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Indian Summer chords

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Stereophonics - Indian Summer

Awesome new tune off the new album

This is fairly close, may be tuned half a step down but this sounds good enough to me :)

Listen to the song for timing ( it's on youtube )


Every time that I see ya,
 Am                F
A lightening bolt fills the room, 
 C                 G
The underbelly of Paris, 
 Am                F
She sings her favorite tune, 
 C                 G
She'll drink you under the table,
 Am                F
She'll show you a trick or two, 
 C                 G
But every time that I left her, 
 Am                F
I missed the things she would do. 
 C                 G

She was the one - for me, 
            F          C
She opened my eyes - to see,
            Am         G
She was the one - for me, 
            F          C
Well alright. 
            G          G


It was a cold September,
  Am                F
Before the Indian summer, 
  C                 G
That's the thing I remember,
  Am                F
When she gave me her number,
  C                 G
Went from station to station,
  Am                F
On a train 'cross the nation
  C                 G
And the rain of November, 
  Am                F
That's the time that we ended, 
  C                 G
She was the one - for me, 
  F                 C
Well alright. 
  G

Vodka with Coca Cola, 
Cocaine tucked in her shoes, 
Cigarettes over coffee, 
Her halo slipped to a noose, 
Take a slow boat to China, 
You fly a rag 'round the moon, 
She could take it or leave it, 
I knew it had to end soon. 

She was the one - for me, 
She opened my eyes - to see, 
She was the one - for me, 
Well alright. 

It was a cold September, 
Before the Indian summer, 
That's the thing I remember, 
When she gave me her number, 
Went from station to station, 
On a train 'cross the nation, 
And the rain of November, 
That's the time that we ended, 
She was the one - for me, 
Well alright, alright, alright, yeah

            
            
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stereophoney 138 Dec 28, 2012 01:47 AM

Just realised the chorus is F C Am G not Am F C G apologies

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colinshannon35@ 10 Apr 06, 2013 02:59 AM

she opened her eyes to see is G then Am also.

what do you think

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10hinchlytj 10 Jul 30, 2013 06:07 AM

Colinshannon and stereophoney are right. I have made a tab/chord page if u wanna see it...

Sorry!

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