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The Last Of The English Roses chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I've heard a few different sets of lyrics for this, but these seem to be the most common 
best!).
Actually the more live versions i watch, it appears Pete just picks verses
at random. Still, sounds good one way or another:

[Intro]

C#m A C#m A E


[Verse]

      C#m                A                           C#m
Oh my you did look dapper in your mothers old green scarf
                   A                      C#m
with your famous Aunty, Arthurs trousers on
                     A                      C#m
Got slapped by that slapper and we all laughed
                A              E
But she laughed the loudest in 93
 C#m             A                    C#m                     
      A
"Saucy" you'd say and we all fell around, rolling 'round the playground,
C#m              A                   C#m                      
      A
"Cheeky" you'd say and we all fell around, rolling 'round the playground.
E
In 94


[Bridge]

E
Charm the bees knees off the bees

Skipping and dancing hand in hand


[Pre-Chorus]

  D                            E
Yeah it was all the boys together
D                        E
and all the girls together


[Chorus]

 A              E         D     A
She's the last of the english ro-oses

 A              E         D     A
She's the last of the english ro-oses


[Verse]

  C#m                         A                                C#m
She knows her Rodneys from her Stanleys and her Kappas from her Reebok
                         A                           C#m
And her tit from her tat and her Winstons from her Enoks
                         A                          C#m
And round the Snooker table she danced the Frutti-Tutti
                           A                                 C#m
And she almost spilled her lager toasting girls of great beauty


[Bridge]

E
2009 comin of age, comin alive


[Pre-Chorus]

  D                            E
Yeah it was all the boys together
D                        E
and all the girls together


[Chorus]

 A              E         D     A
She's the last of the english ro-oses
 A              E         D     A
She's the last of the english ro-oses

Thats it!

            
            
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Charlie00004444 42 Feb 17, 2009 09:54 AM

Just a note, play the C#m on the 9th fret btw cz thats how he plays it live nd it sounds better that way, great tab tho!

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Decmccann 10 Feb 18, 2009 09:13 AM

i think its the F#m on the 9th fret, the one below the C#m, it sounds more like it anyway

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JackHearts 40 Feb 28, 2009 02:26 PM

Sorry it got a bit mangled there in the middle, it should be like this:

C#m A C#m
"Saucy" you'd say and we all fell around, rolling 'round the
A
playground,

C#m A C#m
"Cheeky" you'd say and we all fell around, rolling 'round the #
A
playground.
E

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