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Labeled With Love Chords

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Labeled With Love
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Performed by The Squeeze
Tabbed by "Nav" nav@sub-mail.com
NB: The original is played off "E" but I find it way too high.

Chords used
D  x00121
A  x02220
D7  xx0212
Em  022000
G  355433
F#m  244222

      D
She unscrews the top off her new whisky bottle
      D                                                 A
She hobbles about in her candlelit hovel
         A
Like some kind of witch, with blue fingers in mittens
        A                                                                 D
She smells like a cat, and the nieghbours she sickens
       D
Her black and white TV has long seen a picture
       D7                               Em
The cross on the wall is a permenent fixture
       A
The postman deliveres, the final reminders
       A                                      G / F#m / Em
She sells off her silver, and poodles in china

Chorus.
D                                  E7
Drinks to remember I, me  and myself
A                                                                           D
Winds up the clock, and knocks dust from the shelf
                                   E7
Home is a love that I miss very much
            A                                           G/F#m/Em/D
So the past has been bottled, and labeled with love
                   ------------------------
D
During the wartime an American pilot
      D                                            A
Made every air-raid a time of excitement
       A
She moved to his prairie and married the texan
        A                                                               D
She'd learn from a distance how love was a lesson
      D
He became drinker and she became mother
       D7                                           Em
She knew that one day she'd be one or the other
      A
He ate himself old and drank himself dizzy
       A                                      G / F#m / Em
Proud of her features, she kept herself pretty

Chorus.
D                                  E7
Drinks to remember I, me  and myself
A                                                                           D
Winds up the clock, and knocks dust from the shelf
                                   E7
Home is a love that I miss very much
            A                                           G/F#m/Em/D
So the past has been bottled, and labeled with love
                   ------------------------
      D
He like a cowboy died drunk in a slumber
      D                                                A
Out on the porch in the middle of summer
       A
She crossed the ocean back home to her family
       A                                                      D
But they had retired to roads that are sandy
       D
She moved home alone without friends or relations
       D7                            Em
Lived in a world full of age reservations
        A
Her moth eaten armchair, she'd say that she's sod all
       A                                             G / F#m / Em
Friends who have left her, to drink from the bottle
                   ------------------------

Chorus.
D                                  E7
Drinks to remember I, me  and myself
A                                                                           D
Winds up the clock, and knocks dust from the shelf
                                   E7
Home is a love that I miss very much
            A                                           G/F#m/Em/D
So the past has been bottled, and labeled with love
            A                                           G/F#m/Em/D
So the past has been bottled, and labeled with love
            A                                                 G / F#m / Em  /   D
The past ---  has been bottled, -- and la--be --led with --- love
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andymarham 10 Jul 26, 2008 01:50 AM

its nothing like.

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Rain Man 20 Oct 11, 2009 06:33 AM

Doesn't sound too far off to me.

That said, where you say A, I play A7, and where you say Em I play E - it works for me that way.

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stagler 10 Jan 16, 2010 06:04 AM

I think the E7 in the chorus is Em or Em7 but otherwise bang on.

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