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Long Live the Queen =Strumming Standard Tuning: EADGBe Intro: A (Strum twice then mute and strum) X4 Verse: (Same strumming pattern) A I was sipping on the whiskey when I got the call yeah, F#m My friend Lex was lying in a hospital, Bm She'd been pretty sick for about half the year, E But it seemed that this time the end was drawing near. A So I dropped my plans and jumped the next London train, F#m I found her laid up and in a lot of pain, Bm Her eyes met mine and then I understood, E E7 That the weather forecast wasn't looking too good. A So I sat and spun her stories for a little while, F#m Tried to raise her mood and tried to raise a smile, Bm But she silenced all my ramblings with a shake of her head, E E7 Drew me close and listen this is what she said now. Chorus: A F#m Bm You'll live to dance another day, E But now you'll have to dance, E7 A For the two of us, A F#m Bm So stop looking so damn depressed, E And sing with all your heart, The Queen is dead yeah. Verse chords same as before: Chorus chords as before except for ending: A F#m Bm So stop looking so damn depressed, And sing with all your heart, E The Queen is dead. Bm E Bm And South London's not the same, anymore E Bm The Queen is dead, yes! E And the last of the greats, Bm Has finally gone to bed. Final verse same chords but single, soft strums without pick: Final chorus same chords but end on F#