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Sweet Pea Chords

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"Sweet Pea" By Amos Lee
Tabbed By Jay Cobbs

[Intro]

E G# C#m F# E C#m A B E C#m A B E


[Verse]

E    
Sweet pea
G#7   
Apple of my eye
C#m                   F#
Don't know when and I don't know why
E                C#m     A         B     E
You're the only reason I keep on coming home


[Verse]

Sweet pea
What's all this about
Don't get your way all you do is fuss and pout
You're the only reason I keep on coming home


[Bridge]

           G#7
I like the Rock of Gibraltar
I always seem to falter
         C#m     
And the words just get in the way
     F#
Oh I know I'm gonna crumble
I'm trying to stay humble
        B 
But I never think before I see


[Verse]

Sweet pea
Keeper of my soul
I know sometimes I'm out of control
You're the only reason I keep on coming
You're the only reason I keep on coming yeah
You're the only reason I keep on coming home

[End] B  E
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XylonKlaatu 41 Jan 30, 2008 11:34 PM

Perfect

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LeftyClassic 10 Feb 23, 2008 08:30 PM

hey Cobbs, just a little tip on the song, you got it tabbed out almost perfect, i would have never found out this mistake unless i had the guidelines of your tab, but at the end of "i keep on coming home", after the ending E chord, u play A & B again.

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axe01 10 Mar 17, 2008 12:36 AM

Same thoughts, almost perfect. he repeats E, C#m, A, B, E after each verse. And he ends on B before going into the bridge. Your tab was more than enough to help me figure it out tho so thanks!

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