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Harvey Andrews - Somewhere In The Stars (2004)


1.  Found and Loved
2.  Somewhere in the Stars
3.  La Jeusseliniere
4.  The Role You Choose
5.  Impressions
6.  The Pocket Song
7.  Golden Pennies
8.  The Last Train
9.  Long, Long Time
10. Old Face



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Track 1                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                           Song - Found And Loved 
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CAPO: 4th Fret


[Intro]
G  C  D  
G  C  G  D


[Verse 1]
         G           C        D         G
When she slammed the door and left that day 
   C        D         G
He stood to watch her go 
               C         D       G
Taking all his hopes and dreams away 
     C        Em      D   Dsus2 D
With not much left to show 
    C          D        G        Em
The kids she'd send one long weekend 
      C        Em        D     G
She'd tell him where and when 
        C            D              G       C
Oh, may those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      C     D  G  C  G  D  G
Be found and loved again 


[Verse 2]
             C          D     G
And when her calls were not returned
    C         D         G   C G
She knew this time he'd gone 
             C         D         G
He'd tried before, but now she'd learned 
        C       Em   D  Dsus2 D
She was not the only one 
     C      D         G          Em
With pain inside, she vowed with pride 
      C     Em     D  Dsus2 D
She'd never needed men 
        C            D              G       C
Oh, may those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      C 
Be found and loved again 


[Bridge]
C                G
Found and loved, found and loved
C         G      D
Found and loved again 
    C            D              G       C
May those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      C 
Be found and loved again 


[Instrumental]
G  C  D  G  C  D  G
C  D  G  C  Em  D
C  D  G  Em  C  Em  D


[Bridge]
    C            D              G       C
May those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      G   C G
Be found and loved again 
Em                    D
Those who leave can't count the cost 
Em                    A           D
Those who grieve know what's been lost 


[Verse 3]
    G         C        D          G
So, when they met they danced the dance
    C         D      G
The hurt ones always do 
             C     D        G
As both said no to one more chance 
    C          Em       D  Dsus2 D
But thought it might be you 
   C     D          G         Em
So as we pray, that come what may 
    C          Em        D
Our hopes will find them then 
        C            D              G       C
Oh, may those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      G   C G
Be found and loved again
    C            D              G       C
May those who've loved and been thrown away 
   G         D      G
Be found and loved again






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Track 2                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                       Song - Somewhere in the Stars 
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CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Intro]
Am

[Verse 1]
                                             E7
Somewhere in the stars, somewhere that isn't here 
                                                      Am
There are buildings without bars, lives lived without fear 
                                             E7
Somewhere in the stars, somewhere that isn't here 
                                                  Am
There are bodies without scars, loved ones always near 


[Chorus]
                   G                   C
And sometimes in a dream, I can see it shine 
               E7                      Am
See its golden gleam, feel it could be mine 
                    F                      C
A field of nature's grain, a windmill on a hill 
             G   B7            Am
Then I wake again and I'm here still 


[Bridge]
        F                 Am
I would grieve if I could cry 
        E7               Am
I would leave if I could fly 
        F                             Am
I would crawl through all the mud and rain 
           E7           Am
If I could see my home again 


[Verse 2]
                                                 E7
But somewhere in the stars, somewhere that isn't here 
                                               Am
No leaders, kings or czars, no missile, gun or spear 
                                                  E7
Yes, somewhere in the stars, somewhere that isn't here
                                   Am
Everyone can sing and everyone can hear 


[Chorus]
                   G                   C
And sometimes in a dream, I can see it shine 
               E7                      Am
See its golden gleam, feel it could be mine 
                  F                    C
Each day a day of peace, a day of your goodwill
                   G    B7            Am
Then the dreamings cease and I'm here still


[Bridge]
        F                 Am
I would grieve if I could cry 
        E7               Am
I would leave if I could fly 
        F                             Am
I would crawl through all the mud and rain 
           E7           Am
If I could see my home again  


[Verse 3]
                                                 E7
But somewhere in the dark, somewhere beyond this night
                                                   Am
There glows that tiny spark that could be grown to light 
                                                    E7
Yes, somewhere in the dark, there must be something more 
                                                   Am
Than all this blood and rage, this madness we call war 


[Chorus]
                   G                   C
And sometimes in a dream, I can see it shine 
               E7                      Am
See its golden gleam, feel it could be mine 
              F                       C
All the gods asleep, so no one has to kill 
                         G   B7                   Am
Then I hear the children weep 'cause they're here still 
                                                 E7
But somewhere in the stars, somewhere that isn’t here






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Track 3                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                          Song - La Jeusseliniere 
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[Intro]
G    C    G  D  G

[Verse 1]

As the sun rises high 
        C
And the circling bird’s cry 
       G          Em     A7    D
Is the only sound I ever hear 
       G
As the barn shadow falls 
       C
On the old cottage walls 
       G              D             G
I know why this place calls me each year 


[Verse 2]

For it’s here I find peace 
          C
Where the world’s sorrows cease 
       G          Em              A7    D
And my heart is released from its toil 
          G
Where the tree offers fruits 
    C
The vine sends its shoots 
        G           D            G
And the wild cherry roots in the soil 


[Verse 3
      C
And I leave well behind 
          G
All those things that I find 
         Em                    A7       D
Cause me pain and distress and despair 
           G
They don’t travel with me 
       C
When I sail ‘cross the sea 
          G          D       G
And drive down to La Jeusseliniere 


[Chorus]
   Em
My friends bring their song 
          C
And their laughter along 
       A7                       D
Both belong on the sweet summer air 
B7
Wine warms the night 
          C      
‘Till the stars in delight 
         A7                   D
Shine so bright on La Jeusseliniere 


[Instrumental]
G    C    G  Em  A7  D  
G    C    G  D  G


[Chorus]
   Em
My friends bring their song 
          C
And their laughter along 
       A7                       D
Both belong on the sweet summer air 
B7
Wine warms the night 
          C      
‘Till the stars in delight 
         A7                   D
Shine so bright on La Jeusseliniere 


[Verse 4
         G 
And when winter brings cold 
      C
So my body feels old 
        G            Em         A7      D
And the ice and snow hold us in thrall 
       G
I will still close my eyes 
        C
Till my freed spirit flies 
          G             D            G
Where the circling bird cries for us all 


[Verse 5
         C
And I’ll leave well behind 
          G
All those things that I find 
         Em                    A7       D
Cause me pain and distress and despair 
           G
They don’t travel with me 
       C
When I sail ‘cross the sea 
          G          D       G
And drive down to La Jeusseliniere 
           
They don’t travel with me 
       C
When I sail ‘cross the sea 
          G          D       G
And drive down to La Jeusseliniere 


[Outro]
G    C    G  Em  A7  D  
G    C    G  D  G



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Track 4                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                        Song - The Role You Choose 
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[Intro]
G  D  Em    Am    G  D

[Verse 1]
         G                 Em
When you live your life as Charlie Brown
    C         G         Am
You sometimes smile you mostly frown 
    G                   Em            C
You sometimes float you mostly drown 
               Am              D
'Cause you are Charlie Brown 


[Verse 2]
         G                     Em
When you miss the chances, you miss the clues 
    C         G      Am
You know just how it feels to lose 
        G                Em       D       C
And you know that is the role you choose 
             Am      G
Then you are Charlie Brown 


[Chorus]
     C       D       G         Em      C
Yes, you are Charlie Brown, my friend
        D       G
You are Charlie Brown 
    C          D      G      Em
And though you try to fly it right 
C                     G     D
Still your kite comes down 


[Verse 3]
         G                 Em
When you live your life as Charlie Brown 
    C         G          Am
You play King Lear, they call you clown 
     G                  Em          C
They say there's one in every town 
              Am             D
Who's name is Charlie Brown 


[Verse 4]
         G                  Em
When you pitch that ball it comes right back 
C        G          Am
So you defend while they attack 
         G      Em    D               C
Then you find a quiet place to crack 
               Am      G
'Cause you are Charlie Brown 


[Instrumental]
C  D  G  D  Em  C  D  G
C  D  G  Em  C  Am    D


[Bridge]
C
Still your kite, still your kite
                      D
Still your kite comes down 

Good old Charlie Brown


[Verse 5]
         G                 Em
When you live your life as Charlie Brown 
    C           G     Am
You know you'll never wear that crown 
    G                 Em            C
You know you'll never find renown 
               Am             D
'Cause you are Charlie Brown 


[Verse 6]

    G                   Em
Oh, Mister Schultz, you know me well 
  C      G      Am
I see it in the tales you tell 
        G                  Em      D     C
For you know that heaven's made in hell
             Am      G
When you are Charlie Brown 
         G                  Em      D     C
Yes, you know that heaven's made in hell
             Am      C   G
When you are Charlie Brown







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Track 5                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                             Song - Impressions 
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[Intro]
Em

[Verse 1]
     Em
When Prussians came to take the house 
  D
I could not stop them then 
     B7
They filled the rooms with horses 
     Em
With sheep as well as men 
  Am
I tried for poor old Camille’s sake 
    Em
For M'sieur Monet too 
    Am
But they were Prussian soldiers 
          B7
There was little I could do 


[Verse 2]
  Em
Camille had fled to England 
        D
M'sieur Monet followed on 
     B7
When war came both made certain 
          Em
That they never saw a gun 
     Am
They left me to look after 
        Em
All the things they left behind 
    Am
But so much in so small a house 
    B7
The troops were sure to find 


[Verse 3]
    G
The store room full of paintings 
        D
Fifteen years of Camille’s life 
B7
Pictures of our village 
       Em
Of his children and his wife 
    G
And when the rain made good earth mud 
    D
And rivers of the lanes 
    C
The soldiers laid them end to end 
     B7                        Em
And walked on canvassed frames 


[Verse 4]
    Em
The colours and the pigments merged 
    D
And M'sieur Monet’s blue 
B7
Joined the reds, the greens, the browns 
   Em
To form another hue 
    Am
And poor Camille’s 'Plein Air' became 
  Em
A blackened, blasted land 
   Am
As boots tore holes with muddied soles
     B7
Sent from the fatherland 


[Verse 5]
     Em
They burned the rest for daily warmth 
    D
The paint and oil were good 
    B7
And gave more heat to blistered feet 
     Em
Than shower dampened wood 
    C
But when they left I tried to clean 
    Em
The pictures that I found 
   Am
By Camille and his friend Monet 
     B7
Deep trodden in the ground 


[Verse 6]
    G
But why I bothered I don’t know 
  D
Camille’s a silly fool 
B7
No one buys his paintings 
            Em
They’re all laughing as a rule 
    G
And M'sieur Monet’s eyes can’t see 
     D
He’s never finished yet 
   C
No details, just impressions 
       B7                    Em
Is the best that he can get 


[Verse 7]
     Em
When they return and find the truth 
   D
Maybe they’ll see the light 
    B7
And do an honest job for once 
   Em
It never has seemed right 
  Am
A life spent painting pictures 
       Em
We all wonder why they try 
    Am
"See this one here, yes, take it, sir"
  B7
A M'sieur Monet sky 
     Em           B7 Em
That no one wants to buy




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Track 6                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                           Song - The Pocket Song 
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CAPO: 5th Fret


[Intro]
G C   F  
C G  C

[Verse 1]
       C              F                           C
Oh, my mother's in my pocket and she'll never go away
                    F               G
She tells me that I have to keep my mobile on each day
     F                                                       G
And "Where you going?", "What you doing?" is all she'll ever say 
       C              F                 G         C     F  C G C
Oh, my mother's in my pocket and she'll never go away 


[Verse 2]
       C             F                           C
Now my wife is in my pocket and she'll never go away 
                    F               G
She tells me that I have to keep my mobile on each day 
     F                                                       G
And "Where you going?", "Who you seeing?" is all she'll ever say
       C             F                 G         C     F  C G C
Oh, my wife is in my pocket and she'll never go away 


[Chorus]
F             C
See us on the street, the train 
G             C
See our faces etched with strain 
F            C
Not a minute of our own 
Dm               G
Lives lived on a mobile phone 


[Verse 3]
       C             F                          C
Now my boss is in my pocket and he'll never go away
                   F               G
He tells me that I have to keep my mobile on each day 
     F                                                         G
And "Where you going?", "How's the selling?" is all he'll ever say 
       C             F                G         C     F  C G C
Oh, my boss is in my pocket and he'll never go away 


[Chorus]
F             C
See us on the street, the train 
G             C
See our faces etched with strain 
F            C
Not a minute of our own 
Dm               G
Lives lived on a mobile phone 


[Verse 4]
          C            F                                C
Soon I'll empty all my pockets and I'll throw them all away
                        F                G
These gadgets and these gizmos that have taken all my day
    F                                            G
And where I'm going, what I'm doing, only I will say
       C            F             G               C
When I empty all my pockets and I throw them all away 
G   C
Someday
G   C
Someday 
G   C
One day





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Track 7                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                           Song - Golden Pennies 
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CAPO: 5th Fret


[Intro]
C   Am   Dm   G

[Verse 1]
       C                 Am
Golden pennies, see them shining in the sun 
       Dm             F            G
Golden pennies, lying there for anyone 
        C                Am
Pan the river, bless the waters as they run 
           Dm              F                   G
For golden pennies and the freedom that you’ve won 


[Verse 2]
          C               Am
There’s adventure waiting in this promised land 
          Dm                F              G
Leave old England, take the future in your hand 
           C                Am
Leave your troubles on that cold and distant shore 
          Dm                  F              G
Here’s Australia, with golden pennies by the score
       F       C Dm C
Golden pennies 


[Chorus]
     F         G              Em       A
It’s hard on a woman when she gets out here 
     Dm        G        C
It’s hard on a woman, I know 
    F                 G                 Em      A7
But there’s something special ‘bout the new frontier 
       Dm            F              G
And it takes someone special to go 


[Verse 3]
         C                 Am
Will you have me, will you be a poor man’s bride?
         Dm                F               G
Will you love me, will you stay here by my side?
            C                Am
And build a country with our hope and with our pride 
        Dm                       F               G
I won’t fail you, though there’s others who have tried 
           C
For golden pennies


[Instrumental]
C   Am   Dm   F  G  
C   Am   Dm   F  G


[Chorus]
     F         G              Em       A
It’s hard on a woman when she gets out here 
     Dm        G        C
It’s hard on a woman, I know 
    F                 G                 Em      A7
But there’s something special ‘bout the new frontier 
       Dm            F              G
And it takes someone special to go 


[Verse 4]
         C                 Am
Will you have me, will you be a poor man’s bride?
         Dm                F               G
Will you love me, will you stay here by my side?
            C                Am
And build a country with our hope and with our pride 
        Dm                       F               G
I won’t fail you, though there’s others who have tried 
           C
For golden pennies


[Outro]
C   Am   Dm   F  G  
C   Am   Dm   F  G  
F  C  Dm  C



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Track 8                                  Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                          Song - The Last Train 
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CAPO: 2nd Fret

  
[Intro]
C

[Verse 1]
                             Am
It was the last train of the evening 
    Dm              G
The sun was setting low 
      E7                Am
As we pulled out of the station 
          F             G
I glanced up to see its glow 
       C          Am
In the window a reflection 
     Dm             G
Of a face I used to know 
      E7             Am
In an old life, in a young life
        F              G
We both lived so long ago 


[Chorus]
          C                    Bb
She could dance from dusk till dawning 
          F
She could twist and shout with joy 
    D7                      Dm             G
And I was hers forever, her first and only boy
            C                 Am
But in that old life, in that young life 
      Dm               G
I was far too smart to know 
         Dm             G            F
That the one regret I'd harbour yet 
           G       C
Was that I let her go 


[Verse 2]
                     Am
She was reading as I watched her 
         Dm                G
Till she turned another page 
         E7             Am
From the lines upon her face now 
          F              G
You could never tell her age 
      C                Am
But I knew I looked so different 
          Dm               G
Time just hadn't been that kind 
      E7                   Am
On my face were etched the failures 
       F               G
Of the life I'd left behind 


[Verse 3]
      C                     F
As we slowed she closed her novel 

Stood to take her suitcase down 
D
Turned and paused and stared at me 
    G
Then shadowed by a frown 
C               Am
Shook her head, took her case
Dm                G
Moved towards the door
 Dm            G
Another time, another place
    F       G       C
But leaving me once more


[Chorus]
          C                    Bb
She could dance from dusk till dawning 
          F                             G
She could twist and shout with joy, and that 
         Dm             G            F
That the one regret I'd harbour yet 
           G       C
Was that I let her go

It was the last train of the evening 




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Track 9                                   Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                           Song - Long, Long Time 
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CAPO: 4th Fret


[Intro]
C  Am  Dm  G    C


[Verse 1]
                           Am           Dm
There’s a sunset that we’ve never seen 
                           G           E7
Over mountains where we’ve never been 
                          Am                D7
And I’d like to make that long, long climb 
                        G                C
‘Cause we haven't for a long, long time 


[Verse 2]
                         Am           Dm
There’s a poem that we’ve never read 
                            G           E7
Saying all the things we’ve never said 
                           Am            D7
And I’d like to make those verses rhyme 
                        G                F
‘Cause we haven't for a long, long time 


[Chorus]
                          C           Am
Could we change our lives you and me 
                        G         F
Be the gypsies we could never be 
                            C         Am  Dm
Are we trapped in days that just tick by 
                     G               C
Or could we take our chance and try 


[Verse 3]
                            Am           Dm
There’s a journey that we’ve never made 
                    G            E7
Never taken, always been afraid 
                              Am          D7
Don’t you think that it would be a crime 
                   G                C
If we didn’t for a long, long time 


[Instrumental]
C  Am  Dm  G  E7  
Am  D7  G  F


[Chorus]
                          C           Am
Could we change our lives you and me 
                       G         F
Be the lovers we could never be 
                            C         Am  Dm
Are we trapped in days that just tick by 
                       G              C
Or could we chase that dream and try 


[Verse 4]
                         Am           Dm
There’s a door that opens every day 
                             G           E7
Let’s not close it let’s just slip away 
                           Am         D7
Don’t look back it’s all a pantomime 
                      G                C
And it has been for a long, long time 


[Verse 5]
                                Am          Dm
But there’s a sunset that we’ve never seen 
                           G           E7
Over mountains where we’ve never been 
                           Am                D7
So let’s go and start that long, long climb 
                         G          C
And let’s make it last a long, long time


[Outro]
C  Am  Dm  G  E7  
Am  D7  G  C





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Track 10                                  Artist - Harvey Andrews
                                         
                                              Song - Old Face
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CAPO:: 4th Fret


[Intro]
C    F  Dm  Am7  Dm  C  G

[Verse 1]
             C
Milly has an old face 
                 F
She calls it her new face 
             Dm       F
Milly has an old face 
                C
Showing all its years 
                Dm         F
Remembering the heartaches 
                  C
Harsh words and remakes 
               Dm
Treasuring the keepsakes 
     F                G
That help to hide the fears 


[Verse 2]
                  C
Yes, Milly has an old face 
                 F
Smiling at the retraced 
             Dm      F
Memory of an embrace 
                C
That was always there 
              Dm                 F
When life was something grown in 
             C
Love was sometimes thrown in 
                Dm
But never, ever shown in 
  F                 G      F
A place with others near 


[Chorus]
       G        C                  Dm
In old eyes the young girl dances
          F        Dm
Takes her chances 
          G    F
While she may 
           G        C                  Dm
And in old eyes the young man watches 
        F       G
As time notches one more day 


[Instrumental]
C    F  Dm  Am7  Dm  C  G


[Verse 3]
                 C
And Billy has an old face 
             F
Moving at an old pace 
              Dm       F
Not afraid of disgrace 
                C
Bringing up the rear 
               Dm     F
Time alone for musing 
                   C
He's not afraid of losing 
             Dm
Happy in his choosing 
   F        G
To be a mutineer 


[Verse 4]
                  C
Yes, Billy has an old face 
             F
Living in an old place 
                  Dm        F
Searching for the misplaced 
              C
Memories very dear 
                Dm         F
Telling all the tall tales 
               C
Storm wind and sea gales 
              Dm
Lost oars and torn sails 
         F          G       F
Till the glass said clear 


[Chorus]
       G        C                  Dm
In old eyes the young girl dances
          F        Dm
Takes her chances 
          G    F
While she may 
           G        C                  Dm
And in old eyes the young man watches 
        F       G
As time notches one more day 


[Instrumental]
C    F  Dm  Am7  Dm  C  G
C    F  Dm  Am7  Dm  C  G


[Verse 5]
                         C
In the mirror there's an old face 
                F
Waiting for the young face 
                         Dm       F
In the mirror there's an old face 
                C
Showing all its years 
                   Dm         F
We'll remember our heartaches 
                C
Harsh words and remakes 
                   Dm
We'll treasure the keepsakes 
     F                G
That help to hide our fears 


[Verse 6]
              F    G   C
When we're an old, old face 
                  F  G   C
With lines of the finest lace 
          F      Dm C
Folded in time's embrace 
             F    G   C
Proud of our old, old face 
              F    G   C
When we're an old, old face 
                  F  G   C
With lines of the finest lace 
          F      Dm C
Folded in time's embrace 
             F    G   C
Proud of our old, old face 


[Outro]
C    F  Dm  Am7  Dm  C




            
            
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