This Time/Last Time in guitar acoustic version maybe one of your liked song. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “This Time/Last Time by Shawn Mullins” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

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This Time/Last Time by Shawn Mullins Guitar Chords

This Time/Last Time Shawn Mullins

Capo 2
Gadd9, Cadd9,Em/A,D x2
/// // /// / Strum Pattern middle strum on 3 strum pattern is up.

[Gadd9]My Ti”[Cadd9]?.me [Em/A]is your ti[D]me
After all that you?ve been thru can you hear me calling you
And this li’?.ne that I?m walking time
Is pointing write to you, I?m living my life with you

[Em/A]So call on[D] me, I[Cadd9]?ll guard my[D]self
Em/A D Cadd9 D (dstring O,h2.p2)
Just wait and see, I start a brand new now
[Gadd9]This time[Cadd9] is the [Em/A]last time [D]for me[Gadd9][Cadd9]

[Gadd9]My li’?[Cadd9] fe [Em/A]is in your[D] hands
You….. can… take… me… all… the………. way
This relig”.ion in war torn lands
World?..has’ .seen’? its ‘? better ?.day

[Em/A]So call on[D] me, I?ll [Cadd9]guard myself[D]
[Em/A]Just wait [D]and see, I[Cadd9] start a bra[D]nd new now
[Gadd9]This time[Cadd9] is the [Em/A]last time [D]for me[Gadd9][Cadd9]

[Em/A]So call on[D] me, I?ll [Cadd9]guard myself[D]
[Em/A]Just wait [D]and see, I[Cadd9] start a bra[D]nd new now
[Gadd9]This time[Cadd9] is the [Em/A]last time [D]for me[Gadd9][Cadd9]

[Gadd9]This time[Cadd9] is the [Em/A]last time [D]for me[Gadd9][Cadd9]

[Gadd9]This time[Cadd9] is the [Em/A]last time [D]for me[Gadd9][Cadd9]

Gadd9 320033
Cadd9 x32030
Em/A xx0200
D xx0232
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If you want to study Shawn Mullins This Time/Last Time guitar chords, you should to learn 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 just lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart.

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