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The French Inhaler ukulele

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From the 1976 album "Warren Zevon"
(For the "Preludes" demo version, use a capo at the first fret.)

D   D/F#   D   D  A  D   Bm7  A  A7

D
How're you going to make your way in the world, woman
         G           A       D
When you weren't cut out for working?
          G           D/F#        A
When your fingers are slender and frail?
G                       D/F#
How're you going to get around
        G  D/F#  Em7   D
In this sleazy   bedroom town
       G             D/F#        Asus4   A
If you don't put yourself up for sale?

G                           F#m7                D
Where will you go with your scarves and your miracles?
G           D/F#         A
Who's gonna know who you are?
G                  D/F#
Drugs and wine and flattering light
         G                     D/F#
You must try it again till you get it right
G                D/F#            Em              Bm7   F#m  F#m7
Maybe you'll end up with someone different every night

A         G              D/F#    G  D/F#
All these people with no home to go home to
       G   D/F#    A         D          Em
They'd all like to spend the night with you
               G    G  E/G#  A
Maybe I would, too


But tell me
D
How're you going to make your way in the world, woman
         G           A       D
When you weren't cut out for working
        G    D/F#  Em D   A
And you just can't concentrate
        G  D   A    D   G
And you always show up late

    G                D
You said you were an actress
       G           D
Yes, I believe you are
G                    D/F#
I thought you'd be a star
     D7               G
So I drank up all the money,
       G                D        Bm
Yes, I drank up all the money,
           G       D       A    D    G
With these phonies in this Hollywood bar,
      G          D            A    D    G
These friends of mine in this Hollywood bar

Em             F#
Loneliness and frustration
Bm           A             G
We both came down with an acute case
             D/F#
And when the lights came up at two
  A  
I caught a glimpse of you
         Bm          A
And your face looked like something
G             D               G
Death brought with him in his suitcase
 
            D
Your pretty face
             G
It looked so wasted
               D
Another pretty face
     G
Devastated
A     F#m7      D
  The French Inhaler
G                D
  He stamped and mailed her
G   D     A   D  
"So long, Norman"
D          G  D     A  D      D  Em7  A  Asus4  A    D
She said, "So long, Norman" 




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