Maybe It’s Time (A Star Is Born) – Cover – Bradley Cooper – how to play

A cover version of Maybe It’s Time from the movie a Star is born, which stars Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.  Lyrics and chords below..this is how I played it anyways, after listening to it a couple of times.

[Chorus 1]

G                                      C                         G

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

C                                                             G

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

C

It takes a lot to change a man

G                     Em

Hell, it takes a lot to try

D                                             C             G

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

 

[Verse 1](chords same as chorus)

 

Nobody knows what waits for the dead

Nobody knows what waits for the dead

Some folks just believe in the things they’ve heard and things they read

Nobody knows what awaits for the dead

 

[Verse 2]

C                                                                           G

I’m glad I can’t go back to where I came from

C                                                                       G

I’m glad those days are gone, gone for good

C                                                            G                    Em

But If I could take spirits from my past and bring them here you

D

know I would

C

Know I would

[Verse 3] (chords same as chorus)

Nobody speaks to God these days

Nobody speaks to God these days

I’d like to think he’s lookin’ down and laughin’ at our ways

Nobody speaks to God these days

[Verse 4] (chords same as verse 2)

When I was a child they tried to fool me

Said the worldly man was lost and that a Hell was real

But I’ve seen Hell in Reno And this world’s one big old Catherine wheel Spinning still

 

[Chorus 2]

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

It takes a lot to change your plans

And a train to change your mind

Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

[Outro]

Oh, maybe it’s time to let the old ways die

Music Video The Breakdown

The Breakdown

Here’s a new video for an original song called the Breakdown. The video was recorded in Thurstaston, Wirral. I was getting back to more rocky roots, with some electric guitar riffs.

I’m in the process of recording more new songs.

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Music at Liverpool Cathedrals Liverpool Hope University The Big Hope 2

Recently I got the chance to perform at both of Liverpool’s fantastic Cathedrals. I was invited to take part in Liverpool Hope University‘s The Big Hope 2.

Performing in Metropolitan Cathedral Liverpool Photo by Hope University

On 13th of June I performed a version of John Lennon’s Imagine at the Anglican Cathedral. It wasn’t until a few moments after I arrived that I learned that I would be performing it as part of an address by Father Michael Lapsley, a South African Anglican priest and social justice activist. Below is a video from that event. The reverb of the Anglican Cathedral was amazing.

On 19th June I returned to sing at the Metropolitan Cathedral to sing You’ll Never Walk Alone. I was originally asked to sing Cohen‘s Hallelujah but some of the lyrical content was brought into question. Below is a video from that ceremony. I fluffed a few words, but I was quite nervous.

It was an honor to be involved in the event and am very pleased to have been given the opportunity to sing solo in both of Liverpool’s amazing Cathedrals.