A Lilac Harry Quinn
Half Man Half Biscuit
G C In this sumptuous hacienda G D Where I weigh things up as theyâre on the way down G C From beneath your Reverend Jim Jones bedspread G D G I watch the angels look down onto your sweet brow. C If God had meant for us to work G D Then Iâm sure he would have given us jobs G C Six weeks to live but at least Iâm not in Journey G D C G G C D G (x4) Sign on you crazy diamond. G C D G I didnât take much time convincing her C D G Baby Iâm from the Wirral peninsula C D G A merciless despot with nothing to lose C D G G C G D (x2) In my Dick Quax running shoes. G C D G Underneath the shade of the average tree C D G Where they handed out mediocrity C D G I saw you with âAlchemyâ under your arm C D G Standing in the middle of a long queue. (instr. G C D G (x4), A D A E C, Bm F# (x4)) Bm F# Bm F# I saw the Goodyear airship sail over your head Bm F# Bm F# I saw the joke I told you fly over your head Bm F# Bm F# Why donât they have any badminton courts in the jungle? Bm F# Bm F# C D G (x4) Because there isnât the demand, oh let me take you by the hand. G C Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo, Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo G C Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo, Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo G C Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo, Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo G D D7 G G C D G (x8) Sturmey-Archer Campagnolo on my mind.