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Picadilly Palare chords

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“Picadilly Palare”                                           MORRISSEY
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album: Bona Drag

Intro: F#m, A

F#m          B               
    Off the rails I was and 

Off the rails 
                  F#m 
I was happy to stay 
    E     
GET OUT OF MY WAY 

F#m, A, F#m, A

F#m        B
   On the rack I was 
                                    F#m
Easy meat, and a reasonably good buy 
   E
A reasonably good buy 

F#m, A

F#m                E
    The Piccadilly palare 
   B
Was just silly slang 
F#m                     A           F#m 
Between me and the boys in my gang 
                E         B
"So Bona to Vada. OH YOU 
     F#m
Your lovely eek and 
     A 
Your lovely riah" 

F#m, A (x4)

F#m          B
    We plied an ancient trade 

Where we threw all life's 
                  F#m
Instructions away 
                E
Exchanging lies and digs (my way) 

F#m, A (x2)

F#m            B
   Cause in a belted coat 

Oh, I secretly knew 
                     B  E
That I hadn't a clue 

(No, no. No, no, no. You can't get there that way. Follow me...)

F#m                E
    The Piccadilly palare 
   B
Was just silly slang 
F#m                     A           F#m 
Between me and the boys in my gang
                 E
Exchanging palare 
                B
You wouldn't understand 
     F#m            A
Good sons like you 

NEVER DO. 

E, B, F#m, A (x2)
F#m, A (x4)

F#m                  E
    So why do you smile 
                     A
When you think about Earl's Court ? 
         E                             
But you cry when you think of all 
      A                   F#m
The battles you've fought (and lost) ? 

F#m                         E 
    It may all end tomorrow 
       B                 F#m             
Or it could go on forever 
          A               E      
In which case I'm doomed 
   B                   F#m                        
It could go on forever 
          A
In which case I'm doomed

E, B, F#m, A (repeat to infinite)
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