We Have All The Time In The World Uke tab by Louis Armstrong (Baritone Chords)

13 Chords used in the song: G, Em, Bm7, Dm, Am, D7, A#, G#, D#, D#7+, F#, B, Am7

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Original tuning : +2.0 step(s) [ ? ]
INTRO: GEmGEm

Em Em G G Em Em Bm7 Bm7 Dm Dm
We have all the time in the world
Dm Dm Am Am D7 D7
Time enough for life to unfould
D7 D7 G G D7 D7
all the precious things love has in store
D7 D7 G G Em Em Bm7 Bm7 Dm Dm
We have all the love in the world
Dm Dm Am Am D7 D7 G G
If that's all we love you will find we need nothing more

A# A# G# G# D# D# D#7+ D#7+
Every step of the way will find us
G# G# F# F# B B D7 D7
With the cares of the world far behind us

G G Em Em Bm7 Bm7
We have all the time in the world
Dm Dm Em Em Am7 Am7 G G
Just for love nothing more nothing less only love

G G / Em Em // x3

A# A# G# G# D# D# D#7+ D#7+
Every step of the way will find us
G# G# F# F# B B D7 D7
With the cares of the world far behind us

G G Em Em Bm7 Bm7
We have all the time in the world
Dm Dm Em Em Am7 Am7 G G
Just for love nothing more nothing less only love

G G / Em Em // x3

 

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About this song

We Have All the Time in the World is a James Bond theme and popular song sung by Louis Armstrong. Its music was composed by John Barry and the lyrics by Hal David. It is a secondary musical theme in 1969 James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the title theme being the instrumental "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," also composed by Barry. The song title, "We Have All the Time in the World", is taken from James Bond's final words in both the novel and the film, spoken after his wife's death. Louis Armstrong was too ill to play his trumpet.