The Raconteurs – Carolina Drama Acoustic chords

Chords
Transpose:
This is just the chords with the two main riffs incorporated for when you're playing 
solo acoustic or something, thought it sounded pretty good.

First riff:E---------------0-|B--5--5/3--3-3--1-|G--7--7/5--4-5--2-|D---------------2-|A---------------0-|E-----------------|
Second riff, when the D chord is about to transition back to Amin:E--3-3-2-0-2--0--|B--3-3-3-2-3--1--|G--2-2-2-3-2--2--|D--0-0-0-0-0--2--|A-------------0--|E----------------|
simple enough. Chords:
AmI'm not sure if there's a point to the story
C Gbut I'm going to tell it again
AmSo many other people try to tell the tale
C Gnot one of them knows the end
AmIt was a junk-house in South Carolina
C GHeld a boy the age of ten
AmAlong with his Older brother Billy
C G AmAnd a mother and her boyfriend
DWho was a triple loser with some blue tattoos
DThat were given to him when he was young
AmAnd a drunk temper that was easy to lose
C G Em AmAnd thank god he didn't own a gun
(same progression through the next verse, but at the end it goes:)
Am C G Em G F AmThen during the break:
Am G F (The next verse is the same chords. After the next break, it goes:)
AmBilly broke in and saw the blood on the floor, and
AmHe turned around and put the lock on the door
DmHe looked dead into the boyfriend's eye
EHis mother was a ghost, too upset to cry, then
Those 4 chords repeat until the end where it returns to the Am C G format. Simple enough. Enjoy!
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