Manic Street Preachers - 4st 7lb Chords

Main Riff
Main Riff
 
No chord
    
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
No capo
Listen to the record to find the exact times when the chords
start.
e--------------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------------------
G---------3-3---------3-3-------------2-2--------2-2-----
A-----1-1---------1-1------1-0----1-1--------1-1-----1-0-
E-3-3--------3-3---------3----3-3--------3-3--------3----
I think that the chords for the chorus are C- 032010 and Hope this helps!! Lyrics
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Verse

Days since I last pissed cheeks sunkend and despaired so gorgeous sunk to six stone lose my only remaining home see my third rib appear a week later all my flesh disappear stretching taut, cling-film on bone I'm getting better Karen says I've reached my target weight Kate and Emma Kristin know it's fake problem is diet's not a big enough word

Chorus

I wanna be so skinny that I rot from view I want to walk in the snow and not leave a footprint I want to walk in the snow and not soil its purity

Verse

stomach collapsed at five lift up my skirt my sex is gone naked and lovely at 5st.2 may I bud and never flower my vision's getting blurred but I can see my ribs and I feel fine my hands are trembling stalks and I can feel my breasts are sinking mother trys to choke me with roast beef and sits savouring her sole ryvitta that's the way you're built my father said but I can change, my cocoon shedding

Chorus

I wanna be so skinny that I rot from view I want to walk in the snow and not leave a footprint I want to walk in the snow and not soil its purity

Verse

Kate and Kristin and Kit Kat all things I like looking at too weak to fuss, too weak to die choice is skeletal in everybody's life I choose my choice, I starve to frenzy hunger soon passes and sickness soon tires legs bend, stockinged I am Twiggy and I don't mind the horror that surrounds me self-worth scatters, self-esteem's a bore I long since moved to a higher plateau this discipline's so rare so please applaud just look at the fat scum who pamper me so yeh 4st.7, an epilogue of youth such beautiful dignity in self-abuse I've finally come to understand life through staring blankly at my navel.

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