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Intro G C G C G C I came to pick you up driving G C I tried to phone you to come down but you were online G C And so I had to park by your house G C If there's time for a smoke then I should buy some fags G C And a ticket on the window when I come back G Am I should have written the code to your door C G I should have had it as a tattoo on my hand G Am I should have learnt the numbers by heart C G And you would have let me in again C G C G C You got into my little blue japanese car G C Your hair smelling good from the shower G C Looked at all the tapes around and on the floor G C You even stepped on sticky fingers G C You took the white box of a Daniel Johnston tape G C Genuine from Austin, Texas in your hands and said: G C "What's that? Well it looks pretty cool..." G C G Am And I knew that even if for some reason C G You did not know G Am Some of the most beautiful things in the world C G You were one of them too G D And there could be a lot of songs C G There could be a lot of songs G D There could be a lot of songs C G There could be a lot of songs G C G C G <-- end on G Notes: I've tried my best to line up the chord changes with the lyrics, it might not be too easy to follow given how much David can fit into a line, but just listen to the song and it should make sense. When strumming, alternate between bass and treble strings, really putting some welly into the upstrokes, getting the high notes to ring out, or finger pick. Some of the C chords are hammered on.