Guitar chords with lyrics
THE ROLLING STONES ALBUM : aftermaths 1966 This is a real boogie blues, with I. Stewart on piano I made the original tone tab in FF
INTRO (on piano): F7F7 VERSE 1: FF Well, I was happy here at home FF I got everything I need. FF Happy bein' on my own FF Just living the life I lead. Bb majorBb Well, suddenly it dawned on me FF That this was not my life. C7C7 So I just phoned the airline girl Bb7Bb7 And said, "Get me on flight number 505, FF Get me on flight number 505." VERSE 2: FF Well, I confirmed my reservation. FF Then I hopped a cab. FF No idea of my destination FF And feeling pretty bad. Bb majorBb With my suitcase in my hand. FF In my head, my new life. C7C7 So then I told the airline girl Bb7Bb7 "Well, get me on flight number 505, FF Get me on flight number 505." Alright.
SOLO 1 on verse's chords VERSE 3: FF Well, I sat right there in my seat. FF Well, feeling like a king. FF With the whole world right at my feet. FF "Of course I'll have a drink!" Bb majorBb Well, suddenly I saw FF That we never ever would arrive. C7C7 He put the plane down in the sea. Bb7Bb7 The end of flight number 505. FF The end of flight number 505. Alright. SOLO 2 on verse's chords C7C7 He put the plane down in the sea. Bb7Bb7 The end of flight number 505. FF The end of flight number 505.
ⓘ Guitar chords for 'Flight 505' by The Rolling Stones, a rock band formed in 1962 from London, England. The Rolling Stones is known for their energetic rock/pop music.