Авторы: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
A Day in the Life
G(III) Hm C C+ G+ C(III) e---3--|-2-|-x-|-0-|-3-|--3-- B---3--|-3-|-1-|-1-|-3-|--5-- G---4--|-4-|-0-|-0-|-0-|--5-- D---5--|-4-|-2-|-2-|-0-|--5-- A---5--|-2-|-3-|-3-|-2-|--3-- E---3--|-2-|-3-|-0-|-3-|--3-- G(III) Hm Em C C+ G(III) Hm Em I read the news today oh boy C C+ [G+] About a lucky man who made the grade G(III) Hm Em And though the news was rather sad C Em Well I just had to laugh C Em I saw the photograph. G(III) Hm Em He blew his mind out in a car C C+ [G+] He didn't notice that the lights had changed G(III) Hm Em A crowd of people stood and stared C Em They'd seen his face before Em Nobody was really sure C(III) If he was from the House of Lords. G(III) Hm Em I saw a film today oh boy C C+ [G+] The English Army had just won the war G(III) Hm Em A crowd of people turned away C Em But I just had to look C(III) Having read the book. C(III) I'd love to turn you on. D Woke up, fell out of bed, Dragged a comb across my head Found my way downstairs and drank a cup, And looking up I noticed I was late. Found my coat and grabbed my hat Made the bus in seconds flat Found my way upstairs and had a smoke, Somebody spoke and I went into a dream. G(III) Hm Em I read the news today oh boy C C+ [G+] Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire G(III) Hm Em And though the holes were rather small C Em They had to count them all Em C(III) Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall. C(III) I'd love to turn you on...