Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – There She Goes My Beautiful World chords

Chords:
Left handed
Transpose:
"There She Goes, My Beautiful World"
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus
2004

This is a pretty easy song, you just go back and forth from Cm and F during all the 
verse and bridge parts.
The chorus is the only part that is different, where you play [C  G  Am  F G].
But since I'm anal about this kinda thing, I'll put it out clearly here.

Cm* Cme|--x-----3--|B|--x-----4--|G|--0-----5--|D|--1-----5--|A|--3-----3--|E|--x-----3--|
x = don't play these strings -Using my Cm* chord is optional, but it adds some nice, tense subtlety to the verses I like to use it in. -I'll put the Capo III chords at the bottom of the tab Intro: Cm* F Cm* F
Cm* F Cm* The wintergreen, the juniper
F Cm*The cornflower and the chicory
F Cm*All the words you said to me
F CmStill vibrating in the air
F CmThe elm, the ash and the linden tree
F CmThe dark and deep, enchanted sea
F CmThe trembling moon and the stars unfurled
F CThere she goes, my beautiful world
C G There she goes, my beautiful world
AmThere she goes, my beautiful world
FThere she goes, my beautiful world
G Cm F Cm FThere she goes agaaaaaaaaain
Cm* FJohn Willmot penned his poetry
Cm* F riddled with the pox
Cm* F Nabakov wrote on index cards,
Cm* Fat a lectem, in his socks
Cm FSt. John of the Cross did his best stuff
Cm Fimprisoned in a box
Cm F And JohnnyThunders was half alive
Cm Fwhen he wrote Chinese Rocks
Cm FWell, me, I'm lying here, with nothing in my ears
Cm F Me, I'm lying here, with nothing in my ears
Cm F Me, I'm lying here, for what seems years
Cm F I'm just lying on my bed with nothing in my head
Cm F Send that stuff on down to me
CmSend that stuff on down to me
FSend that stuff on down to me
CSend that stuff on down
C GThere she goes, my beautiful world
AmThere she goes, my beautiful world
FThere she goes, my beautiful world
G Cm F Cm FThere she goes agaaaaaaaaain
Cm* FKarl Marx squeezed his carbuncles
Cm* Fwhile writing Das Kapital
Cm* F And Gaugin, he buggered off, man,
Cm Fand went all tropical
Cm F While Philip Larkin, he stuck it out
Cm Fin a library in Hull
Cm F And Dylan Thomas died drunk in
Cm F St. Vincent's hospital
Cm FI will lie at your feet
CmI will kneel at your door
FI will rock you to sleep
CmI will roll on the floor
FAnd I'll ask for nothing
CmNothing in this life
FI'll ask for nothing
CmGive me ever-lasting life
Cm FI just want to move the world
CmI just want to move the world
FI just want to move the world
CI just want to move
C GThere she goes, my beautiful world
AmThere she goes, my beautiful world
FThere she goes, my beautiful world
G Cm F Cm FThere she goes agaaaaaaaaain
Cm* F So if you got a trumpet, get on your feet,
Cm* Fbrother, and blow it
Cm* F If you've got a field, that don't yield,
Cm* Fwell get up now and hoe it
Cm FI look at you and you look at me and
Cm Fdeep in our hearts babe we know it
Cm FThat you weren't much of a muse,
Cm Fbut then I weren't much of a poet
Cm F I will be your slave
CmI will peel you grapes
FUp on your pedestal
CmWith your ivory and apes
FWith your book of ideas
CmWith your alchemy
F CmO Come on, Send that stuff on down to me
Cm FSend that stuff on down to me
CmSend that stuff on down to me
FSend that stuff on down to me
CmSend that stuff on down to me
FSend it all around the world
CmSend it all around the world
FCause there she goes
CMy beautiful girl
C GThere she goes, my beautiful world
AmThere she goes, my beautiful world
FThere she goes, there she goes
G CThere she goes again
C GThere she goes, my beautiful world
AmThere she goes, my beautiful world
FThere she goes, my beautiful world
G F CThere she goes a----gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaain
- If you play with a Capo on the 3rd fret, the chords are: [Verse: Am D] [Chorus: A E F#m D E]
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