    A       D*
I believe in everything
       G                   A             Bm    A
'Cause that's the simplest way for me to be.
G    A       D*
I believe in everything.
     G             A                  Bm            A
To believe in everything you hear and see.

(repeat first verse)


This is a fairly simple song to play, chordwise, and sounds great when
played on a solo acoustic guitar or with a full band and harmonies.

D*:  this is a run of bass notes over the D chord consisting of D, C, B,
A and G.  Listen to the record, you'll get the hang of it.


-- transcribed by Kevin Winn



#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
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#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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