Guitar tabs with lyrics
- Tuning: Standard tuning
- Difficulty: Novice
Worlds Apart Michael Murphey Album Americana 1987 Intro FF Dm7Dm7 GmGm BbBb CC FF BbBb CC FF DmDm GmGm Gm7Gm7 C7C7 Sometimes when you`re near to me BbBb FF CC DmDm You`re not what you appear to be FF GmGm Gm7Gm7 You`re there but somehow hard to see G7G7 Gm7Gm7 CC FF So near yet so far from my heart DmDm GmGm CC You`re standing there but where do you stand C7C7 BbBb FF CC DmDm AmAm I your lover or just your man FF GmGm BbBb Once we faced life together hand-in-hand CC C7C7 FF BbBb CC FF And now we`re worlds apart DmDm GmGm CC Sometimes I see you standing there C7C7 BbBb FF CC DmDm Pretty flowers in your hair C6C6 GmGm I gave you a ring I thought you`d wear G7G7 CC BbBb CC FF Until they stopped the beating of my heart DmDm GmGm CC Now I stumble on the words I say C7C7 AmAm BbBb FF CC DmDm You seem a thousand miles away FF GmGm BbBb Sometimes we`re just like night and day C6C6 FF CC DmDm Until we`re worlds apart G7G7 We`ve worked and planned as hard as we can Dm7Dm7 G7G7 To spend a little time alone some day DmDm G7G7 But now we realize someday may never arrive GmGm Gm7Gm7 C7C7 We should have shared our love along the way FF Dm7Dm7 GmGm CC BbBb FF CC DmDm FF GmGm G7G7 C7C7 C#7C#7 F#F# D#mD#m G#mG#m Beyond the games that lovers play C#C# C#7C#7 BB F#F# C#C# D#mD#m Unconditional love is the only way F#F# G#mG#m BB And Can we find that kind of love someday C#7C#7 F#F# D#m7D#m7 G#m7G#m7 BB C#C# C#7C#7 F#F# Or are we worlds apart
Worlds Apart tab
Worlds Apart is from Americana, and is the thirteenth album by American singer-songwriter Michael Martin Murphey and his second for Warner Bros. Records. Murphey found a receptive home with the label and began a long association with the labels president and resident producer, Jim Ed Norman.
Unlike his previous albums, Americana contains material written mainly by other writers Murphey only wrote or co-wrote three of the songs. The albums notable tracks include the hit A Long Line of Love and Face in the Crowd, the latter a duet with singer Holly Dunn. The album peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.