RUFUS WAINWRIGHT - "The Art Teacher" tabbed by Rollo, firstname.lastname@example.org This song is a wonderful and blissful touch to a magnificent album from an artist that's undoubtedly one of the most creative, sincere and well-sounding artists since God-knows-when. Do it justice! Ebm Bb There I was in uniform E Eb7sus4 Eb7 Looking at the art---- teacher. B Gb I was just a girl then; B A Abm Gb Never have I loved since then. Ebm Bb He was not that much older than I was E Eb7sus4 Eb7 He had taken our class to the Metropolitan Museum B Gb He asked us what our favorite work of art was, B A Abm Gb But never could I tell him it was-- him. B Oh, I wish I could tell him -- Gb Oh, I wish I could have told him. Ebm Bb I looked at the Reubens and Rembrandts E Eb7sus4 Eb7 B I liked the John Singer Sergeants Gb He told me he liked Turner B A Abm Gb Never have I turned since then B Gb No, never have I turned to any other man. [French horn solo, following verse structure] Ebm Abm7 All this having been said, Bb7 B Bb A Abm I married an executive company head. B Ab Bm/F# Bm/E Bm/D Bm/Db Bm Gb* All this having been done, a Tur---ner------------ I- own one. Ebm Bb E Here I am in this uniform, this pantsuit sort of thing, Eb7sus4 Eb7 B Thinking of the art--- teacher. Gb I was just a girl then; B A Abm Gb Never have I loved since then. B Gb No, never have I loved any other man. [ends on a high Gb chord] * This is actually played as a D-Db-Bb-Gb sequence occurring two times fast, one time slow.