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Free The drugs don't work tab for the acoustic guitar. Learn to play The Verve with easy chords for beginners

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Chord C (x,3,2,0,1,0)
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Chord Em (0,2,2,0,0,0)
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Chord F (1,3,3,2,1,1)
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Chord G (3,2,0,0,3,3)
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Chord Am (x,0,2,2,1,0)
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Intro: [C C][C C][Am Am][Am Am]
       [Em Em][F F-G G][C C][C C]


1st verse :
         C C                     C C
All this talk of gettin' old 
                Am Am             Am Am
It's gettin' me down my love 
                Em Em 
Like a cat in a bag 
           F F     -
Waiting to drown 
     G G   -    C C            C C
This time I'm coming down 



2nd verse :
       C C                          C C
And I hope you're thinking of me
                 Am Am          Am Am
As you lay down on your side
                    Em Em 
Now the drugs don't work 
                   F F    -
They just make you worse 
      G G       -          C C            C C
But I know I'll see your face again 
                    Em Em 
Now the drugs don't work 
                   F F       -
They just make you worse 
      G G        -         C C             C C
But I know I'll see your face again 



3rd verse :
      C C                            C C
But I know I'm on a losing streak 
                      Am Am            Am Am
‘Cause I passed down my old street 
                 Em Em 
And if you wanna show 
                 F F     -
Then just let me know 
         G G      -     C C          C C
and I'll sing in your ear again
                    Em Em 
Now the drugs don't work 
                   F F     -
They just make you worse 
      G G        -         C C             C C
But I know I'll see your face again 


Chorus :
            F F     Em Em 
’Cause baby ooohhhh 
          Am Am               G G 
If heaven calls I'm coming too 
              F F   Em Em 
Just like you said 
              Am Am                G G 
You leave my life I'm better of dead. 


4st verse :
         C C                    C C
All this talk of gettin' old 
                Am Am             Am Am
It's gettin' me down my love 
                Em Em 
Like a cat in a bag 
           F F    -
Waiting to drown 
G G      -      C C            C C
This time I'm coming down 
                    Em Em 
Now the drugs don't work 
                   F F     -
They just make you worse 
      G G        -         C C            C C
But I know I'll see your face again 


Chorus :
            F F     Em Em 
’Cause baby ooohhhh 
          Am Am               G G 
If heaven calls I'm coming too 
              F F  Em Em 
Just like you said 
             Am Am                 G G 
You leave my life I'm better of dead. 


5st verse :
                 Em Em 
But if you wanna show 
                 F F     -
Then just let me know 
         G G      -     C C             C C
And I'll sing in your ear again 
                    Em Em 
Now the drugs don't work 
                   F F      -
They just make you worse 
      G G        -         C C 
But I know I'll see your face again 


Outro :
C C                           C C                |
  Yeah I know I'll see your face again       |   x4


[C C][C C][C C][C C]

C C                                               C C                                 |
Never coming down, I'm never coming down no more no more no more no more no more  | x3


[C C][C C]>let ring

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