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Red Flags Chords

B: x24442;
A: x02220;
E:022100;
B5: x244xx
Bsus4: x22452;
C#m: x46654;
C#m7: x46454;
Transpose up:

(INTRO)

B5 
 
C#m7 
 
A 
 
A 
 
 
 
(VER)
 
B5 
Red flags, you look for  
C#m7 
red 
 
flags
 
I never  
A 
see 
 
’em
 
S
B5 
tar signs, I watch the  
C#m7 
night 
 
sky
 
You don’t be
A 
lieve 
 
’em
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
And now  
Bsus4 
you think you need a second
 
You need a  
C#m7 
second, said you see right through me
A 
 
But  
Bsus4 
I think you are the best thing
 
You were the  
C#m7 
best thing that ever happened to me
A 
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
E 
You’ve been living with your doubts lea
B 
ving me in the dark
 
And  
C#m7 
I’ve been tying ribbons for you  
A 
all around my heart
 
Gi
E 
ving you more than you gave me, now  
B 
I’m falling apart
 
‘Cause  
C#m7 
if I left tomorrow
 
I  
A 
don’t think you would follow me  
E 
 
B 
 
‘Cause  
C#m7 
if I left tomorrow
 
I  
A 
don’t think you would follow me  
E 
 
B 
 
C#m7 
 
A 
 
 
 
(VER)
 
B 
Flaws, 
 
babe
 
You look for  
C#m 
flaws, 
 
babe
 
That don’t e
A 
xist here  
A 
 
But  
Bsus4 
 
stay
 
Yeah, I s
C#m 
till 
 
stay
 
‘Cause I still  
A 
need 
 
you
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
And now  
B 
you think you need a second
 
You need a  
C#m 
second, said you see right through me
A 
 
But  
B 
I think you are the best thing
 
You were the  
C#m 
best thing that ever happened to me
A 
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
E 
You’ve been living with your doubts lea
B 
ving me in the dark
 
And  
C#m7 
I’ve been tying ribbons for you  
A 
all around my heart
 
Gi
E 
ving you more than you gave me, now  
B 
I’m falling apart
 
‘Cause  
C#m7 
if I left tomorrow
 
I  
A 
don’t think you would follow me
E 
 
C#m7 
 
A 
E 
 
‘Cause  
C#m7 
if I left tomorrow
 
I  
A 
don’t think you would follow me
E 
 
C#m 
 
A 

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ABOUT

“Red Flags” is the tenth track for album “When I Close My Eyes” sung by Chelsea Cutler.
Song based on “B” scale and played with 6 chords. Use capo on 4th fret and play with “G” scale.

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