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   The Lucksmiths - Southernmost
   (Marty Donald)
   Transcribed by Andy Willinger
   Culver City, CA. USA [andy_willinger@yahoo.com]
        G (320003@1)  Weekends away:
     D7 (xx0212@1)                  Am (x02210@1)  These were the happiest days
    C (x32010@1)                  G (320003@1)     D7 (xx0212@1)  Ill with the thrill of the chase
                          G (320003@1)  They'd take a train
         D7 (xx0212@1)                   Am (x02210@1)  Take off Friday for the coast
       C (x32010@1)                G (320003@1)  In summer they'd go southernmost
           D7 (xx0212@1)           Am (x02210@1)  Where the sky was swimming-pool blue
          C (x32010@1)         G (320003@1)   D7 (xx0212@1)  And the swimming pool was too
      C (x32010@1)          D7 (xx0212@1)  And every single weekend
        Em (022000@1)          C (x32010@1)  They'd dive in at the deep end
                  D7 (xx0212@1)  And come Monday morning
         C (x32010@1)               G (320003@1)  His skin still smelled like chlorine
   Am (x02210@1)D7 (xx0212@1)G (320003@1)C (x32010@1)(3x)
   Am (x02210@1)D7 (xx0212@1)C (x32010@1)D7 (xx0212@1)  G (320003@1)            D7 (xx0212@1)            Am (x02210@1)  Remember when forever seemed just fine?
               C (x32010@1)                G (320003@1)  Seen through glasses of rose coloured wine
        D7 (xx0212@1)           Am (x02210@1)  They'd sit up all night talking
                     C (x32010@1)         G (320003@1)         D7 (xx0212@1)  Now she's sound asleep to the sound of his walkman
       C (x32010@1)         D7 (xx0212@1)  And every single weekend
          Em (022000@1)         C (x32010@1)  The divide between them deepens
        C (x32010@1)            D7 (xx0212@1)  A curse across the kitchen
          C (x32010@1)                   G (320003@1)  He might still be within spitting distance
          Am (x02210@1)   D7 (xx0212@1)           G (320003@1)        C (x32010@1)  But there's only one way to find out...
   Am (x02210@1)D7 (xx0212@1)G (320003@1)C (x32010@1)(2x)
   Am (x02210@1)D7 (xx0212@1)    C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)   C (x32010@1)     G (320003@1) C (x32010@1)         G (320003@1)    Em (022000@1) D7 (xx0212@1)  Take heart- Take a train- to the coast
     C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)   C (x32010@1)     G (320003@1) C (x32010@1)         G (320003@1)    Em (022000@1) D7 (xx0212@1)  Take heart -Take a train -southernmost
     C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)  Take heart

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