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All Verses Are the same as first and second This is my first tabs people Tabbed By Worthy79 (This can be played capo1 depending on your voice) Intro C-G-D-G G D Another sunny day, I met you up in the garden Am Em You were digging plants, I dug you, beg your pardon C G I took a photograph of you in the herbaceous border D G It broke the heart of men and flowers and girls and trees G D Another rainy day, we re trapped inside with a train set Am Em Chocolate on the boil, steamy windows when we met C G You ve got the attic window looking out on the cathedral D G And on a Sunday evening bells ring out in the dusk Bridge G-D Am-Em C-G-D-G Another day in June, we ll pick eleven for football We re playing for our lives the referee gives us fuck all I saw you in the corner of my eye on the sidelines Your dark mascara bids me to historical deeds G D Everybodys gone you picked me up for a long drive Am Em We take the tourist route the nights are light until midnight C G We took the evening ferry over to the peninsula D Em We found the avenue of trees went up to the hill D G That crazy avenue of trees, Im living there still Theres something in my eye a little midge so beguiling Sacrificed his life to bring us both eye to eye I heard the Eskimos remove obstructions with tongues, dear You missed my eye, I wonder why, I didnt complain You missed my eye, I wonder why, please do it again The lovin is a mess what happened to all of the feeling? I thought it was for real; babies, rings and fools kneeling And words of pledging trust and lifetimes stretching forever So what went wrong? It was a lie, it crumbled apart Ghost figures of past, present, future haunting the heart