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Pj Harvey - The Last Living Rose chords

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This is pretty easy song once you get the rhythm right, you will need a capo on 5th fret.

Here's chords relative to the 5th fret:

Am [0 2 2 0 x x]
C  [3 2 0 0 x x]
F  [3 3 2 0 x x]
G  [x x 0 2 3 2]

Main riff goes like this (simplified):

     Am         C             F       C
G||-------0----------0-----|-------0----------0-----||
D||-------2----------0-----|-------2----------0-----||
A||--2-------2--2-------2--|--3-------3--2-------2--||
E||--0-------0--3-------3--|--3-------3--3-------3--||

Try to catch the groove!


Am  C    F    C
Goddamn' Europeans!
Am       C       F        C
Take me back to beautiful England
Am      C         F     C      Am   C  F        C
& the grey, damp filthiness of ages & battered books &

C    F       C               F
fog rolling down behind the mountains,
C        F          C            F
on the graveyards, and dead sea-captains.

Am      C      F                 C
Let me walk through the stinking alleys
Am      C         F      C
to the music of drunken beatings,
Am         C     F       C         Am   C
past the Thames River, glistening like gold
F                G
hastily sold for nothing. Nothing.


Here goes little solo, played over the main riff:
A||------------------------|--3--3--3---------------||
E||--0----0--0--3----3--3--|-----------3----3--3----||


Strum the chords in the last verse:

G             F                  Am
Let me watch night fall on the river,
G                     F         Am
the moon rise up and turn to silver,
G               F         Am
the sky move, the ocean shimmer,
G                     F
the hedge shake, the last living rose
Am            C F C
quiver.

Am C F C
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