Авторы музыки: Georg Kajanus
The Girls Of Amsterdam
Sailor The Girls of Amsterdam. By Marcel Veltman No one ever posted a tab of this curious British Popband, which nevertheless brought it to some success in the 1970's. They even made it near the top of international chards with cute songs like 'Traffic Jam' 'In the streets' and 'Sailor'. Beside that, they were among the first ever to use a synthesizer in popular light music. Before that, such instruments were only known to German tecno-freaks and British sympho-rockers. There were no Simple Minds, Petshop Boys and no portable Rolands back then. This song was on an LP I once owned many years ago. If someone still knows all the words, please fill me in. Done without synthesizer, it really sounds like the folk traditional it deserves to be. Am, C, Dm, F, Am Am C Beautifull dolls in the windows F C Patiently biding their time G Am But their eyes looking out to a street full of men G Am Who are trying to make up their minds C And the lights they keep shining F C From eve to silvery down G Am But who needs to sleep when you're fallen in love C G Am Dm C G Am With the girls of Amsterdam, boy, the girls of Amsterdam Late last night we were drinking Down in the corner café When fighting broke out with terrible shouts And people were running away From the cops that came stream in Trying to bring us all in But we spent the night in soft, silky beds With the girls of Amsterdam, boy, the girls of Amsterdam (bridge) F C Some people shout at them, blush them with shame G Am Others may call them by silly old names G C Am But nobody loves a sailor C G Am Dm C G Am Like the girls of Amsterdam, boy, the girls of Amsterdam Am, C, Dm, F, Am.