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Poison Prince chords by Amy MacDonald

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Amy MacDonald-Poison Prince
Tabbed By- Nicole Kay- nikkikay@hotmail.co.uk

An amazing song, and really easy to play.

Capo on 1st

Intro- E chord diagramEE x2

Am chord diagramAmAm
The poet’s a genius,
C chord diagramCC
Its something I don’t see,
E chord diagramEE
Why would a genius be trippin on me?

Am chord diagramAmAm
And there’s looking and another ,
C chord diagramCC
Why he can’t see is that
F chord diagramFF
I’m looking through his eyes,
E chord diagramEE
So many lies behind his eyes.

Am chord diagramAmAm
N tell me stories from your past,
C chord diagramCC
And sing me songs you wrote before.
F chord diagramFF
I tell you this my Poison Prince,
E chord diagramEE
You’ll soon be knocking on Heaven’s door.

Am chord diagramAmAm
Some kind of Poison Prince,
C chord diagramCC
With your eyes in daze.
F chord diagramFF
Some kind of Poison Prince,
E chord diagramEE
Your life is like a maze.
Am chord diagramAmAm
And what we all want
C chord diagramCC
and what we all crave,
F chord diagramFF
Is an upbeat song,
E chord diagramEE
So that we can dance the night away.

(Same chords repeated throughout)

Who said life was easy,
Who said life was fair,
Who said no one gives a dam,
And no one even cared.

The way you’re acting now,
Like you left that all behind.
You’ve given up,
You’ve given in,
And I’m a sucker of that kind.

Some kind of Poison Prince,
With your eyes in daze.
Some kind of Poison Prince,
Your life is like a maze.

And what we all want and what we all crave,
Is an upbeat song ,
So that we can dance the night away.

Some kind of Poison Prince,
With your eyes in daze.
Some kind of Poison Prince,
Your life is like a maze.

And what we all want and what we all crave,
Is an upbeat song ,

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