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Each chord is one bar in length, unless otherwise stated.

Tuning: EADGBe

 

Intro:

G# (2 bars) F# G#

 

VERSE 1:

G# (2 bars)  F#        G#

A-bo-o-o-o-o-ove solid ground

G# (2 bars)F#        G#

Hundre-e-e-eds all a-round

G# (2 bars)            F#      G#

Plastic toy trains, on plastic tracks

G# (2 bars)  F#       G#

On a siding, go going back

 

G# (2 bars)

 

BRIDGE:

C#         D#

The sun on the wall

C#          D#

The si-i-i-lent call

C#              D#

The carriage on its side

F#sus2         G#        F#             G#

A-a-waits  another ride, a-a-noth a-noth-er ride

 

G# (2 bars) F# G#

 

VERSE 2:

G# (2 bars) F#        G#

Coming,     co-om-ing down

G# (2 bars)      F#            G#

Swee-ee-ee-ee-ee-eet sweet sur-round

G# (2 bars)     F#          G#

As the hundre-e-eds make no sound

G# (1 bar) B       N.C. (no chord, or possibly a hint of G#)

Ma-a-ake make no sound

 

 

CHORDS:

G#     466544

F#     244322

C#     446664

D#     668886

F#sus2 xx4674

B      799877

A nice mention in Hot Press (and a comparison to the Beta Band!)

Here it is:

“Making Spotify waves with his debut self-titled solo album is backinhumanform, the Mayo Artist Also Known As Joe Clarke who’s now residing in the London borough of Bow.

Formerly lead singer with Manchester band Adventures Of Salvador, he’s been variously compared to Beck, Midlake, Mazzy Star, John Cale and (by us) the Beta Band in their more chilled moments, and in ‘Auld Lang Xiety’ has a song that would sit very comfortably with all the other quality Irish music RTÉ Radio One is playing these days.”

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