Belle and Sebastian - Marx and Engels From I'm Waking Up To Us, 2001. Capo 3 Intro: F D F F F F Am D F D F F There is misery in all I hear and see, from the people on T.V. F F Am D After their tea when life begins again, they'll be happier than me F D There are a thousand meals being made on Saturday F F F F From the view I saw today, I took a bet inside the launderette, Am D With a girl from Wallesey F D F She spoke in dialect, I could not understand, but one thing that F F F F She made clear, there was no coming on to her, there was no way. Interlude from F: D F F F F Am D x2 (Repeat Verse) Conclusion: F F F There was no coming on to her, there was no intellect, that she Am F F Am Could respect, if it couldn't see, that the girl just wants to be F F Left alone with Marx and Engels for awhile, F Am D She's writing in style, of any riot girl. What a ballad; Aquinas says 'pulcra sunt quae visa placent' ...perhaps if Belle and Sebastian were around in his day, he would have changed eyes to ears. R. T. Devitt.