Prettiest Eyes chords with lyrics by Beautiful South - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Beautiful South – Prettiest Eyes chords

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    My acoustic version of this superb song, make sure to stick the capo
    on the second fret, and listen for the timings and pauses used 
    throughout

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                            PRETTIEST EYES
                        **** CAPO 2nd FRET ****

* RIFF * D D e|--2-----0--2--------2-----0--2-----2--0-----| B|--3--0--------3-----3--3--------3-----------| G|--2-----------------2-----------------------| D|--------------------------------------------| A|--------------------------------------------| E|--------------------------------------------|
D G D E G DLine one, Is the time, That you, You first stayed over at mine
E G D A G DAnd we drank our first bottle of wine, And we cried
D G D E G DTwo, We're away, And we both, We both had nowhere to stay
E G D A G D DWell the bus shelters always okay, When you're young
D G D GNow you're older and I look at your face, Every wrinkle is so easy to place
D Bm A AAnd I only write them down just in case, That you die
A D Bm G AJust take a look at these crows feet Just look, Sitting on the prettiest eyes
D Bm G ASixty twentyfifth of Decembers, Fiftynine Fourth of July's
G A D BmNot through the age or the failure children, Not through the hate or despise
D Bm A DTake a good look at these crows feet, Sitting on the prettiest eyes *RIFF*
D G D E G DLine three, I forget, But I think, I think it was our first ever bet
E G D A G DAnd the horse we backed was short of a leg, Nevermind
D G D E G DFour, In a park, And the things, The things that people do in the dark
E G D A G D DI could hear the faintest beat of your heart, Then we did
D G D GNow you're older and I look at your face, Every wrinkle is so easy to place
D Bm A AAnd I only write them down just in case, You should die
A D Bm G AJust take a look at these crows feet Just look, Sitting on the prettiest eyes
D Bm G ASixty twentyfifth of Decembers, Fiftynine Fourth of July's
G A D BmYou can't have too many good times children, You can't have too many lines
D Bm A DTake a good look at these crows feet, Sitting on the prettiest eyes *RIFF*
D G DWell my eyes look like a map, Of the town
D G DAnd my teeth are either yellow, Or they're brown
G A D BmBut you'll never hear the crack of a frown when you are here
G A D G D G DYou'll never hear the crack, Of a frown, Of a frown, Of a frown
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