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Angeles Chords

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                             Angeles - Elliot Smith
Tabbed by:Tom Zdarsky



Em:  022000
Em7: 020000
C/B: X20010

Am               D7                 Em       Em7      C    C/B Am
someone's always coming around here trailing some new kill
Am               D7           Em      Em7    C
says I seen your picture on a hundred dollar bill
              B   D  C         G              A           C
and what's a game of chance to you, to him is one of real skill
C          Em        D    C  (quick D C change) C/B
so glad to meet you, Ang-eles

Am             D7                   Em    Em7   C   C/B
picking up the ticket shows there's money to be made
Am                 D7                Em      Em7    C
go on and lose the gamble that's the history of the trade
    B   D  C       G             A       C
you add up all the cards left to play to zero
C                Em    D   C     D C
and sign up with evil, Ang-eles

B              D  F#   B      D      C      G     A   C
don't start me try-ing now uh huh uh huh uh huuuuuh
C                   Em  D   C     D C  C/B
'cause I'm all over it, Ang-eles

Am               D7           Em    Em7       C
I could make you satisfied in every-thing you do
Am              D7                 Em     Em7    C
all your secret wishes could right now be coming true
       B    D   C       G      A           C   
and be fore-ver with my poison arms around you
C              Em   D           C
no one's gonna fool around with us
C              Em   D           C
no one's gonna fool around with us
C          Em        D   C
so glad to meet you, Ang-eles 
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dajxd 10 Oct 28, 2005 11:06 AM

Umm, Elliott produced this song many years before he died.

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Max Cady 92 May 20, 2006 11:41 AM

Yes, either or came out years before a death that i don't think should be made light of.

The tab doesn't do it justice either i'm afraid

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U-Mass 10 Oct 31, 2007 12:58 PM

actually this isn't that bad at all. IT works really good if you just strum the chords to the song. But if you want Elliott's version you almost NEED tabs.

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