I remember fondly when Chuck Girard, Tommy Coomes, Jay Truax and Fred Field first stepped out onto the Calvary Chapel stage back in 1970. I blogged about Chuck Girard's song, Freedom.
One of my favorite songs by Chuck Girard and Jesse Johnston is A Love Song. Copyright 1972 by Dunamis Music. It's played in the Key of G with a moderate waltz tempo.
Here are the piano chords to A Love Song.
Gmaj7 Dm/G C Cm Lend an ear to a love song G Ooh, a love song Bm Cmaj7 Am7 Dsus4 D7 Gmaj7 Let it take you, let it start Dm/G C Cm What can you hear in a love song? G If you can feel it Bm Cmaj7 D7 G Then you're feeling from the heart F#m Emaj7 All the emotions true feelings of life is what music of love is about Em7 A7 D Gmaj7 If you are listening with peace in your heart and no doubt Dm/G C Cm So listen now to a love song G If you can hear it Bm Cmaj7 D7 G We will never be apart
If you're not familiar with some of the chords, here's what they look like.
Gmaj7 = G/DF#C
Dm (G bass) = G/FAD
C = C/EGC
Cm = C/GCEb
G = G/DGB
Bm = B/F#BD
Cmaj7 = C/EGB
Am7 = A/CEA
Dsus = DG/CEA
D7 = D/DF#A
Emaj7 = E/G#BF#
Em7 = E/GBDE
A7 = A/C#EA
D = D/DF#A
Here's the beautiful song on YouTube. Hope you enjoy playing along.
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