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[Intro]

C#m  B  Amaj7  B   (x2)

[Verse 1]

C#m 
Could be Jerusalem or it could be Cairo
B
Could be Berlin or it could be Prague
C#m 
Could be Moscow could be New York
A                                   B
Could be Llanelli and it could be Warrington
C#m            B
Could be Warsaw and it could be Moose Jaw
C#m                       A                             B
Could be Rome. Everybody got somewhere they call home 

[Chorus 1]

E
When they overrun the defences
   B
A minor invasion put down to expenses
A                                C#m
Will you go down to the airport lounge? 
E
Will you accept your second-class status?
B
A nation of waitresses and waiters
A                                             B
Will you mix their martinis, will you stand still for it 
                         C#m  B  Amaj7   B
Or will you take to the hills?

[Verse 2]

C#m
It could be clay and it could be sand
B               C#m
Could be desert. Could be a tract of arable land
A                                    B
Could be a house, could be a corner shop
C#m
Could be a cabin by a bend in the river
B
Could be something your old man handed down
C#m
Could be something you built on your own
A                                 B
Everybody got something he calls home

[Chorus 2]

E
When the cowboys and Arabs draw down
         B
On each other at noon
                             Amaj7
In the cool dusty air of the city boardroom
                              B
Will you stand by a passive spectator
Of the market dictators?
E
Will you discreetly withdraw
           B
With your ear pressed to the boardroom door?
Amaj7                                    B
Will you hear when the lion within you roars?
                      C#m   B   Amaj7   B
Will you take to the hills?

[Bridge]

E  B  Amaj7                        B
Oh      Will you stand, will you stand for it? 
           E    B  Amaj7 B
Will you hear? oh! oh!    when the lion within you roars

C#m  B  Amaj7  B

[Verse 3]

C#m
Could be your father and it could be your mother
B
Could be your sister, could be your brother
C#m
Could be a foreigner could be a Turk
A                                       B
Could be a cyclist out looking for work. Norman
C#m
Could be a king, could be the Aga Khan
B
Could be a Vietnam vet with no arms and no legs
C#m
Could be a saint, could be a sinner
A                                  B
Could be a loser or it could be a winner
C#m
Could be a banker, could be a baker
B
Could be a Laker, could be Kareem Abdul Jabar
C#m
Could be a male voice choir
A                             B
Could be a lover, could be a fighter
C#m
Could be a super heavyweight 
B       
Or it could be something lighter
C#m
Could be a cripple, could be a freak
Could be a wop, gook, geek
A                                 B
Could be a cop, could be a thief
C#m
Could be a family of ten living in one room on relief
B
Could be our leaders in their concrete tombs
C#m
With their tinned food and their silver spoons
A                                       B
Could be the pilot with God on his side
C#m
Could be the kid in the middle of the bomb sight
B
Could be a fanatic, could be a terrorist
Could be a dentist, could be a psychiatrist
C#m
Could be humble 
A                                            B   
Could be proud, could be a face in the crowd
C#m
Could be the soldier in the white cravat
      B
Who turns the key in spite of the fact
                            C#m
That this is the end of the cat and mouse
Who dwelt in the house
            A                                    B
Where the laughter rang and the tears were spilt
C#m
The house that Jack built
B
Where the laughter rang and the tears were spilt
C#m
The house that Jack built
A                                            B   
Bang, bang, shoot, shoot, white gloved thumb
C#m
Lord thy will be done
N.C.
He was always a good boy his mother said
N.C.
He'll do his duty when he's grown, yeah
N.C.
Everybody's got someone they call home
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