Play With Fire

Rolling Stones

 Em
 Well, you've got your diamonds
 Em
 And you've got your pretty clothes
 Em
 And the chauffeur drives your cars
 Em
 You let everybody know
 EmGDG
 But don't play with me
 CEm
'Cause you're playing with fire

 Em
 Your mother she's an heiress
 Em
 Owns a block in Saint John's Wood
 Em
 And your father'd be there with her
 Em
 If he only could
 EmGDG
 But don't play with me
 CEm
'Cause you're playing with fire

 Em
 Your old man took her diamonds
 Em
 And tiaras by the score
 Em
 Now she gets her kicks in Stepney
 Em
 Not in Knightsbridge anymore
 EmGDG
 But don't play with me
 CEm
'Cause you're playing with fire

 Em
 Now you've got some diamonds
 Em
 And you will have some others
 Em
 But you'd better watch your step, girl
 Em
 Or start living with your mother
 EmGDG
 But don't play with me
 CEm
'Cause you're playing with fire
 EmGDG
 But don't play with me
 CEm
'Cause you're playing with fire



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tandem2 (report comment to admin):
3rd verse; 

replace the word Stepney with Steadley
scosio (report comment to admin):
Nope... pretty sure it's Stepney, an inner-city district in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
chefjimip (report comment to admin):
yes Stepney it is, but also like playing an Em7 in place of the strait Em, better sound and depth.