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Poison And Wine chords

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1st Chorus (muted) 76 bpm
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2nd Verse, 2nd Chorus 76 bpm
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"Poison & Wine"

Capo 6

e|-------3-------3-------3-------|
B|-------3-------3-------3-------|
G|-------0-------2-------0-------|
D|-------0-------0-------2-------|
A|-------2-------0-------3-------|
E|-------3-------2-------0-------|
         G      D/F#   Cadd9


[Intro]

G  D/F#  Cadd9

[Verse 1]

    G               D/F#        Cadd9
You only know what I want you to, 
        G                   D/F#      Cadd9
I know everything you don't want me to.
        G                     D/F#       Cadd9
Oh your mouth is poison, your mouth is wine...
       G                         D/F#      Cadd9
Oh you think your dreams are the same as mine...


[Chorus]

   G                       D/F# 
oh I don't love you, but I always will, 
 Cadd9                            D/F#
oh I don't love you, but I always will.
G                       D/F#
I don't love you, but I always will, 
  Cadd9
I always, will..


[Verse 2]

  G                         D/F#       Cadd9
I wish you'd hold me when I turn my back,
        G                D/F#          Cadd9
ooh the less I give, the more I get back...
        G                    D/F#         Cadd9
Oh your hands can heal, your hands can bruise,
        G                  D/F#           Cadd9
I don't have a choice, but I still choose you...


[Chorus]

   G                       D/F#
Oh I don't love you, but I always will,
  Cadd9                          D/F#
oh I don't love you, but I always will...
G                       D/F#
I don't love you, but I always will, 
  Cadd9                          D/F# 
oh I don't love you, but I always will.
G                       D/F#        Cadd9                           D/F#
I don't love you, but I always will, I don't love you, but I always will.
G                       D/F#           Cadd9
I don't love you, but I always will, I always, will.
  G           D/F#
I always, will...
  Cadd9        
I always, will...
  G           D/F#
I always, will...
  Cadd9
I always, will...

            
            
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I<3Music321 31 May 29, 2012 02:03 PM

This is sweet and powerful all at the same time. :)

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jwilliambarge 10 Jan 02, 2015 11:57 AM

When you are playing the Cadd9 John Paul uses his pinky on the 4th fret of the D string to add color for a phrase.
Using the 123 pattern it goes 123, 123, 1 pinky on 23, 1 pinky pull off 23.
Tiny difference but I found myself wanting that extra note

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jsuiter 10 May 07, 2016 12:19 PM

When I first picked this out, I charted it pretty much as it was shown here. But, if you listen closely there is an F# bass note that you are not going to be able to hit with capo VI. On the video there are a few brief glimpses of John Paul playing the guitar, and he appears to have the capo on 2nd fret, which allows you to pick up the F# bass note playing the E form on the F# chord. Unfortunately I cannot reproduce exactly all the rest of the chords/sounds, and the video does not help much since there are no real clear looks at the guitar playing. The chords here transposed work well enough to sing it, but I would really like to see the exact chords he is playing.

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