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Third Track Main Camera Four Minutes chords

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I got three from each section on the fixed odds coupon
      D7                        G
But I still don’t want to go to Cuba,
     C          D7       G       C          D7  G
‘Cos Cuba’s the new destination; Cuba’s the new Iceland
          C          D7           G           C     D7                  G
And it’ll be full of Italia Conti rejects, so no; I don’t want to go to Cuba,
    C           D7         G
I’d much rather go down to Dorset
         A         D7        G     A         D7        G
With its wonderful Bulbarrow Hill. Wonderful Bulbarrow Hill.


         G
I’ve got fur in my kettle and a film on my tea
    D7                     G         C       D7            G      C   D7
I’m living in a hard water town, but I don’t let it get me down
G
Far from it.
       C               D7           G                                 C
Should any man wish to make himself immortal by painting a picture of wretchedness
D7                       G
Then he’d be wasting his time knocking on my door.
C           D7                      G           C              D7             G
Maybe go to Mr Galbraith’s over the road. There he is now, look. Alone in his polytunnel
                 C                  D7
With his pitiful competition onions.
  G                            C   D7             G                      C  D7  G
Neglected for two weeks in Cuba: A no rosette situation for Mr Galbraith.


      C              D7      G
Oh he shouldn’t have gone to Cuba
   C              D7           G
He should’ve just gone down to Dorset
         A         D7        G     A         D7        G
With its wonderful Bulbarrow Hill. Wonderful Bulbarrow Hill.


C    D7   G     C   D7   G
Ah………………………………  Ah…………………………… Pots and pans
C    D7   G
Ah……………………………… Take off your coat or you won’t feel the benefit
C    D7   G   
Ah……………………………… And now I’m going to tell you something
C    D7   G
Ah……………………………… Alright – here we go


   C                          D7                              G
If ever an album title was in dire need of an exclamation mark
   C                          D7                              G
If ever an album title was in dire need of an exclamation mark, it surely had to be
C        D7     G      C        D7     G
Frampton Comes Alive!  Frampton Comes Alive! Run for the hills
C        D7     G
Frampton Comes Alive!  One more time
C        D7     G         G7
Frampton Comes Alive!


            
            
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