Little Dolls

Frank And Walters Guitar Tabs/Chords
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Little Dolls

Post by cliffcake » 23 Dec 2010 12:38

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Little Dolls - The Frank And Walters

Note: Chords are struck downward mostly on strings 1-4 and then quickly followed by downward strokes on strings 2 and 3 respectively.

C                      Em            B7
She didn't like little dolls anymore
                  Em           e|-3-2-|
Cuddly toys were her new cure
Am
She sits in her bedsit
           Bm7
Wondering how it all went wrong
         Dm                            G
How the man she fell in love with was gone


C                     Em          B7
She didn't like to be her anymore
                         Em        e|-3-2-|
She didn't like feeling so unsure
Am                      Bm7
She goes out nights and she'll sleep with anyone
            Dm                            G  G7
'cause her dreams of meeting princes are gone


                       C   Em
Will someone turn her on
                      Am    e|-1-3-|
Will someone make it right
F                   C        Em       Am
And tell her not to lose her sight of hope
        F            G
'cause she can be a princess


C                      Em              B7
She didn't like pretty clothes anymore
                    Em            e|-3-2-|
Darkened rags were what she wore
Am                              Bm7
She turns out the light and she plays her favourite song
              Dm                               G G7
'cause she's tired of feeling worthless and wrong



                         C   Em
Would  someone turn her on
                      Am    e|-1-3-|
Will someone make it right
F                   C        Em       Am
And tell her not to lose her sight of hope
        F            G
'cause she can be a princess


                       C    Em
Will someone tell her now
                       Am  e|-1-3-|
Will someone show her how
F                   C        Em       Am
And tell her not to lose her sight of hope
        F            G         C
'cause she can be a princess