Color In You Cheeks
C#m Abm A B She came in on the redeye to dallas-fort E Abm A B worth. All the way from sunny taipei. E Abm A B Skin the color of a walnut shell, And a E Abm A B baseball cap holding down her black hair. And she came A A B B here after midnight. E E E E The hot weather made her feel right at home. Come on E E A A in, we haven't slept for weeks. Drink some of E E A B this. it'll put color in your cheeks. C#m Abm A B He drove from in from mexicali, no worse for wear. E Abm A B Money to burn, time to kill. but E Abm A B five minutes looking in his eyes and we all E Abm A B knew he was broken pretty bad, so we gave him what we A A B B had. We cleared a space for him to sleep in, and we let the E E E E silence that's our trademark make its presence felt. Come on E E A A in, we haven't slept for weeks. Drink some of E E A B this. it'll put color in your cheeks. Bridge: C#m Abm A B E (One octave Up) B C#m Abm A B They came in by the dozens, walking or crawling. E Abm A B Some were bright-eyed. Some were dead on their feet. E Abm A B And they came in from zimbabwe, Or from soviet, E Abm A B georgia. East saint louis, or from paris, or they lived across the street. A A B B But they came, and when they'd finally made it here, It was the E E E E least that we could do to make our welcome clear. Come on E E A A in, we haven't slept for weeks. Drink some of E E A B this. it'll put color in your cheeks.