Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 e|-0- e|-0- e|-0- B|-3- B|-3- B|-0- G|-2- G|-2- G|-0- D|-0- D|-0- D|-2- A|-x- A|-4- A|-3- E|-x- E|-x- E|-x- The lyrics I'm almost certain of except for "Safely unwounded". Hope doesn't make it easy! Standard tuning, no capo. Intro: Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Cmaj7 x2 Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 When I speak about it now Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 I put things to say to you Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Maybe I've been dismayed Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Maybe that's the truth Bm C We're like the roses Bm C Standing in the backyard Bm C There is no misery Bm C In the time we grew up wild Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Cmaj7 x2 Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 When I look out the door Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 And know what it's there for Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 To leave or to come back Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Safe in the morning Bm C Safely unwounded Bm C Roaming too late Bm C Suddenly I fall dear Bm C In the time we grew up wild Break: Dsus2 Dsus2/C# Cmaj7 Cmaj7 x6 Bm C And we're like the roses Bm C Standing in the backyard Bm C There is no misery Bm C In the time we grew up wild Outro: C"Wild Roses" by Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions From the album "Through The Devil Softly" (2009) Written by Alan Browne and Colm Ó Cíosóig Tabbed by CJWilky for Ultimate Guitar Email: email@example.com The finger picked version shown neatly on the tabs here on UG is the best way to play this song, but here's chords for those that like them. After the Dsus2 the finger picking hits a C# note on the A string before going to a Cmaj7 pattern, effectively a slow stepping between chords. So that's a Dsus2 with that C# note added which has several names, Dsus2/C# makes most sense here.