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Song: Dead Flowers
Artist: Rolling Stones
Album: Sticky Fingers

Tabbed By: Michael MacMillan

Here's a great and easy strum-along song by the Stones. It's essentially
three chords throughout the whole song and it has a country feel to it. 




Intro: Csus2 C  F  F  C 


C                       F              F                 C
Well when you're sittin there, in your silk apholstered chair

C              F                  F       C
Talkin to some rich folk that you know

C                        F          F          C
Well I hope you wont see me, in my ragged company

C                       F        F     C
cause you know I could never be alone

Pre-chorus:

         F                          C
Take me down little Suzie, take me down

  F                                           C
I know you think you're the queen of the underground

Chorus:

        F                              C    Csus4 C Csus2
You can send me dead flowers every morning

F                           C Csus4 C Csus2
Send me dead flowers by the mail

F                          C Csus4 C Csus2
Send me dead flowers at my wedding

      F                  F              C
And I wont forget to put roses on your grave

Verse II: (same chords as above)

C                       F                 F        C
Well when you're sittin back in your rose pink cadillac

C             F              F      C
Makin bets on Kentucky Derby day

C                           F           F            C
Well I'll be in my basement room with a needle and a spoon

    C                F            F      C
And another girl can take my pain away

Pre-chorus:

        F                           C
Take me down little Suzie, take me down

  F                                           C
I know you think you're the queen of the underground

Chorus:

            F                              C  Csus4 C Csus2
And you can send me dead flowers every morning

F                           C  Csus4 C Csus2
Send me dead flowers by the mail

F                           C  Csus4 C Csus2
Send me dead flowers to my wedding

      F                  F             C
And I wont forget to put roses on your grave


Solo

        F                           C
Take me down little Suzie, take me down

  F                                            C
I know you think you're the queen of the underground

             F                          C
And you can send me dead flowers every morning

F                                C
send me dead flowers by the U.S. mail

F                               C
Say it with dead flowers at my wedding

      F                  F              C
And I wont forget to put roses on your grave



That's it. This is a great song and fun to play. I hope you enjoy.

Macgee

            
            
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ibreakfortrees 10 Oct 04, 2015 11:09 AM

Lack of accuracy. Clearly wrong. First of all, this is a Towns Van Zant song, not the stones.. Secondly, it's a song that consists of more than two notes. Poorly done.

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