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Rolling Stones, Torn And Frayed Chords (ver.1)

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Torn And Frayed Chords (ver.1)

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                written by Jagger-Richards, From the album `Exile on Main Street`


Its played as normal chords rather than barre chords and the `d`
chords will often have a `sus4` or is  played with 2 fingers 
(ignoring the finger placement on the e string-i think its called 
an add2)but more often than not it is just a straight `d`

d, a, e, d
a   g                   d
hey let them follow you down
d        a      e             d
way undergound, wind and he`s bound
a      g             d
bound to follow you down
d           a    e               d
just a deadbeat, right off the street
a     g               d
bound to follow you down


a       g             d
though ball rooms and smelly bordellos
        a             g                d
and dressing rooms filled with parasites
      a         g                d
on stage, the band has got problems
        a         d           a           a d a
theyre a bag of nerves on first nights


a        g           d
he aint tied down to no home town

yeh and you thought he was reckless

you think hes bad, he thinks youre mad

yeh, and the guitar player looks reckless


CHORUS
a        g       d
well his coat is torn and frayed
      a       g           d
and its seen much better days
       a           g          d
just as long as the guitar plays
        a          d          a      a d a
let ity steal your heart away


d            a     e             d        
Joes got a cough, sounds kind of rough
a      g                   d
yeh, got the codine to fix it
d           a     e            d
Doctor prescribes drugstore supplies
a           g             d
who`s gonna help him to kick it

repeat chorus
            

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