F F G F F G Aiko, geography has got the better of us again F I know you wanna go F G And I am to be singing F F G To the tail of an aeroplane Am D So I fold these pieces of gold G G7 Into animals so I can fashion a chain Am D G That will bridge the gap accross these continents F F G F F G Aiko, your fatherless smile has been summoned to other shores F F G There's a man over there with a gentleman's bow F F G Who invites you to take to the floor Am Pack your traveling case D With your ribbons and lace G G7 For his blood must be furnished with excellent taste Am D G But it might burn a hole into your paper face Am (1stroke) Am (1stroke) And so you run towards the things you haven't got D G Just to say goodbye again Am (1stroke) Am (1stroke) But do you think of me as he unlocks your knees D G At the Terrace Garden? F F G Pretty pictures in the window blinds F F G Looking out looks so good with the winter behind F F G Like it is playing a banjo to a Tennessee line F F G And the reeds are like cowboys perfectly aligned Am D Does the sky over Tokyo know G How a river can flow like the stroke G7 Of a violin bow? Am D G Like a hand will run across the milky sky Em (1 stroke) But you can take these trees Em (1 stroke) And this summer breeze D G On this stupid looking day Em (1 stroke) Em (1 stroke) And you can send it all to the Japanese D G Now my love has gone away. (Japanese verse) (?) Am - D - G Am - D - G Am D And if you see Aiko G G7 Or Sayee Am Let her know D G That she dances in my dreams.