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Cole Swindell - Dozen Roses And A Six Pack chords

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Okay so for the Intro before the lyrics you play Em7 and on the third strum down take your finger off 
the B string, strum two more times, and then but your finger back on the B string. You play that 3 
times and then switch to Cadd9 to end the Intro. Confusing to explain but try it out!

Capo on 1st Fret

  Em7: x22x33
Cadd9: x32x33
    G: 32xxx3
    D: xxx232
 D/F#: x2x233

Em7                        Cadd9
There's that flower shop on Main.
Em7                     G                 Cadd9
Lord it's been too long since it's seen my face.
Em7                   G           Cadd9
I probably should've stopped by yesterday.
Em7         G             Cadd9
Just a few miles from our house.
          Em7          G       Cadd9           G
There's a neon sign flashing "coldest beer in town."
        Em7                       G
Is she gone for good, well it's hard to say
         Em7                Cadd9
But I'm going to be ready either way.


(Chorus)
         Em7         G               Cadd9
I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
             Em7               G            Cadd9
One for everytime I left her lonely waiting on me
            G               D
Why did it take so long to see?
         Em7               Cadd9
And this six pack might not be enough
            G                       Cadd9   G
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us
                     Em7         D
We'll either work it out or we won't.
             Em7       Cadd9              D/F#                        Cadd9
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home, and a six pack if she don't.


Em7                            Cadd9
I'm prayin' love will bring her back
Em7                        Cadd9           G
Oh, just one more chance is all I'll ever ask
Em7             Cadd9         G
I sure hope she ain't a memory yet.
         Em7
But she left her book there on the bed
        Cadd9          D
Would a woman leave a man like that?


(Chorus)
         Em7        G                Cadd9
I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
              Em7             G             Cadd9
One for everytime I left her lonely waiting on me
            G               D
Why did it take so long to see?
         Em7                 Cadd9
And this six pack might not be enough
            G                       Cadd9   G
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us
                     Em7        D
We'll either work it out or we won't.                            (higher voice)
             Em7       Cadd9              D/F#                         Em7
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home, and a six pack if she don't.

           
(Interlude)
       Em7                       G
Is she gone for good, well it's hard to say.
        Em7                      G
But I'm going to be ready either way.


(Final Chorus)
         Em7        G                 Cadd9
I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
             Em7               G                 
One for everytime I left her lonely waitin' on me, baby 
 Em7               D
Why'd it take so long to see?
         Em7                 Cadd9
And this six pack might not be enough
            G                       Cadd9  G
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us.
                     Em7        G
We'll either work it out or we won't.
             Em7        Cadd9              D
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
            Em7          Cadd9                D/F#
I got these dozen roses incase she comes back home
                      Cadd9
And a six pack if she don't. 



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