Next up is Spain, home to the shortest song on this album. I've seen that there's another set of chords for this song already listed, but I've tried them and they didn't seem to fit very well on my accordion. Didn't sound right at all. This version seems to work a bit better for me, but I'd welcome you to try them both to hear which one works the best for you. CHORDS USED: F C G Em GHOST MICE: EUROPE "Spain" C - G - Em - F C - G - Em - F C G Em F At the end of the street there is a statue of Christopher Columbus C G Em F He's got his arms up in the air and he's pointing us towards home C G Em F There's people selling pigeons and they're selling squirrels for pets C G Em F There's a tiny toy piano being played by a toad C G Em F And there's parrots in the trees and the beach is blue and green C G Em F And the hills are thick with plants that we've never seen C G And we sat on that bench together Em F It was the world's largest C G Em F Bright mosaic tiles crafted by some great dead artist C G Em F And all this is nice and all this is great C G Em F But to tell the truth I'm thinking about Bloomington today C G Em F Yes, all this is nice, and all this is great, C G Em F But to be honest all I can think about is Bloomington today! C G Em F Yes, all this is nice, and all this is great, C G Em F But to be honest all I can think about is Bloomington today!