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Lifeguard Sleeping Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 95 14:33:01 EDT
From: Winston Campbell 
Subject: LIFEGUARD SLEEPING, GIRL DROWNING by Morrissey

Gm  Bb   Dm   C   A

Dm                   Bb
Always looking for attention
       F           E
Always needs to be mentioned
             A
Who does she think she should be
Dm            Bb
The shrill cry through darkening air
            F    E                    A
Doesn~t she know he~s had such a busy day

Bb     F
shhh....
                   Gm   Bb
somebody tell her...


Dm   C   A   Dm   Gm   C   F   A

Dm              Bb
It was only a test but she swam
    F               E
Too far against the tide
    A
She deserves what she gets
Dm             Bb
The sky became mad with stars
       F            E   A
As an outstretched arm slowly disappears

Bb       F
hooray...
    Gm        Bb
oh hooray, ayyy...


Dm    C   A   Dm    Gm  C   F   A

Gm
Please don~t worry
Bb
There~ll be no fuss
    Dm  C        A
She was nobody~s nothing


Dm  C   A   Dm     Gm  C   F   A

Dm           Bb
When he awoke the sea was calm
      F         E             A
And another day passes like a dream...


Gm    Bb    Dm  C   A

Gm
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HowardMoon7 62 May 29, 2009 09:06 AM

Really good tab, thanks

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