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Acorde de You Can Bring Me Flowers - Ray Lamontagne

Letra de You Can Bring Me Flowers

(Playing the G like this: ([] indicating fingering)



G

3 2 0 0 0 3

[3][2] [4]



allows you to hammer on your index finger on the first

fret of the b string, something he does often during the song:



G/C

3 2 0 0 1 3

[3][2] [1][4])



(C#* = X43X2x)



Intro: G



G

My eyes are dried my hands are tied

C

There's nothing I can say

G

If you feel the need to go

D

I wont stand in your way

G Em

I'll sit and cry, say goodbye

C G

Sing this sad sad song

G D C G

And you can bring me flowers when I'm dead and gone

G D C G

You can bring me flowers when I'm dead, dead and gone





G

Well fate has played his hand so cruel

C

There's nothing I can do

G

Say you lost your faith in me

D

me my trust in you

G Em

I'll sit and think, drown and drink

C G

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Sing this sad sad song

G D C G

And you can bring me flowers when I'm dead, dead and gone

G D C G

And you can bring me flowers when I'm dead, dead and gone





C F C

When I'm dead and gone

C F C

The pain won't linger on

C F C G G7

It'll settle in my bones, stab my mind?

Em

When I'm dead and gone



There'll be no one to curse me

C#* D

To hurt me like you've done a thousand times



G

Now when you're lying in his arms

C

Think of me and know

G

The choice you made ain't feelin clearer

D

It cost me a heavy toll

G Em

I'll sit and cry, say goodbye

C A7

Sing this sad sad song



G D C G

You can bring me flowers when I'm dead, dead and gone

C G

And you can bring me flowers

C G

You can bring me flowers

C G

You can bring me flowers

C D G

When I'm dead and gone





Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Till The Sun Turns Black

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