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Truth Begins
Dirty Pretty Things

(capo 1st fret)

Note: chord A+ (A augmented) x03221

Intro
A        A+

Verse 1:
A	                                A+
  This is where the truth begins, where teardrops glance the sallow skin,
    D                                 E
you lose your will and I can lend you mine.
A                                A+                                   D
  The Westway wall’s so tall and bleak, reflect the words we dare not speak,
                       E       			      E F
by the bottle’s end we may have done our time.

Prechorus 1:
F#m                                             Bm
  What you want’s to stay away from people like me,
                               A
who twist most everything they see,
                               E                      F#m E
and leave the grey old world behind you.

Chorus 1:
A           E                  F#m                  D              A 
  So sew it up, Kid, have some clout, we’ll do some wine and fall about,
             E             F#m                        F#m E
the sun will shine again tomorrow.
A        E            F#m              D                A 
  Look beyond the parapet, we are just bums lest you forget,
       E          	 F#m                          F#m F
we can beg, steal and borrow.

Fill 1:
E

Verse 2:
A
  Well you said the pills would sort me out,
A+                                          D
  embolden me against the manifestations of fear and doubt,
                            E
I just forgot who I used to be.
A                                           A+                          D
So now I’m strung somewhere between a dream,  and humdrum day-to-day routine,
                                  E                   E F
a laurel wreath on the door to my heart.

Prechorus 2:
F#m                                            Bm
  What you want’s to wash your face and try to breathe,
                                                      A
forget your mind and shut your eyes so that you can’t see,
                               E                      F#m E
and leave the grey old world behind you.

Chorus 2:
A           E                F#m                   D                A 
  So sew it up, Kid, have no doubt, we’ll walk the line and have it out.
             E             F#m                        F#m E
the sun will shine again tomorrow.
A             E                   F#m                   D                A 
  For all the friends you've ever met, well some you’ll love and some forget,
          E           F#m                             F#m F
just hold on for tomorrow.

Middle Eight:
D                 C#m               D        
     So here’s to now,   and all of us of course,

the hearts we tried to make a brand new start,
        F#m                                           E F#m A
may the fabric never tear us apart.
D                 C#m	      	       D
     And some day when,   we're in the cold,

here's a semblance, we can hope so, the proposal,
    F#m                           
and put it on your heart for me.

Fill 2:
A     A+    A     A+

Verse 3:
A                              A+                        
  So now I move, and if you’re in,
                                   D
it wouldn’t hurt just to give it a try and win,
                                 E                    E F
don’t forget who you're meant to be.

Prechorus 3:
F#m                                    Bm
  What you want’s to get a bike and do wheelies,
			   	       A
I bet you can’t do ‘em half as good as me,
                                  E	              F#m E
throw it out, when it's over it's over.

Chorus 3:
A           E                  F#m                D              A 
  So sew it up, Kid, have some clout, we’ll go to mine and sulk about,
        E                F#m                          F#m E   
how the sun will shine tomorrow.
A             E                      F#m                  D             A 
  For all the friends you’ve not yet met, well some would die for you I bet,
        E           F#m                               F#m E
so hold on for tomorrow.
A           E                  F#m                D              A 
  So sew it up, Kid, have some clout, we'll go to mine and fuck about,
             E             F#m                        F#m E
the sun will shine again tomorrow.
A             E                      F#m                  D             A 
  For all the friends you've not yet met, well some would die for you I bet,
        E           F#m                               F#m E
so hold on for tomorrow.

Fill 3:
A            A           F#m E
A            A           F#m E

Verse 4 (Outro):
A                                     A+
  This is where the truth begins, for more than seven deadly sins,
    D                                    E
you lose your will, I may have hurt your mind.

            
            
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