Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 14:47:45 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers
Subject: ./a/association/wasnt_it_a_bit_like_now.crd
"Wasn't It A Bit Like Now (Parallel '23)"
(Terry Kirkman)
Intro:
F7 F#7 G7 [5X; start to fade 3rd time]
Verse:
Bb
Silly bubbles effervesce
F7
In the mothball smell of a beaded dress
The "Oh, you kid"s, the marathons
Bb Gb7 F7
The bathtub gin, hungover dawns
Bb
The round-framed picture, the flat straw hat
F7
The long-nosed roadster at a mile a minute flat
The bell-bottom pants, the fine silk vest
[N.C.]
Are all tucked away in her cedar chest
Chorus:
(F7)
Ah-ha-ha Ah-ha-ha
F7 E7 F7
Ah-ha-ha-ha-ha ha-ah-ah
Bb
Wasn't it a bit like now
F7
Huh Mom, huh Dad?
Are all the memories really gone
Bb
Gone of the best darn times
Gb9 F9
I'll bet you ever had
Bb
Instead of "groovy" it was "mean"
And jeepers, it's wild
Eb Edim
It just doesn't seem that different now
Bb /A /Ab G7
The why's are the same, it's just a question of how
Eb Edim
Doesn't it seem a little bit like now
Bb /A /Ab G7
I pose this question to your arching brow
C7 F7 Bb
Huh Mom, huh Dad?
Bridge:
Bb
Cosmetic progress intensifies
F7
The so-cool look in my baby's eyes
The far-out kids, the kicks they're on
Bb [N.C.]
Obsolete sins, new world's dawn
Bb
Three pictures for a quarter in your Carnaby hat
F7
Jet-propelled cars on the Bonneville flats
Slender legs in their paisley best
[N.C.]
All tucked away in her mini-dress
[repeat chorus]
[repeat intro to fade]
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers




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