Jethro Tull: Ladies
Album: Warchild
Chords: Håkan Mattsson, with additions from Tim Sullivan

I think the intro is played by two guitars, but it may be played
something like below. It is around the Am chord.

Each 3 notes and Am is repeated some times, with some small changes in
the Am chord (the "melody"). The chord is strummed a few times.
Bold notes should be emphasized.

-------0    -------0    -------3    --------1
-------1    -------1    -------1    -------1
-------2    -------2    -------2    -------2
-0-2---2    -0-2---2    -0-2---2    -0-2---2
-----0-0    -----0-0    -----0-0    -----0-0
--------    --------    --------    --------

After that, continue with:


F A F#m, F A F#m

 B/A       B  A               B/A          B    A
Ladies of leisure, with their eyes on the back roads ---
     Asus4        A/B E              Asus4     A/B  E
All looking for strangers, to whom they extend welcomes
         B/A         B     A   B/A           B  A
With a smile and a glimpse of pink knees and elbows;
    Asus4    A/B E             Asus4      A/B E
Of satin and velvet --- good ladies, good fortune.
F       Esus4 B E   F       Esus4 B E
Ladies.             Ladies.

      B/A           B A        B/A      B  A
They sing of their heroes: of solitary soldiers
   Asus4     A/B  E           Asus4      A/B E
Invested in good health and manner most charming.
       B/A        B  A               B/A         B  A
Whose favors are numbered (none the less well intended)
    Asus4    A/B E              Asus4       A/B   E
By hours in a minute; by those ladies who bless them.
F       E

Outro: E

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