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Hand Bags And Gladrags Chords (ver.2)

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Hand Bags And Gladrags Chords (ver.2)

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 This song uses a capo on the first fret. The chords in brackets shown below, next to the chords used
 are the chord finger shapes you would make and chords you would play if there wasn't a capo ie, Bb5 = (A5)

 Chords used:

 Bb5     x022xx    (A5)
 Bb5/Ab  3x22xx    (A5/Gb)
 Eb/G    2x02xx    (D/F#)
 F7      0x2130    (E7)
 Gm      244222    (F#m)
 F       022100    (E)
 Bb      x02220    (A)
 C       x2444x    (B)
 Eb      xx0232    (D)
 Eb/F    xx2232    (D/E)
 Bb/Ab   3x222x    (A/G)
 Eb/G(2) 2x023x    (D/F#(2))
 F7(2)   022130    (E7(2))


 Intro:

    Bb5      Bb5/Ab    Eb/G     F7   x3

 
 Verse 1:

 Bb5           Bb5/Ab                Eb/G   F7                        Bb5    Bb5/Ab    Eb/G     F7
   Ever see a blind man cross the road,    tryin' to make the other side?
 Bb5           Bb5/Ab             Eb/G      F7                        Bb5    Bb5/Ab    Eb/G     F7
  Ever see a young girl growing old,       tryin' make herself a bride?

  
 Chorus 1:

 Gm                      F        Bb                            C
   So what becomes of you my love      when they have fin'lly stripped you of
 Eb                                         Eb/F                               Bb5    Bb5/Ab    Eb/G               
  the handbags and the gladrags that your poor old grandad had to sweat to buy you,
 F7       Bb5        Bb5/Ab      Eb/G       F7
   yeah, yeah.


 Verse 2: (as verse 1)


 Once I was a young man and all I thought I had to do was smile.
 Well, you are still a young girl and you bought everything in style.


 Chorus 2:

 Gm                      F        Bb                            C
  So once you think you're in, you're out, 'cause you don't mean a single thing without
 Eb                                         Eb/F                               Bb5    Bb5/Ab    Eb/G
  the handbags and the gladrags that you're poor old grandad had to sweat to buy you,
 F7       Bb5        Bb5/Ab      Eb/G       Eb/F        Bb       Eb/F
   yeah, yeah.


 Verse 3:

 Bb              Bb/Ab               Eb/G(2)   F7(2)                      Bb    Bb/Ab   Eb/G(2)   F7(2)
  Sing a song of sixpence for your sake         and drink a bottle full of rye.
 Bb               Bb/Ab           Eb/G(2)     F7(2)       Bb          Bb/Ab    Eb/G(2)    F7(2)
  Four and twenty blackbirds in a cake    and bake them all in a pie.


 Chorus 3:

 Gm                             F      Bb                             C
  They told me you missed school today,   so what I suggest you just throw them all away,
       Eb                                       Eb/F                          N.C. (guitar tacet)
  the handbags and the gladrags that you're poor old grandad had to sweat to buy you,

  woh, woh

 
 Instrumental with piano solo:     (Guitar tacet.)


 Chorus 4: (strum chords just once for the first line)

 Gm                             F      Bb                             C
  They told me you missed school today,   so what I suggest you just throw them all away,
       Eb                                       Eb/F                           Bb5   Bb5/Ab   Eb/G   F7                                                      
  the handbags and the gladrags that you're poor old grandad had to sweat to buy you.


 Outro:

   Bb5     Bb5/Ab    Eb/G      F7   x2

   Bb5     Bb5/Ab    Eb/G      Eb/F  and end on:    Bb
                                 ^
                          strum this chord
                            twice quickly
            
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