Intro Noodle on D Intro G C D X4 C D C D C D Wrote this poem called "the floods roll on" he said this ain't yours, C D where'd you get it from? C D you must have stole it from a book, oh yeah C D C D C you must have stole it from a book. 'cause you ain't frail you ain't beautiful, D and I don't fancy you at all. G C D AHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh G C D You'd be a ruin if looks could kill 23 A, Swan Hill C D C D C D C D Stiff with rage screaming at the sky innocence breaks says she wants to die C D C D I'm assuming I'm alive oh yeah I'm assuming I'm alive C D C D she pushes and she pulls my legs go weak in fascinating terror G C D G C D The whole world moves and I'm standing still in 23 A Swan Hill Em G D Em G D and it's always raining and you never ask why Em G D C D you never give yourself a shot you just sit and watch your life go by G C D X 2 and G C D X 2 with the Mouth Organ bit C D C D C D C D Kicking stones at a still life want to pull it down slash it slash it C D C D there must be some way out here there must be some way out here C D C D this ain't right there must be more to life than breaking and entering D D doing people's heads in alcohol, nicotine thinking what I might have been G C D G C D You would be a ruin if looks could kill 23 A, Swan Hill G C D And the whole world moves and I'm standing still in 23 A, Swan Hill G C D and I will, and I will and I will, and I will in 23 A, Swan Hill G C D and I will, and I will and I will, and I will in 23 A, Swan Hill G C D and I will, and I will and I will, and I will in 23 A, Swan Hill (repeat to fade) Rif uses EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE EADGBE 320030 320010 320000 320200 320000 032030
Lines starting with & indicate music; a letter indicates guitar chord; a letter with a slash and another letter indicates a guitar chord with a different bass note
eg Am/F#=Am chord with F# bass.
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Transcribed by Ian Crawford