More Yellow Birds
C G D C Is your jewellery still lost in the sand G D C Out on the coast, or rushed into the brine? G D C You left your rings on the shoreline G D C So you wouldn't lose them swimming in the shallows D G C A plastic shovel, soft sweaty children far from home D G C On vacation not unlike your very own C G D C And the captain howdy lit upon my shoulder G D C And he left me with sulphur and rooms full of headaches G D C I fell in with snakes in the poisoned ranks of strangers G D C Please send me more yellow birds for the dim interior D G C Will my pony recognise my voice in hell? D G C Will he still be blind, or do they go by smell? D G C Will you promise not to rest me out at sea D G C But on a fiery river boat that's rickety? D G C I'll never find my pony along the rolling swell D G C A muddy river or a lake would do me well D G C With hints of amber sundowns and moody thunderstorms G C D A sunken barge's horns, with the cold rusty bells P.S.: After a chord С in the chorus, you can play two bass notes, I think that these notes are played sequentially on the second and on the third fret of the fifth string, but I could be wrong.