In Another Life in guitar acoustic version maybe one of your loved music. Not only enjoying the song but you can play “In Another Life by Jennifer Love Hewitt” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

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Yups, guitar is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play In Another Life song.

“In Another Life” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Let’s Go Bang (1995)” album.

In Another Life by Jennifer Love Hewitt Guitar Chords

From [email protected] Fri Apr 18 10:43:58 1997
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 1997 21:59:15 +0100
From: Denis
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Subject: Crd: In another life by Jennifer Love Hewitt

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In Another Life – Jennifer Love Hewitt

From the album, “Let’s Go Bang” (1995 Atlantic Records)


Written by Sam Lorber, Greg Prestopino, and Andrew Gold

(Laboriously, but gladly typed up by Mardi Gras(TNT))
(Transcribed by TNT SHWE)

Right, it’s me again, and have I got a real treat for you! For those of you that are thinking, “Hmmm,
name Jennifer Love Hewitt rings a bell. Isn’t she in Party of Five?” I applaud you because you are
correct! And for those of you who accidently downloaded this and just carried on reading out of curiosity, I advise you strongly to get yourself familiar with the show and buy her albums. Love has one of the best
voices in my opinion. The girl has got class. Well, I could just write pages and pages on how great I think Miss Hewitt is, but I think I’d better let you read the important notes on the song!

Notes: I am not absolutely 100% positive about what key the song is in, but I have transcribed it
the key of C. What I say is “Cut the cloth to suit your coat”, or in other words, play it in
key you fancy! There is a guitar in the song, so there are actual guitar chords for the song. What I have posted are “Virtual chords”, that is, you won’t here them in the song. It’s just a
to play along with the track. If you play the notes shown, on a bass, it should be a simplified version of the bass played on the track! The best chords to use are bar chords and they sound better when only the lower strings (root notes) are played.

Recommended chord positions:

C x35553
D x57775
A# 688766
[F] [133211]
[G] [355433]
Intro: (Orchestral intro in key of C, for 0:22 minutes)

Chords over keyboard: C C D A# C F
[C] [C] [A#][D#][D][C]
[C] [D]

Verse 1: D C G C D G
If my loving you, could change the river’s flow

I would not [C]let you drift away from here[G]

I’d never let[G] you go

Pre Chorus 1: D A#
I want to be by your side

But the water’s too [D]deep and [A#]wid[G]e

Chorus 1: C C D
In another life, in another place

I’d have held you [A#]close, I’d have [C]known your [F]grace

In another [C]world, in another t[A#]ime

[D#]You’d [D]be [C]mine… [D] You’d[A#] be mine

Verse 2: (Chords the same as Verse 1)

If I touch you now, I’d only lose my mind
Ooooh, when it’s colder when I get there
One life at a time

Pre Chorus 2: (Chords the same as Pre Chorus 1)

I don’t know where or when
But we’ll pass this way again

Chorus 2: C C D
In another life, in another place

I’d have held you c[A#]lose, I’d have [C]known your [F]grace

In another [C]world, in another [A#]time

[D#]You’d [D]be [C]mine

Interlude: (Chords over keyboard, orchestra, percussion and vocals)

[C] Woooo[G]ooooh [C] wooo[A#]oooooh[C][F][G]

Chorus 3: (Same as Chorus 2)

Outro: (Same as Chorus 2/3)

Well that’s all there is to this song. I apologise if some of this seems wrong… Especially during the
and pre chorus’ (I know I’ve got the other bits down – well in my key anyways!). This version here is not
final one. I am still working on it, so any corrections are welcome.

C-ya! )

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\ PICK / ….. And get practicing!
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Copyright ? 1997 MardiGras(TNT)

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“There in no lift to success. You always have to take the stairs”

Oh yeah, here are the credits:

Written by Sam Lorber, Greg Prestopino, Andrew Gold

Electric guitar: Michael Thompson
Lead and background vocals: Jennifer Love Hewitt
Keyboards and programming: Angelo Montrone
Bass: Neil Steubenhaus
Drums: John Robinson
String arrangement and conductor: Bill Meyers
Violin: Bruce Dukov, Berj Garabedian, Harris Goldman, Endre Granat, Karen Jones, Peter Kent, Robert
Rachel Robinson, Anatoli Rosinsky, Sheldon Sanov, Marc Sazer, Kwi-hee Shamban, Haim Shtrum, and Valarie Vogoda
Viola: Denyse Buffum, Scott Haupert, and John Scanlon
Cello: Larry Corbett, Paula Hochhalter, Suzie Katayama, Armen Ksadjikian, Steve Richards, and Daniel Smith

If you want to be master of Jennifer Love Hewitt In Another Life 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 take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only lack tiny adjustments. Every of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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