Another day in paradise

{title:Another day in paradise}
{st:Phil Collins}

She [Em]calls out to the man [D]on [Am7]the [Em]street 
"Sir can you [D]help me?
It's [Em]cold and I've no[D]where to [Am7]sleep
Is [Em]there somewhere you can tell [D]me? "

He walks on doesn't look back
He pretends he can't hear her
Start to whisle as he crosses 
the stree., seem embarrassed to be there

{c:Chorus}
Oh, [Em]think [D]twice, cos' it's [Cmaj7/E]another
day for you and me in para[D]dise
Oh, [Em]think [D]twice, cos' it's [Cmaj7/E]another
day for you, [D]you and [Em]me in [D]pa[C]radise  [Em]
{ci:Instrumental fill}
Oh [Em]lord is there [D]nothing more any[G]body
can do. Oh [D/F#]lor[Em]d there must be
somet[D]hing you can [G]say   [D]   [Am7]
It's just [Em]another day for [D]you
and [Am7]me in para[Em]dise

She calls out toi the man on the street
Ha can see she's been crying
She's get blisters on he soles of her feet
she can't walk but she's trying

You can tell from the lines on her face
You can see that she's been there
Probably been moved on from every place
cos' she didn't fit in there

A Whiter Shade of Pale (Procul Harum)

{t:A Whiter Shade of Pale}
{st:Keith Reid and Gary Brooker (Procul Harum)}

[C]We skipped the light fan-[Am]dango
[F]and turned cartwheels across the [Dm]floor
[G7]I was feeling kind of [Em]seasick  [G7]
[C]but the crowd called out for [Am]more.  [Em]
[F]The room was humming [Dm]harder
[G]as the ceiling flew a-[Em]way . .  [G7]
[C]When we called out for a-[Am]nother drink  [Em]
[F]the waiter brought a [Dm]tray
{soc}
[G]And so it [C]was that [Am]later
[F]as the miller told his [Dm]tale
[G]that her face at first just [Em]ghostly
[G7]turned a [C]whiter [F]shade of [C]pale.  [G7]
{eoc}
[C]She said, 'There is no [Am]reason,  
[F]and the truth is plain to [Dm]see.'
[G7]But I wandered through my [Em]playing cards  [G7]
[C]and would not let her [Am]be . . [Em]
[F]One of sixteen vestal [Dm]virgins
[G7]who were leaving for the [Em]coast  [G7]
[C]and although my eyes were [Am]open  [Em]
[F]they might just as well have been [Dm]closed
{soc}
[G]And so it [C]was that [Am]later
[F]as the miller told his [Dm]tale
[G]that her face at first just [Em]ghostly
[G7]turned a [C]whiter [F]shade of [C]pale.  [G7]
{eoc}
[C]She said, 'I'm home on [Am]shore leave,'
[F]though in truth we were at [Dm]sea
[G7]so I took her by the [Em]looking glass  [G7]
[C]and forced her to a-[Am]gree.  [Em]
[F]Saying, 'You must be the [Dm]mermaid
[G7]who took Neptune for a [Em]ride.'  [G7]
[C]But she smiled at me so [Am]sadly  [Em]
[F]that my anger straightway [Dm]died.
{soc}
[G]And so it [C]was that [Am]later
[F]as the miller told his [Dm]tale
[G]that her face at first just [Em]ghostly
[G7]turned a [C]whiter [F]shade of [C]pale.  [G7]
{eoc}
[C]If music be the [Am]food of love
[F]then laughter is its [Dm]queen
[G7]and likewise if be-[Em]hind is in front  [G7]
[C]then dirt in truth is [Am]clean.  [Em]
[F]My mouth by then like [Dm]cardboard
[G7]seemed to slip straight through my [Em]head.  [G7]
[C]So we crash-dived straightway [Am]quickly  [Em]
[F]and attacked the ocean [Dm]bed.
{soc}
[G]And so it [C]was that [Am]later
[F]as the miller told his [Dm]tale
[G]that her face at first just [Em]ghostly
[G7]turned a [C]whiter [F]shade of [C]pale.
{eoc}

Admiralens vise (1 vers med becifringer)

{t:Admiralens vise}
{st:}
{key:Bb}
{time:2/4}


Som [Bb]grøn konfirmand blev jeg af mor
sat i [Bbm]lære på et offi-[Bb]cielt kontor.
Jeg svang min kost og pudsed' vindus'fag,
og jeg [C]gnubbed' alle hoveddørens [F]guldbeslag.
(kor): Han [F]gnubbed' alle [C7]hoveddørens guldbeslag!
For[F7]di jeg [Bb]gnubbede for dem, som sidder højt på strå,
så[Eb] endte jeg med kors og bånd og [Bb]stjerner på.
(kor): Fordi han gnubbede for dem, der sidder højt på strå,
så [Fb]endte han med [F7]kors og bånd og [Bb]stjerner på!

A Shoulder To Cry On Charley Pride

{t:A Shoulder To Cry On-crd}
{st:Charley Pride}

#
#
#Subject: "A Shoulder To Cry On" " Charley Pride"
#Capo 2
Intro [D] [G][D] [D] [G][D]
(Verse)
[D]I came here because I [A]knew I'd be [D]welcome
And because somehow you [G]always under[A]stand
[G]You seem to have a way with lonely [D]people
And you [E]always were my greatest helping [A]hand

(Chorus) [D]Now once again I'm [A]here to take [D]advantage. Though I don't deserve the [G]arms I left [A]alone. [G]I need to know there's someone who still [D]loves me. And I need a [A]shoul-o-o-o-[G]der to cry on[D] [G][D]
(Verse) [D]I over looked the [A]love you tried so [D]hard to give. The love I never [G]seem to under[A]stand [G]I always stay just long enough to [D]hurt you And what [E]little love I gave was second [A]hand

(Chorus) [D]Now once again I'm [A]here to take [D]advantage Cause once again the [G]one I love is [A]gone [G]I need to know there's someone who still [D]loves me. And I need a [A]shoul-o-o-o-[G]der to cry on[D] Yes [G]I need to know there's someone who still [D]loves me. And I need a [A]shoul-o-o-o-[G]der to cry on[D] [G][D]

Ain't She Sweet

{t:Ain't She Sweet}
{st:Frank Sinatra}

#
[G6]Ain't[Cm7-5] she sw[D9]eet?[D7]  See her [G6]walking [Cm7-5]down the str[D9]eet?[D7]

Now I [G]ask you [B7]very [E]confid[E7]entially, a[A7]in't [D7]she swe[G]et?   [D7]


[G6]Ain't[Cm7-5] she ni[D9]ce? [D7]  Look her [G6]over [Cm7-5]once or t[D9]wice[D7].

Now I [G]ask you [B7]very [E]confid[E7]entially, a[A7]in't [D7]she nic[G]e?



Bridge:


[GM7]Just [G7]cast an e[C]ye [C/B]     [Am7]    in[Edim] her dir[G]ection --[Am7]      [G]

[GM7]Oh  [G7]me, oh m[C]y, [C/B]    [Am7]   ain't [Edim]that perf[G]ec[Gdim]tion? [Am7]     [D7]


[G6]I    [Cm7-5] re  -  p[D9]eat,[D7]   don't you [G6]think she's[Cm7-5] kind of sw[D9]eet?  [D7]

Now I a[G]sk you v[B7]ery c[E]onfide[E7]ntially, a[A7]in't [D7]she swe[G]et?

 

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