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Sick And Tired Chords

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Sick & Tired
by The Cardigans
from the album "Life" (1995)


Here's my take on the song--hope you enjoy.



Em  B7  Em  F#  B7
Em  B7  Em  F#  B7  

Em    B7        Em    
Sick, tired and homeless
     F#             B7
with no one here to sing for
Em    B7       Em       
tired of being weightless
    F#                B7           Em  B7  Em
for all these looking good boys


C       D             G             Em
You can always say my attic has its charm
C       D              G            Em
You can always say you did no major harm
Am7     D               B7             Em
You can always say that summer had its charm
             G      D     C      Am7
and that you did no major harm
    D               G       B7
Oh, spare me if you please


Em    B7        Em       
Sick, tired and sleepless
     F#             B7
with no one else to shine for
Em      B7     Em       
Sick of all my distress
    F#               B7           Em  B7  Em
but I won't show I'm still poor


C       D             G             Em
You can always say my attic has its charm
C       D              G            Em
You can always say you did no major harm
Am7     D               B7             Em
You can always say that summer had its charm
             G      D     C      Am7
and that you did no major harm
    D               G       B7
Oh, spare me if you please


Em  B7  Em  F#  B7
Em  B7  Em  F#  B7 
Em  B7  Em

C       D             G             Em
You can always say my attic has its charm
C       D              G            Em
You can always say you did no major harm
Am7     D               B7             Em
You can always say that summer had its charm
             G      D     C      
and that you did no major harm
Am7     D        
You can always say that
Am7     D                Am7
You can always say that
    D               G       B7
Oh, spare me if you please

Em  B7  Em

C       D             G             Em       
C       D             G             Em

C               D
Symptoms are so deep
G                   Em
Something here's so wrong
C              D
Nothing is complete
G             Em
Nowhere to belong
Am7             D 
Symptoms are so deep
                   G
I think I'd better stay
           Em     Am7
here on my own
   D               G       B7    Em
So spare me if you please
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DennisChris wrote on October 1 2013, 11:24 am

that sounds perfect! good work

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