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Gin And Tonic Sky Chords

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MUNDY-GIN & TONIC SKY
By JoFFraY “Disco rock”
My second version (this is the true version) of this great song, without Capo 
 
F#:244222
E :022100
D: 000232
A: 002220

Intro: 
F# + (B[----2-3-2) 
E  + (B[----0-1-0)

(With F# play 244222/222222/244222)
F#	               E
On a lonesome evening, when rain turns pavement black
D	              F#
I put you on a train, I’d never see you back again…

1 CHORUS
A	  E	        D
'cause you were leaving, I couldn't fathom why
A	  E	                  D
and the moon was a slice of lemon in a gin and tonic sky
gin and tonic sky

F#	                   E
well I put you on a train, you should have heard the engines laughter
D			        F#
saying' "I'm takin' her away and don't come running after"
F#	                        E
you gave me one last cold kiss, colder than steel
D	
this would be the last time 
A	               E
and my tears were like vinegar burning in my eyes,
D	
burning in my eyes

1 CHORUS

2 CHORUS
Please swear you won't take her from me now…
And I always said train stations gave me a lonesome feeling 
'cause from someone somewhere they were stealing, stealing
na na na na na, na na na 

and to hear the trains arms a violently pumping
and a little ruby heart inside me a thumping,
I was my own man now, a soldier on a battle field,
A grain of sand on a gold dust beach,
A one man band with an empty open hand,
A one man band with an empty open hand 

1 CHORUS(x2)

Gin and tonic sky, gin and tonic sky,
Gin and tonic sky, gin and tonic sky
Sky oh! Gin and tonic sky

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jimmythefridge 10 wrote on April 25 2011, 04:57 pm

good tab bud. this one sounds right

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captaingradepoi 10 wrote on August 16 2015, 08:54 am

I would play 222 instead of 232 for the D, otherwise spot on. F# is actually F#m

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