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Play With Fire Chords

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                        Play With Fire
[Intro]
G  D  G  C  Em

[Verse]
Em
Well you got your diamonds
And you got your pretty clothes
And the chauffeur drives your car
You let everybody know,   but

[Chorus]
G          D                           C                    
Em
    Don't   Play  with  me,    Cause   you're  playin'  with  fire.

[Verse]
Em
Your mother,   she's  an   heiress
Own's  a block in  Saint John's  woods
And your  father-----rd  be  there with her
If he only could.        but

(chorus),   instr. chorus

Em
Your old man took her diamonds
And tiara's by the score
Now  she gets  her kicks in Steadly
Not in Knights Bridge   anymore,    so

[Chorus]

Em
Now you got some diamonds
And you will add some others
But you better watch your step girl
Or start living with you mother,   so,   (chorus  X 2)

(I like this old Rolling Stones song, I hope I got all the words correct,
maybe some English chaps understand some of the lingo better than I do,
but its still a good rather simple song to learn.  Try Em variations
while strumming to add a little variety to the verses) This song can be
heard on "Big Hits" High Tide and Green Grass, Rolling Stones album and
earlier works by the Rolling Stones.
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Jimwax 135 Apr 13, 2010 05:45 AM

High just a couple of typos - 2nd verse its St Johns Wood (posh bit of London) 3rd verse - she gets her kicks in "Stepney" (its the east end of London) and its Knightsbridge another posh bit of London. Great tab - Great song for a 60s flip side of The Last Time single - Jimwax

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spmpj1 10 Nov 24, 2013 05:12 AM

In the chorus, your missed the second G. Like in the intro, no big deal. Thank you.

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