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Art Hounds

[Intro]

e|----------------------|
B|----------------------|
G|----------------------|
D|-7-9-10--7-7-7--9--10-| (x8, end on 7)
A|----------------------|
E|----------------------|

D                               G         C              E
Art-hounds look like nothing So Art-hounds write something
D                                 G       C                              E
And those that do are judged by those Who tried and found they couldn't do
Oooh Oooh
D-G-C-E--D-G
D                 G                  C                               E
Art-hounds see the Greek ideal And gaze on what they'll never feel
D                               G                 C                               E
Oh, the pitiless revenge of those without friends The pitiless, the pitiless revenge
D           G                         C                               E
Art-hounds know what's around Because they've seen it somewhere written down
D                       G                       C                        E
And everything they've seen on the moving screen Helps them fill up the page
D                   G                             C
In European museums Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you?
D           G                   E   Am
In European museums Will I see you?
D   G         Am   D      G     Am     D      G    Am       D  G         Am
My life is opera    My life is opera   My life is opera     My life is opera

D                G         C                               E
Art-hounds in a restaurant They bring along their loving Aunt
D                    G                                    C                           E
But when they can't find a table for their fat Aunt Mable They stamp their feet and cry
D                G         C                               E
Art-hounds in a restaurant They bring along their loving Aunt
D                          G                              C                         E
But when they can't find a table for their fat Aunt Mable They stamp their feet and cry

D                   G                             C
In European museums Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you?
D           G                  E    Am
In European museums Will I see you?
D  G         Am     D  G         Am    D  G         Am      D  G         Am
My life is opera    My life is opera   My life is opera     My life is opera


[Breakdown]

e|--------------------|
B|--------------------|
G|-------7------------|
D|---7-9----9-10-9--7-|
A|--------------------|
E|--------------------|


D          G             C                   E
Art-hounds: very funny, very witty, but very lonely
D                     G                   C                      E
And below the belt is shriveled and small It functions only as a word
D           G           C                    E
Art-hounds: very funny, very witty, but very lonely
D                     G                   C                    E
And below the belt is shriveled and small It knows a thousand woes
D                    G     C
In European hushed museums Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you? Will I see you?
D                   G                 E           Am
In European hushed museums Will I see you?

D                        G          C
If you cannot stand this fake world If you cannot stand this fake world
D            G                             E      Am
Take my hand If you cannot stand this fake world
D                        G             C
If you cannot stand this fake world If you cannot stand this fake world
D             G                            E       Am
Take my hand If you cannot stand this fake world
D         G             C
I take 16 pills to send me to sleep
D      G                 E     Am
And 16 pills to shake me awake
D                  G                  C
What does it mean? What does it mean? What does it mean? What does it mean?
D                   G                                E              Am
What does it mean? What does it mean? What does it mean?

            
            
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