How Far You Go in guitar acoustic version may be one of your loved song. Not only hearing the music but you can play “How Far You Go by Tim Christensen” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by can also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is hard to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play that music.

“How Far You Go” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “” album.

How Far You Go by Tim Christensen Guitar Chords

Capo on 4th

Riff 1:


Riff 2:


[G]Something sw[D]eet
[G]Everytime we m[D]eet
[G]There’s no d[Em]oubt a[Am]bout it
Riff1 D
But I wish I knew
Riff2 B7
What I’m supposed to do
With you S[Cadd9]irene

‘Cause [G]you pret[D]end
to be m[G]ore than a fr[D]iend
t[G]his is the sw[Em]eetest fee[Am]ling
Riff1 D
But I don’t understand
Riff2 B7
If it’s a part of a plan
To be l[Cadd9]ying
to me S[D]irene

Still [G]tonight I’ve falled for
The s[Am]tars in your eyes
[F]I apolo[D]gize
But [G]I want you to kn[D]ow
That my [G]heart is broken
My [Am]high is low
[F]That’s how [D]far yo[Gsus4]u go[G]

[G]I can [D]see
what you’re [G]doing to [D]me
But [G]I don’t [Em]know the [Am]answer
Riff1 D
And I just couldn’t take
Riff2 B7 Cadd9
If I make the mistake of not trying

But [G]easy c[D]ome
And [G]easy [D]go
And [G]I don’t wanna [Em]cry [Am]about it
Riff1 D
Now that I’ve got it clear
Riff2 B7
That you only appear
To be l[Cadd7]ying
To me S[D]irene

But, [G]tonight I’ve falled for
The [Am]stars in your eyes
[F]I apolo[D]gize
But I [G]want you to [D]know
That my [G]heart is broken
My [Am]high is low
[F]That’s how [D]far you[Gsus4] go[G]

(modulates 2 semitones up)

[G]I apolo[E]gize
But I w[A]ant you to k[E]now
That my h[A]eart is broken
My h[Bm]igh is low
[G]That’s how f[E]ar you [Asus4]go[A]

[B7] [Cadd9] [Gsus4]


If you wanna study Tim Christensen How Far You Go guitar chords, you need to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart.

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