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Indian Summer chords

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[Intro]

Am Fmaj7 C G        X2


[Verse 1] 

Am                   Fmaj7
Everytime that I see her
C                          G
A lightning bolt fills the room
Am                   Fmaj7
The underbelly of Paris
C                          G
She sings her favourite tune


[Verse 2]

Am                    Fmaj7
She'll drink you under the table
C                          G
She'll show you a trick or two
Am                    Fmaj7
And every that I left her
C                          G
I miss a thing she would do


[Pre-chorus]

Fmaj7                   C
She was the one, for me
G                        Am
She opened my eyes, to see
Fmaj7                    C
She was the one, for me
           G
Oh alright


[Chorus]

Fmaj7                 C
It was a cold September
Am                           G
Before the Indian Summer
Fmaj7                  C
That's the thing I remember
Am                            G
When she gave me her number

Fmaj7                   C
Went from station to station
Am                           G
On a train across the nation
Fmaj7                    C
And the rain of November
Am                           G
That's the time that we ended

Fmaj7                   C
She was the one, for me
Am               G
Oh alright

[Verse 3]  

Am         Fmaj7
Vodka with coca-cola
C                     G
Cocaine tucked in her shoes
Am               Fmaj7
Cigarettes over coffee
C                     G
Her halo slipped to a noose


[Verse 4]

Am         Fmaj7
Take the slow boat to China
C                         G
You fly it right 'round the moon
Am                   Fmaj7
She could take it or leave it
C                     G
I knew it had to end soon

[Pre-chorus]

Fmaj7                   C
She was the one, for me
G                        Am
She opened my eyes, to see
Fmaj7                    C
She was the one, for me
           G
Oh alright


[Chorus]

Fmaj7                 C
It was a cold September
Am                           G
Before the Indian Summer
Fmaj7                  C
That's the thing I remember
Am                            G
When she gave me her number

Fmaj7                   C
Went from station to station
Am                           G
On a train across the nation
Fmaj7                    C
And the rain of November
Am                           G
That's the time that we ended

Fmaj7                   C
She was the one, for me
Am               G
Oh alright


[Solo] 

Fmaj7 C G Am

            
            
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korkeycat 199 Feb 11, 2013 07:27 AM

Great tab thanks i love this song and its so easy to play. Only one "tiny" change i wud advise is to drop the Am chord at the end of the bridge and chorus where the lyric is "oh alright" petty i know........otherwise perfect

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Gordonh 21 Mar 02, 2013 12:11 PM

V2
She'll show you a trick or two
V3
Cocaine tucked in her shoes

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Gibson1983 10 Mar 10, 2013 01:01 PM

Thanks for the perfect tab! Great song. Only correction I suggest is the bridge, second line, switch Am and G.

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