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Bb                        F    
When the rain is blowing in your face
Ab                       Eb
And the whole world is on your case
Ebm                  Bb
I could offer you a warm embrace
C7          F7      Bb
To make you feel my love

Bb                           F
When evening shadows and the stars appear
 Ab                            Eb
And there is no one there to dry your tears
Ebm                     Bb
I could hold you for a million years
C7          F7       Bb
To make you feel my love

Eb                            Bb
I know you haven't made your mind up yet
Eb                        Bb
But I would never do you wrong
Eb                             Bb
I've known it from the moment that we met
C7                             F7
No doubt in my mind where you belong

Bb                     F
I'd go hungry, I'd go black and blue
Ab                        Eb
I'd go crawling down the avenue
Ebm                         Bb
No, there's nothing that I wouldn't do
C7          F7       Bb
To make you feel my love

Bb F Ab Eb Ebm Bb C7 F7 Bb

Eb                            Bb
The storms are raging on the rollin' sea
Eb                     Bb
And on the highway of regret
Eb                               Bb
The winds of change are blowing wild and free
C7                         F7  
You ain't seen nothing like me yet

Bb                                 F
I could make you happy, make your dreams come true
Ab                       Eb
Nothing that I wouldn't do
Ebm                    Bb
Go to the ends of the earth for you
C7          F7       Bb
To make you feel my love

C7          F7        Bb
To make you feel my love    
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  1. Stephen Chan

    This needs a D7 in the second line of the chorus. D7, then Eb then Bb. It sounds closer to the original then

  2. HawaiianLeo

    Initually heard this song sung by Garth Brooks in 1998. Release in the movie Hope Floats.

  3. -1 Sounds alot like the Glee version, performed by Lea Michelle so if you were looking for that edition, check out – 1

  4. Really accurate chords and a v nice version of it. As previously mentioned, the Gb Aug does sound very nice in the chorus, followed by a Gm? Just another possibility, but really nice. Cool!

  5. -3 has very easy chords and for me at least is a much easier key to sing in :)

  6. Loving this song. Adele did a beautiful job of covering this for Bob Marley.

  7. IVL it is mainly known with adele and Lea Michele.

  8. Strumming pattern I use: DdUuDU

  9. If you are using a baritone ukulele put a capo on the 3rd fret and its better

  10. njones0100

    Really doesn’t matter whose version you like. Dylan wrote it. It’s his song.

    • Asriel Dreemurr

      Hey, mate, no reason to be rude. Everyone here wants to give credit to the writers where it’s due, but you don’t have to be harsh to make a point. Dylan’s a fantastic writer but in my humble opinion, Adele covered the song better. I’m actually a little curious what your preferred version is.

      God bless,


      • Your response to that was brilliant. Nearly made my day to see something so reasonable.

        God bless,


  11. If you change the key to negative one then it sounds more like the glee version, also I change the E to an F

  12. +4 is pretty easy .Also -1 and -3

  13. ghetto.stilettos

    Vhina the strumming pattern is just down down up up down but not to slow ♡

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