Everywhere chords by Fleetwood Mac


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Everywhere | Chords + Lyrics


Intro

||: E Emaj7 | E6 Emaj7 :|| x3
| E Emaj7 | E6 |
||: E B | E B | E B | C#m7 A :||
Calling out your name. Calling out your name.

Verse 1

| E B | E B |
Can you hear me calling, out your name?
| E B | C#m7 A |
You know that I’m falling and I don’t know what to say.
| E B | E B |
I’ll speak a little louder, I’ll even shout.
| E B | C#m7 A |
You know that I’m proud and I can’t get the words out.

Chorus 1

| B C#m7 | A B | C#m7 B | A B |
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere.
| B C#m7 | A B | C#m7 B | A B |
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere (wanna be with you everywhere).

Instrumental 1

| E B | E B | E B | C#m7 A |

Verse 2

| E B | E B |
Something’s happening, happening to me.
| E B | C#m7 A |
My friends say I’m acting peculiarly.
| E B | E B |
Come on, baby, we better make a start.
| E B | C#m7 A |
You better make it soon before you break my heart.

Chorus 2

| B C#m7 | A B | C#m7 B | A B |
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere.
| B C#m7 | A B | C#m7 B | A B |
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere (wanna be with you everywhere).

Instrumental 2

||: E Emaj7 | E6 Emaj7 :||
||: E Eadd9 | E Eadd9 :||

Verse 3

| E B | E B |
Can you hear me calling, out your name?
| E B | C#m7 A |
You know that I’m falling and I don’t know what to say.
| E B | E B |
Come along, baby, we better make a start.
| E B | C#m7 A |
You better make it soon before you break my heart.

Chorus 3

||: B C#m7 | A B | C#m7 B | A B :||
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere.
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere.
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere.
Oh, I, I want to be with you everywhere (wanna be with you everywhere).

Outro

||: E :|| x5
||: E (G# A B E ) | E5 | E (D# E F# B) | E5 :|| to fade
Da, da, dum, da…


Everywhere chords and progressions (lesson preview)

Everywhere Analysis + TAB

As Everywhere’s chords are played by keyboards and sparse, but several picked guitar parts, I’ve had to design a part that you could play if you’re the only guitarist in a band.

As many classic tunes have more than one guitar, this is a skill you must develop in order to play live with bands as the only guitarist.

The more tunes you study with my help, the better you’ll get at this.

The intro is reminiscent of Kiss Me as it moves over the I chord, like this.

||: E Emaj7 | E6 Emaj7 :||

After this, it goes into what will soon also be the verse which is I – V on repeat and then VI – IV, like this:

||: E B :|| x3
| C#m7 A |

Lastly, the chorus ignores the I chord and instead moves V – VI – IV – V.

||: B C#m7 | A B :||

As a member, you get access to all these chords using TAB, as well as a full analysis of Everywhere’s chords so you understand how this great tune was put together.

Here’s a link to the full lesson (members only): Everywhere, guitar lesson with TAB.

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Everywhere was Fleetwood Mac’s last big hit!

Sung by “the other” female singer of Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie, Everywhere was a huge hit for the band in 1987, over a decade after their masterpiece Rumours.

Before it, we’d just had another single from the same album (Tango in the Night), that also did well, Little Lies.

But after that, there were never any more big hits from the band.

Before Tango in the Night, the band had two albums that flopped, the outrageously expensive but terrible (Tusk, 1979), and Mirage (1982).

In a way, Fleetwood Mac had three successful eras. The early Peter Green stuff with Albatross, Black Magic Woman, and Need Your Love So Bad. Rumours in 1977 with Go Your Own Way, Dreams, and Don’t Stop, and then the aforementioned Tango in the Night.


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