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Supermarket Flowers chords

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  • Easier for piano players and for beginners... Just... Show more
  • Ed played this version of the song live on the BBC's The One Show.
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Easier for piano players and for beginners... Just need a capo on 1st fret then you're good to go. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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CAPO ON 1ST FRET

[Intro]

F Am7 Bb
F Am7 Bb


[Verse]

             F         Am7               Bb
I took the supermarket flowers from the window sill
          F       Am7          Bb
Threw the day-old tea from the cup
Dm              C           Bb           F
  Packed up the photo album Matthew had made
    Bb         C                F
Memories of a life that’s been loved
           F           Am7               Bb
Took the get well soon cards and stuffed animals
           F          Am7           Bb
Poured the old ginger beer down the sink
Dm          C                 Bb                F
  Dad alwas told me don’t you cry when you’re down
                   Bb         C           F
But mum there’s a tear every time that I blink


[Prechorus]

Gm          Dm          F          C
  Oh I’m in pieces it’s tearing me up but I know
Gm             Dm          F                C
A heart that’s broke is a heart that’s been loved


[Chorus]

             F        Am7     Bb             C
So I’ll sing Hallelujah,        you were an angel 
       F              Am7    Bb                C
In the shape of my mum            When I fall down you’d be there
Dm            Bb           F            C
Holding me up spread your wings as you go and when 
Dm            Bb              F      C           F    Am7 Bb   F Am7 Bb
God takes you back We’ll say Hallelujah, you’re home


[Verse]

              F                 Am7               Bb
I fluffed the pillows, made the beds, stacked the chairs up
            F          Am7         Bb
Folded your nightgowns neatly in a case
Dm                C                  Bb          F
   John said he’d drive then put his hand on my cheek
            Bb             C           F
And wiped a tear from the side of my face


[Prechorus]

Gm            Dm        F            C
  I hope that I see the world as you did cause I know
Gm            Dm          F              C
  A life with love is a life that’s been lived


[Chorus]

             F        Am7     Bb             C
So I’ll sing Hallelujah,        you were an angel 
       F              Am7    Bb                C
In the shape of my mum            When I fall down you’d be there
Dm            Bb           F            C
Holding me up spread your wings as you go and when 
Dm            Bb              F      C           
God takes you back We’ll say Hallelujah, you’re home


[Bridge]

F Am7 Bb
F Am7 Bb 
F Am7 Bb 
Dm C Bb 


[Chorus]

F        Am7     Bb             C
Hallelujah,        you were an angel 
       F              Am7    Bb                
In the shape of my mum            You got to see the person 
Dm            Bb           F            C
I have become spread your wings and I know that when
Dm            Bb              F      C           F
God takes you back We’ll say Hallelujah, you’re home
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zhung32 289 Mar 22, 2017 11:01 AM, edited at 03:01 pm

Actually.. I don't think beginners would said F chord as "easy". And especially even Bb and Gm...
It sounds a bit nicer though

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Abcmsaj 78 Mar 26, 2017 10:26 AM

Agree. Intermediate for the 3 barre chords involved but it's much easier to play than versions with capo on 6th for people with tiny frets and big hands!

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