The Neal Morse Band – A Love That Never Dies

The Neal Morse Band - A Love That Never Dies

The Neal Morse Band – A Love That Never Dies Chords and Lyrics

Artist : The Neal Morse Band
Song : A Love That Never Dies

[Verse 1] : 
C      G
As the morning seeks the sun
D      Em      D     C
In the whisper of my life
       G          Dsus4         D
As the haze lifts from my eyes
C        G
Standing now at river's edge
D     Em      D
As my heart begins to run
C    G         Dsus4       D
To a love that never dies

[Pre Chorus 1] : 
    Em G C             Dsus4                   D
And oh     through the flood and through the fire
    Em G C             Am       G       D/F#
And oh     through the tears of our goodbyes
    G D Em          C               Dsus4 D
And oh     like the wind upon the water
        C    G/B  Am    D
Comes a love that never dies

[Verse 2] : 
C     G
So it comes that I must go
D   Em         D
And leave this world behind
C          G      Dsus4         D
And I will see my father's eyes
Eb           Bb
'Cause now I know that he was right
F       Gm   F
We must find our own way
Eb          Bb          Fsus4      F
And we will meet on the other side

[Pre Chorus 2] : 
    Em G C             Dsus4                   D
And oh     through the flood and through the fire
    Em G C             Am       G       D/F#
And oh     through the tears of our goodbyes
    G D Em          C               Dsus4 D
And oh     like the wind upon the water
        C    G/B  Am    D
Comes a love that never dies

[Chorus 1] : 
       C G        C D
To the river I am going
       Am    G/B C       Dsus4  D
Coming cross the great divide
          C   Bm          C   D
Mourn not for me for I am entering
     Am   G/B  D     G
To a love that never dies

[Pre Chorus 3] : 
     F#m A D
Come on!
        Esus4                   E
You can find a place that's higher
     F#m A D
Come on!
           Bm         A      E/G#
Though the storms are on the rise
     A E F#m
Come on!
          D                Esus4 E
Seek your hearts deepest desire
      D    A/C# Bm Bm/A E/G# E/F# E
For a love that never   dies

[Pre Chorus 4] : 
     F#m A D
Come on!
       Esus4               E
We can make it through together
     F#m A D
Come on!
       Bm     A       E/G#
As the dawn begins to rise
     A E F#m
Come on!
       D             Esus4 E
We can pass into forever
       D    A/C# Bm Bm/A E/G# E/F# E
With a love that never   dies

[Chorus 2] : 
       D A        D E
To the river I am going
       Bm    A/C# D       Esus4  E
Coming cross the  great divide
          D   C#m         D   E
Mourn not for me for I am entering
     Bm   A/C# E     A
To a love that never dies

D A D E
Bm A/C# D Esus4 E

[Chorus 3] : 
     D C#m        D E
I am going to the river
       Bm   A/C# E     A
With a love that never dies

D A D E
Bm A/C# D Esus4 E
D C#m D E

[Chorus 4] : 
          Bm   A/C# E     Bbmaj7 F C/E
There's a love that never dies     Yeah!

[Outro] : D C G F C
          D C G F

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About The Neal Morse Band

The Neal Morse Band Profile
The Neal Morse Band

Neal Morse (born August 2, 1960) is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader and progressive rock composer based in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1992, he formed the progressive rock band Spock’s Beard with his brother Alan and released an album which was moderately successful. In 1999, he joined former Dream Theater co-founder Mike Portnoy, Flower Kings’ Roine Stolt and Marillion’s Pete Trewavas to form the super-group Transatlantic. In 2002, Neal Morse became a born again Christian, left Spock’s Beard and began a Christian rock solo career, releasing many progressive rock concept albums about his new religious faith. In the meantime, he continued to play with Transatlantic and formed three new bands with Portnoy, Yellow Matter Custard, Flying Colors and The Neal Morse Band.

Morse grew up in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles as one of four children. His father was a choral director. Morse started to play the piano at the age of five and started to learn to play the guitar at the age of nine. During his twenties he wrote two musicals (Hit Man and Homeland), did some session jobs, tried to get a deal as a singer/songwriter in Los Angeles, and recorded a few country and western demos with his brother Richard.

After about ten years, Morse grew tired of the Los Angeles music scene and traveled through Europe for several years, busking and playing in small clubs. On his return to the U.S. he formed the band Spock’s Beard with his brother Alan. Their first album, The Light (1995), was moderately successful. Spock’s Beard would soon become one of the most successful progressive rock bands of the late nineties (along with Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, and The Flower Kings).

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