Paraguay And Panama
Capo 3rd fret, all chord shapes relative to capo. Standard root chords. F#/G just keep the G shape on the higher strings with an F# in the bass (either with a finger or your thumb): F#/G: 2 X 0 0 3 3 The picking is up to you, and I find it more fun to play it quite loose (aka I'm not going to bother writing it out). The only exeption is where I've written C7M : this is just C but hit the B string and pull off your finger to leave an open string. This is the little twiddly bit you can hear Charles play. In the bits between verses, try putting that 1 on the B string and pulling it off, both on the C and G. Fun to play around with. Intro: G C G C G G D C G F#/G Ever had your numbers called Em Am Ever ran away. G D C G F#/G Ever loved and lost it all Em Am Don't you wanna say C Bm C Bm And if you had, and if you had (Bm) Em C The chance to run it all like you know it's meant (C) D C C7M Would you roll a dice or sprint until the end (Between verses) G, C, G G D C G F#/G Pickled and soured, bruised and dry Em Am That's the local way G D C G F#/G Strange old flag, flying high Em Am Don't know what to say C Bm C Bm Just tip your head, just tip your head (Bm) Em C And let us know your heart, beats like the rest D C C7M And we will roll around, and do our best (Between verses) G, C, G G D C G F#/G Painted girl, upon the wall Em Am Covered carefully G D C G F#/G In Paraguay and Panama, you were Em Am The hourglass beauty queen C Bm C Bm Just flick your hair, just flick your hair (Bm) Em C And move your lips around, in the shape of words (Am) D C C7M That you knew before all of this G, C, G.