Fake Plastic Trees

By Radiohead

From the album The Bends



A       [ x02220 ]
Asus4   [ x02230 ]
A/F#    [ 2x0220 ]
E       [ 022100 ]
Dadd9   [ xx0230 ]
B/Dsus2 [ x20230 ]


[Verse]
A
      Her green plastic watering can
A/F#                           E     Dadd9
      For her fake chinese rub-ber plant
                 A      Dadd9
      In fake pl-a-stic    earth.
A 
      That she bought from a rubber man
A/F#                        E     Dadd9
      In a town full of rub-ber plants
                  A          Dadd9
      Just to get rid of itself.

[Chorus]
                       B/Dsus2            A
      And it wears her out,  it wears her out
                   B/Dsus2           A       Asus4
      It wears her out, it wears her out.

[Verse]
A
      She lives with a broken man
A/F#                    E    Dadd9
      A cracked polysty-rene man
               A              Dadd9
      Who just crumbles and burns.
A      
      He used to do surgery
A/F#                      E  Dadd9
      For girls in the ei-gh-ties
            A             Dadd9
      But gravity always wins.

[Chorus]
                       B/Dsus2           A
      And it wears him out, it wears him out
                   B/Dsus2           A       Asus4
      It wears him out, it wears him out.

[Verse]
A
      She looks like the real thing
A/F#                         E  Dadd9
      She tastes like the re-al thing
                 A    Dadd9
      My fake pl-a-stic love.
A
      But I can't help the feeling
A/F#                            E  Dadd9
      I could blow through the cei-ling
           A             Dadd9
      If I just turn and run

[Chorus]
                      B/Dsus2          A
      And it wears me out, it wears me out
                  B/Dsus2          A       Asus4
      It wears me out, it wears me out.

[Outro]
A                       B/Dsus2
      And if I could be       who you wanted
                 A
      If I could be who you wanted,
              B/Dsus2          A
      All the time,    all the time, ohhh... ohh...