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Rolling Stones - Beast Of Burden (Chord)
Submitter: palamin0 (158) on 8/18/03 2 comments
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Artist: Rolling Stones
Title: Beast Of Burden
chords by: palamin0 at countrytabs.com




Rolling Stones - Beast Of Burden




(verse 1)
 E              B/D# C#m         A 
 I'll never be  your beast of burden,  
 E            B/D# C#m      A 
 My back is  broad but it's a hurting,  
 E      B/D#         C#m                  A 
 All I  want is for  you to make  love to me,  
 E              B/D#  C#m        A 
 I'll never be  your  beast of burden,  
 E                B/D#  C#m                A 
 I've walked for  miles, my feet are hurting,  
 E      B/D#         C#m           A        B/D# - C#m 
 All I  want is for  you to make  love to me,       


(chorus)
 A                       E/G#              A 
 Am I hard enough Am I  rough enough Am I rich enough, 
     E/G#      A          B 
I'm  not too blind  to  see,  


(verse 2)
 I'll never be  your  beast of  burden  
 So let's go h ome an d draw the  curtains  
 Music on the radio  
 Come on baby,  make sweet love to me        

(chorus)
 A                       E/G#              A 
 Am I hard enough Am I  rough enough Am I rich enough, 
     E/G#      A          B 
I'm  not too blind  to  see, oh little sister,      
 E/D#    C#m              A 
Pretty, pretty, pretty  girl,  


(lead chords - E - B/D# - C#m - A - E - B/D# - C#m - A - E - B/D# - C#m) 


(bridge)
 A                 E                               A 
 You're such a  pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty,  pretty, pretty girl  
 E                                A 
 Pretty, pretty such a pretty,  pretty, pretty girl  
 E                 A 
 Come on, baby  please, please, please  


(verse 3)
 A         E 
 I'll tell ya,      
                B/D# C#m       A 
You can put me  out  on the  street,  
 E                        A 
 Put me out with no shoes on my feet,  
      E           B/D#   C#m                         A -E -B/D# -C#m 
But  put me out,  put me out, put me out, out of misery,       
 E          B/D#      C#m          A 
 All your sickness I  can suck it  up,  
 E               E/D# 
 Throw it all at me,  
 C#m             A 
 I can shrug it off,  
 E                   B/D# C#m             A 
The re's one thing, baby, I don't under stand,  
 E            E/G#                         A 
 You keep  telling me I ain't your kind of man,  


(chorus)
 A                       E/G#              A 
 Am I hard enough Am I  rough enough Am I rich enough, 
     E/G#      A          B 
I'm  not too blind  to  see, oh little sister,      
 E/D#    C#m              A 
Pretty, pretty, pretty  girl,  

             A  E- B/D#- C#m 
Ooh   Ooh please        



(verse 1)
 E              B/D# C#m         A 
 I'll never be  your beast of burden,  
 E            B/D# C#m      A 
 My back is  broad but it's a hurting,  
 E      B/D#         C#m                  A 
 All I  want is for  you to make  love to me,  
 E              B/D#  C#m        A 
 I'll never be  your  beast of burden,  
 E                B/D#  C#m                A 
 I've walked for  miles, my feet are hurting,  
 E      B/D#         C#m           A        B/D# - C#m 
 All I  want is for  you to make  love to me,
 


(ending)  
E              B/D# C#m     A
I don't need no beast of burden  
E            B/D# C#m            A  
I need no fussing, I need no nursing  
 



 
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