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Roses From The Wrong Man

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Roses From The Wrong Man guitar chords and song words. Christine Lavin 1987.Recorded by An Rinn. Chords by Angela. 

(D) She opens the door,(G)  surprised to see the (A) delivery man (A)
 (G) standing there (A) with flowers in his (D) hand.(D)
 “For me?” she said. He nods his head.
 She (G) takes the flowers in, she reads the (A)  note
 

(D) Roses from the wrong (A) man
 (G) poetry written in the wrong (D) hand.
 She waits for one, hears from another.
 Who (G) tells her how much he loves her
 with (A) roses from the wrong (D) man
 

She puts the flowers (G) to the middle of the (A) living–room (A)
 and the (G) air is filled with (A) delicate sweet per(D)fume (D)
 She takes a deep breath, closes her eyes
 she (G) slowly shakes her head and sighs
 (A) Roses from the wrong (D) man
 

(D) Roses from the wrong (A) man ...
 

 (h) How long can  (D) she hold out for (G) someone who might never  come a(D)round
 and (e) How many times will the (D) other man try when (G) she keeps turning him (A) down (A)
 she's  (G) not getting any (D) younger, but she (G) doesn't want to settle for (D) less
 and (G) how can so pretty (D) flowers mean (G) so much unhappy(A)ness (A)
 

Since (D) she was a child of e(G)leven or twelve she’s (A) had a dream
 to re(G)ceive the kind of  flowers (A) carried by a beauty (D) queen
 but sometimes dreams can come true
 In (G) ways that you don’t want them to
 like (A) roses from the wrong (D) man
 

(D) Roses from the wrong (A) man ...

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