Whiskey Myers – Broken Window Serenade chords

Chords
Transpose:
Broken Window Serenade by Whiskey Myers

Transcribed by DWdrummer67. You can use either an Em or an Em7 on this one. I use 
Em just because I prefer the sound of that chord.

Tuning: Standard

Intro: Cadd9, Em (2x)

Cadd9 A couple of pretty flowers, that’s what I brought I to you
EmI saw you through a broken window, with a different point of view
Cadd9 You had signs of depression, from a long line of sin
Em Cadd9And your face tells a story, ‘bout the places you have been, I love you so
EmI thought you should know
Cadd9And that muddy waters flowin’, and as you take my hand
EmPast the creek down by the holler, through your daddy’s land
Cadd9And I could buy you a diamond, but I cannot change your world
Em Cadd9‘Cuz I ain't got no money, you’ll never be my girl… no
EmI thought you should know
Break: Cadd9, Em
Cadd9You was gonna be a singer, and a big movie star
EmBut you can’t catch no breaks baby, and Hollywood is hard
Cadd9Now you work down at the Time Out, off of 155
Em Cadd9And you’re dancing for your dollar, just tryin’ to stay alive, it hurts me so
EmI thought you should know
Cadd9And You feed your addiction, with your crystal meth
EmAnd I plea for your life, as it takes you to your death
Cadd9You make your deal with the devil, as your looks begin to fade
Em
Cadd9I saw you laughin’ through the tears, as you slowly slipped away, I watched you go
Em Cadd9 EmI thought you should know… yeah I watched you go… I thought you should know
Break: Cadd9, Em, Cadd9, Em
Cadd9And that cold rain is pourin’, as they lower you in a grave
EmI can barely recognize you, in your fragile state
Cadd9No more signs of depression, from a long time ago
Em Cadd9I throw in a pretty flower, as they slowly laid you low, it was a rose
Em Cadd9 EmI thought you should know… there it was a rose… I thought you should know
Break: Cadd9, Em, Cadd9, Em
Cadd9A couple of pretty flowers, that’s what I brought to you
Em Cadd9... Em...I saw you through a broken window, with a different point of view…
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