Artist The Rolling Stones
Album GRRR!
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Intro -x3-: E Dbm A

E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden; 
E                    Dbm    A
my back is broad but it's a hurting 
E                 Dbm         A       E
All I want is for you to make love to me 
E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden; 
E                        Dbm      A
I've walked for miles my feet are hurting 
E                 Dbm         A       E
All I want is for you to make love to me 


     A
am I hard enough? 
     E
am I rough enough? 
     A
am I rich enough? 
            E        B
I'm not too blind to see 


E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden, 
E                    Dbm      A
so let's go home and draw the curtains 
E            
Music on the radio, 
Dbm                     A       E
come on baby make sweet love to me 


     A
am I hard enough? 
     E
am I rough enough? 
     A
am I rich enough? 
            E        B
I'm not too blind to see 


E
Oh, little sister 
                Dbm             A
Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, girl 
         E                      Dbm                            A
You're a pretty, pretty, such a pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty girl 
E            Dbm     A       E
Come on baby please, please, please 



I'll tell ya 
        E
You can put me out, 
Dbm    A
on the street 
E
Put me out, 
        Dbm         A
with no shoes on my feet 
E
But, put me out, put me out, 
Dbm           A   E
put me out of misery 


      E
Yeah, all your sickness, 
      Dbm     A
I can suck it up 
E
Throw it all at me,
      Dbm      A
I can shrug it off 
E
There's one thing baby, 
Dbm          A    E
that I don't understand
E           Dbm 
You keep on telling me, 
  A                  E
I ain't your kind of man 


        A
Ain't I rough enough, ooh baby 
        E
Ain't I tough enough? 
        A
Ain't I rich enough, in love enough 
E         B
Ooh! Ooh! Please 


E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden 
E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden 
E             Dbm           A                   E
Never, never, never, never, never, never, never be 


E                  Dbm      A
I'll never be your beast of burden; 
E                        Dbm      A
I've walked for miles my feet are hurting
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3 Comments

  1. Scratch that, I meant to say -4 is easier

  2. -3 is easy, but lower tone. Still good.maybe change the Am to an A?

  3. Asriel Dreemurr

    “I’ll never leave your pizza burning”

    -Azzy

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