Have You Ever Seen The Rain Chords

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“Have You Ever Seen The Rain” Chords are presented on this page. The song comes from the album “Pendulum” by Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was released in 1970. Let’s see the chords:

Have You Ever Seen The Rain Chords

Standard Tuning

Chords:
    C/G  C/B  Am/G
e----0----0----0----
B----1----1----1----
G----0----0----2----
D----2----2----2----
A----3----2----0----
E----3----x----3----
Intro:
Am | F | C/G | G 
C/G | C/G | C/G | C/G 

Verse 1:
C/G
Someone told me long ago
C/G                                G
There's a calm before the storm, I know
                 C/G        
It's been coming for some time

C/G
When it's over, so they say
C/G                       G
It'll rain a sunny day, I know
                    C/G 
Shinin' down like water

Chorus 1:
F       G
I wanna know
         C    C/B      Am    Am/G
Have you ever seen the rain?
F       G
I wanna know
         C    C/B      Am    Am/G
Have you ever seen the rain?
F        G             C/G  
Comin' down on a sunny day

Verse 2:
C/G
Yesterday and days before
C/G                             G
Sun is cold and rain is hard, I know
                   C/G
Been that way for all my time

C/G
'Til forever on it goes
C/G                                 G
Through the circle fast and slow, I know
                    C/G
It can't stop, I wonder

Chorus 2:(2x)
F       G
I wanna know
         C    C/B      Am    Am/G
Have you ever seen the rain?
F       G
I wanna know
         C    C/B      Am    Am/G
Have you ever seen the rain?
F        G             C/G 
Comin' down on a sunny day

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2 comments

  1. Hey Ben! Found myself singing this awesome song/poem by legendary Creedence. Brother man, they were IT for me along with other greats like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kansas, Eagles and Led Zeppelin. Now THAT was music! It’s sad that most of that colossal creative era has been lost over boy bands, shallow indie bands, and bubblegum pop starlets…long live rock!

    1. Hey Luis, thanks for your comment! I am not from that generation but I love the bands you mentioned. You’re totally right. The music they created was inspired and genuine. I wouldn’t say that we don’t have any talented musicians nowadays, but back in the 60s and 70s, there were plenty of them. 🙂

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