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James Keelaghan - Sinatra And I

## NOTE: ~ ~ = Walk-Down from C to G ##

INTRO: C  F  C    G  C  F  C   F  G

  C         G             Am             C
I have to admit there's a strange tale between us
  F                      C             G
A twisted road winding between you and I
  C               G             Am       C
I was living in a garret on the edges of Staten
      F                     C          G
I was lying in bed, looking out at the night

                   F           C
Grey sky exploded, fire rained down
Some refinery in Jersey had burned to the ground
                         F           C
Call me superstitious, I called it a sign
I packed up the van, headed out for the Line

  C            G              Am           C
I wandered for months, it was gorgeous but somehow
  F                      C         G
I didn't know what I was trying to find
    C            G               Am           C
The last days of summer found me crossing the border
      F                           C         G
I was feeling quite lonely, quite out of my mind

                        F            C
I stopped in Regina, my spirits were low
If I didn't do something, I was bound to explode
                                  F        C
If I was gonna keep travelling, I needed a date
Pulled the van to a stop at the SPCA

INTERLUDE: C    F  G  C    F  G  C    

Am                      F           C
There he sat curled up, back in the corner
Face like a bandit, and icy blue eyes
   Am                  F        C
He opened the gate and casually strolled
Out of the kennel, and into my life

      C           G         Am       C
So it was, that Sinatra and I went a-roving
      F                           C            G
Yeah, that's what I called him, because of his eyes
C            G            Am          C
Turns out as well, he's a pretty good singer
          F                           C            G
Though he tends more to blues than to Strangers at Night

                           F            C
Old Blue Eyes beside me we kept heading North
Near Whitehorse the van finally gave up the ghost
                            F            C
Got a job at a cafe where Sinatra begged scraps
Saving our money for spark plugs and maps

INTERLUDE:   C      F   G    C    F  G
           Ohhh ohh ohh ohh

C           G         Am        C
Some nights we'd both got cabin fever
     F                   C         G
We'd go for a walk old Sinatra and I
    C           G                Am       C
His nose in the ground, sniffing out possibilities
F                             C           G
We're looking out through the dome of the sky

                     F          C
I ask him to sit, he pays me no mind
He'll do it his way and I'll do it mine
                        F                C
That's why I liked him, once more that's why
                               ~ ~       G   C
I think there's a future for Sinatra and I____

OUTRO: F  G  C    F  G  C    F  G  C    F  G  C

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