Lover’s Town Revisited by Billy Bragg By Tcoldsteel Another of Billy’s classic tunes. Again, listen to the timing of the songs to synch the chords (cos' it was on the button i typed it on word, but not when i copied onto UG). I play this on my burns steer with only a little distortion but palm mute (a bit) and the volume up on the guitar. Depending on your voice you could stick a capo on either 1 or 3. I'm sure Billy wouldn't mind. Intro:(D) VERSE 1: G Em It’s that summer of the evening C (D) G Get ready and roll The cassettes D Em There’s boy’s outside preaching genocide C D And trying to think up some sort of threat C G Em D And the ladies in the cloakroom take no notice of me Em C I wish myself was back at home but there’s D G Nothing safe in watching TV VERSE 2: (Same chord structure as above There’s something born tomorrow That I lost when I was out for a drink How many gangs is it gonna take To change the way I think It takes more than good intentions And a big bloke on the door And though it’s never the same after the first time That doesn’t stop them coming back for more OUT: Em C G Fighting in the dance halls happens anyway Em G C G Sometimes it makes me stop and think Sometimes it makes me turn away Sometimes it makes me stop and think Sometimes it makes me turn away Sometimes it makes me stop and think Em G C (D) G But most times it makes me run away Please rate. All the best. T.