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Iris chords

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You can play F#m as F#5 and E as E5 to make it sound more like the original.


[Intro]
C#m B A E
Oh
E C#m F#m/A E 
Oh           x2
    

[Verse 1]
   C#m     B   A         E
If I could be just one thing
E       C#m      F#m/A     E
I would be what you're craving
C#m    B        A        E
6 foot 3 with steel blue eyes
          E           C#m             F#m/A     E   
Sweep you off of your feet before you count to 5
        C#m      B    A      E
But the truth is I am just a man
         E      C#m          F#m/A E        
Standing 5 foot 10 doing the best I can
    C#m        B        A     E 
And I've lived long enough to see
E        C#m      F#m/A   E
You will never be craving me

[Chorus]
C#m B    A          E
Oh,   I watched her go
          E           C#m         F#m/A E
After she planted her love in the top soil
             C#m   B      A      E
And from the top soil, an iris bloomed
       E         C#m        F#m/A   E
It was pretty in May but it died in June

[Post-Chorus]
C#m B A E
Oh

E C#m F#m/A E 
Oh

[Verse 2]
           C#m       B    A       E
If I could sing the way I feel inside
           E         C#m        F#m/A     E
It'd sound happy and sad at the same damn time
               C#m       B     A          E
Cause when you smiled at me on that dance floor
           E         C#m           F#m/A E
It was the prettiest mask that you ever wore

[Chorus]
C#m B    A          E
Oh,   I watched her go
          E           C#m         F#m/A E
After she planted her love in the top soil
             C#m   B      A      E
And from the top soil, an iris bloomed
       E         C#m        F#m/A   E
It was pretty in May but it died in June

[Post-Chorus]
C#m B A E
Oh

E C#m F#m/A E 
Oh           x2


[Outro]
         C#m   B      A     E
From the top soil, an iris bloomed
       E         C#m        F#m/A   E
It was pretty in May but it died in June

            
            
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