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Sweet Painted Lady chords

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[Verse 1]

            G 
I'm back on dry land once again 
     Gmaj7 
Opportunity awaits me like a rat in the drain 
Dm                   G7                     C 
   We're all hunting honey with money to burn 
       Cm                         G/B                   Am7   D   Daug
Just a short time to show you the tricks that we've learned 
 
[Verse 2]

       G 
If the boys all behave themselves here 
             Gmaj7 
Well there's pretty young ladies and beer in the rear 
Dm                  G7                       C 
   You won't need a gutter to sleep in tonight 
       Cm                        G/B           Am7   D   Daug 
Oh the prices I charge here will see you alright 
 
[Verse 3]

       G 
So she lays down beside me again 
   Gmaj7 
My sweet painted lady, the one with no name 
Dm                     G7           C 
Many have used her and many still do 
          Cm                       G/B           Am7   D 
There's a place in the world for a woman like you 
 
[Chorus]

Daug   G             F# 
Oh,    sweet painted lady 
F                          E7 
Seems it's always been the same 
Am7              D 
Getting paid for being laid 
G                            Am7 
Guess that's the name of the game 
  G               F# 
Oh sweet painted lady 
F                          E7 
Seems it's always been the same 
Am7              D 
Getting paid for being laid 
G                            Am7   D   G   Daug 
Guess that's the name of the game, oh
 
[Verse 4]

                     G 
Forget us we'll have gone very soon 
        Gmaj7 
Just forget we ever slept in your rooms 
    Dm                           G7          C 
And we'll leave the smell of the sea in your beds 
      Cm                    G/B              Am7   D   Daug
Where love's just a job and nothing is said 
 
[Verse 5]

       G 
So she lays down beside me again 
   Gmaj7 
My sweet painted lady, the one with no name 
Dm                     G7           C 
Many have used her and many still do 
          Cm                       G/B           Am7   D   Daug
There's a place in the world for a woman like you 
 
[Chorus]

   G             F# 
Oh sweet painted lady 
F                          E7 
Seems it's always been the same 
Am7              D 
Getting paid for being laid 
G                            Am7 
Guess that's the name of the game 
   G             F# 
Oh sweet painted lady 
F                          E7 
Seems it's always been the same 
Am7              D 
Getting paid for being laid 
G                            Am7   D
Guess that's the name of the game, oh
 
G     F#   F   E7
Am7   D    G   Am7   D
G     F#   F   E7
Am7   D    G   Am7   D   G

            
            
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Hampusw 41 Jun 10, 2006 04:11 PM

Accurate, great job ;D

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TheBadger. 31 Aug 10, 2009 03:34 AM

i dont think the Dm on the 3rd line or the Am on the fourth are necessary. I'll check with the song, but just check it again

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TheBadger. 31 Aug 10, 2009 03:34 AM

but otherwise its incredibly accurate. well done

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