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Elliott Murphy - Poise n Grace
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Elliott chords : No capo
Olivier chords : Capo on 2nd fret

Intro:

Elliott(E):  AEDEDEA 
Olivier(O):  GDCDCD - G  

Verse:
        They say I’m full of poison
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        I’m full of poison and grace
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        I’m the invisible man here
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        I leave my footprints all over the place
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Well off with their heads cries the May Queen
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Babe Ruth says heads up to you
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        When you’re riding on an American dream
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        It only matters what the linemen do.
E       D               E               A               A
O:      C               D               G               G

Chorus:
        Hello from Alaska, from Madagascar or Detroit
E               F#              E               D               A
Olivier:                Em              D               C               G
        Well I’ve been watching midnight cowboy, I want a fringed coat like John Voight.
E               Bm                      F#                      D                       E
O:              Am                      Em                      C                       D

Verse B:
        Well I was working in a shoe shop
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        When Cinderella dropped by 
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        She tried on some glass running shoes
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        I stole a glimpse of her thigh
E       D               E               A               A
O:      C               D               G               G
        hadn’t spoken to her sisters
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        they got her busted from dealing ecstasy                
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        She said well she might be living in a pumpkin  
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        But you know her sisters were living in spiritual poverty.
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G

Chorus:
Hello from Moscow, from Oshkow and Saint Pete
E       F#              E               D               A
O:      Em              D               C               G
Well I’ve been watching east of Eden, whatever happened to Joann Fleet
E       Bm              F#              D                       E
O:      Am              Em              C                       D

Verse C:
        Oh I’m living in a strange world
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G

        At least it looks that way to me
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Am I the boy in bubble 
E      A                E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        Or am I the old man and the sea
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Here’s to Frankenstein and Dracula
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        But their needs seem ordinary and plain         
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        When you compare them to those fanatical believers
E      A                E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        I hear they’re always expecting rain
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G

Chorus:
Hello from Milano, from Amarillo and city on the plain
E       F#              E               D               A
O:      Em              D               C               G
I’ve been watching sons of Katy Elder, I like that graceful strut of John Wayne
E       Bm              F#              D               E
O:      Am              Em              C               D

Verse D:
        You know I was born in the suburbs
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Though I never understood what sub was
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Shopping malls, shiny cars,  I felt like a soap opera star
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        I couldn’t stay there – enough was enough
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Sometimes what you think is mediocre
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Might turn extraordinary someday                
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        What makes you laugh tomorrow
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        May be the same things that make you cry today
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G

Chorus:
Goodbye from Manhattan, from Garden City and Jackson Heights
E       F#              E               D               A
O:      Em              D               C               G
Oh I’ve been digging Jackson Pollack – He paints canvas like it’s a heavyweight fight.
E       Bm              F#              D               E
O:      Am              Em              C               D

Verse E
        Have I mentioned love – what must I be thinking
E               A               E               A               A
O:              G               D               G               G
        To my wedding knees I knealt
E               A               E               A               A
O:              G               D               G               G
        Love yourself, love your neighbor – I love your shoes
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        I love the way they match your snakeskin belt
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        Lowboy rides the subway
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        He’s trapped in a world all his own
E       A               E               A               A
O:      G               D               G               G
        You stop your medications
E       A               E               D               E
O:      G               D               C               D
        You’ll find reality in the marrow of your bones
E      D                E               A               A
O:      C               D               G               G

Chorus:
Greetings from Honolulu, from Sioux City and Asbury Park
E               F#              E               D               A
O:              Em              D               C               G
I’ve been listening to Nebraska Johnny 99 hits 100 as the New Jersey sky turns dark
E               Bm              F#              D               E
O:              Am              Em              C               D

            
            
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