Elvis Costello – One Bell Ringing chords

Ok, so this is how i play it, not 100% correct i dont think.

He does this at the beginning i think, its a quick little move, but i think it sounds neat:|-e----------||-b--5\1-1/3-||-g--4\0-0/2-||-d----------||-a----------||-e----------|
I guess these are the correct chord names: Dsus2* C6 F* G|-e----0--||-e---0---||-e---5---||-e---7---||-b----3--||-b---1---||-b---6---||-b---8---||-g----2--||-g---0---||-g---5---||-g---7---||-d----0--||-d---2---||-d-------||-d-------||-a-------||-a---0---||-a-------||-a-------||-e-------||-e-------||-e-------||-e-------|
*There is a regular "F" played in the song, F* will notate the one played at the fifth fret *When playing the Dsus4, hammer on and off of the g string at your discretion Listen to the recording to get a sense of the song. There are some other little tricks he does, but this should at least get you started ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- One Bell Ringing
Dsus2Raining slapping on the window pane
CAn hour or more of teeming
C6Storm punching like a hurricane
Dsus2That tore him out of dreaming
Dsus2Air screaming through the slightest gap
CRattling between the frame and the sill
C6Drapes hanging from the final act
Dsus2When I had you still
F* G F* GOne lonely bird... is singing
F*Lower the hood hung of his lament
G F (Standard F at first fret) Dash him down on cold cement
C Dsus2One Bell Ringing
Flies buzzing round strip search light They've got him down on his knees He thinks of honey dripping from a spoon Girls whispering in Portuguese Between muzzle and the black site Electrical contact Deny your name and then carry the blame Somewhat after the fact One lonely bird is singing Lower the hood hung on that last lament Dash him down on cold cement One Bell Ringing
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