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A Very Cellular Song Chords

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A Very Cellular Song
By Mike Heron
 
INTRO: G Am7 F Bb G Am7 F Bb 

G		Am7 		F		Bb
Winter was cold and the clothing was thin
G	       Am7             F                Bb
But the gentle shepherd    calls the tune
G           Am7        F                  Bb 
Oh dear     mother what shall I do
G                         Am7       F             Bb        
First please your eyes and then your ears Jenny
G                 Am7          F               Bb
Exchanging love tokens say goodnight


        G                             
Lay down my dear sister
	       C			     G 
Won't you lay and take your rest
				   D                                 
Won't you lay your head upon your saviours breast
       G        C                                           G  
And I love you but Jesus loves you the best
			C			      G    
And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight,
			C         
And I bid you goodnight, goodnight.
G                   
One of these mornings bright and early and fine.
	                C     
Goodnight, goodnight
           G        
Not a cricket not a spirit going to shout me on
        C                G     
Goodnight, goodnight
 
I go walking in the valley of the shadow of death
         C              G      
Goodnight, goodnight

And his rod and his staff shall comfort me
Goodnight, goodnight
Oh John the wine he saw the sign
Goodnight, goodnight
Oh John say I seen a number of signs
Goodnight, goodnight
Tell A for the ark that wonderful boat
Goodnight, goodnight
You know they built it on the land getting water to float
Goodnight, goodnight
Tell B for the beast at the ending of the wood
Goodnight, goodnight
You know it ate all the children when they wouldn't be good
Goodnight, goodnight
I remember quite well, I remember quite well
Goodnight, goodnight
I was walking in Jerusalem just like John
Goodnight, goodnight, goodnight.
 

G	 	D   G            G7       C  
Who would lose and who would bruise
G                     D    G      G7      C     G C G C 
Or who would live quite prettily?
G            C         Em                      D        G
And who would love what comes along
D                G                      D         G D G D G D G D 
And fill the air with joyous song
 
Who would go and who would come
Or who would simply linger
And who would hide behind your chair
And steal your crystallised ginger
 

G	      Am7     F          Bb
Nebulous nearness cry to me
G                F               
At this timeless moment
Em                  G       Bb                    Eb
Someone dear to me wants me near, makes me high
Bb            Eb        Ab       Ab9       Eb
I can hear vi – bra - tions fly
G                                                          C          C7
Through mangoes, pomegranates and planes
G   G7  C       
All the same
G           Am7     F   Bb G     Am7   F       Bb
When it reaches me      and teaches    me
      Eb    G   C D7 G C D7 G
To sigh
 
Who would mouse and who would lion
Or who would be the tamer
And who would hear directions clear
From the unameable namer

Who would skip and who would plod
Or who would like quite silly
And who would ride backwards on a giraffe
Stopping every so often to laugh
 
Amoebas are very small
 G       Am               D                   G  
Oh ah ee oo there's absolutely no strife
C              D           Em
living the timeless life
G                    C  
I don't need a wife
D                            Em    
living the timeless life
G                            C              D           D  G  D 
If I need a friend I just give a wriggle
G                        C          D7 
Split right down the middle
        G      
And when I look there's two of me
         C           D                     
Both as hand-some as can be
      G                               D G D G				    C               D 
Oh here we go slithering,              here we go slithering and squelching on

Oh here we go slithering, here we go slithering and squelching on
G        C                  D                    G    
Oh ah ee oo there's absolutely no strife
D 
living the timeless life
 
G Am F Bb
Black hair brown hair feather and scale
Seed and stamen and all unnamed lives that live
Turn your quivering nerves in my direction
Turn your quivering nerves in my direction
Feel the energy projection of my cells
Wishes you well.
 
May the long time sun shine upon you
All love surround you
And the pure light within you
Guide you all the way on.
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