OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN - Rest Your Love On Me

This song is from the album After Dark(1980), released on Feb 1980.
SongRating: 10/10

Requested By PAUL ARDITO
Scale: G Major
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 65
Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU

[INTRO] G C
[VERSE]
G                   C       G
Maybe you don't know me anymore than I know you
      G                                 D
And I wouldn't blame you if you walked away
          Am                G/B
I've been watching you all evening
G/B
With the teardrops in your eyes
G/B                 D                    G
And it touches me much more than I can say


G
You know I hate to think that someone
            Bm
Could have hurt someone like you
       G7                               C
And if I was there I'd be right by your side

[CHORUS]
C         D                  G
Lay your troubles on my shoulders
G          Bm            C
Put your worries in my pocket
C          D             G G7
Rest your love on me awhile
C           D               G
Lay your troubles on my shoulders
           Bm             C
Put your worries in my pocket
           D          G
Rest your love on me awhile

[INSTRUMENTAL] G

[VERSE]
D                                        G   D
Saw you in the corner on the moment I walked in
D                                  A
Saw your lonely face across the room
 Em
No, I won't forget it
Em
And the way it might have been
                      A             D
Oh, why did you have to leave so soon?


D
You know I hate to think that someone
             Dmaj7
Could have loved you more than me
        D7                                   G
And at times like this I'd be right by your side


G         A                 D
Lay your troubles on my shoulders
           F#m            G
Put your worries in my pocket
            A           D  D7
Rest your love on me awhile
G            A             D
Lay your troubles on my shoulders
           Dmaj7         G
Put your worries in my pocket
           A          D   G A D
Rest your love on me awhile
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