"Homburg"
(Gary Brooker - Keith Reid)
Intro:
F F7/Eb Dm G7/B C C7
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Verse 1:
F G7/F
Your multilingual business friend
Bb/F F
Has packed her bags and fled
F G7/F
Leaving only ash-filled ashtrays
Bb/F F
And the lipsticked unmade bed
Dm Gm
The mirror, a reflection
F/C C
Has climbed back upon the wall
F G7/F
For the floor she found descended
Bb/F F
And the ceiling was too tall
Chorus:
F Bb
Your trouser cuffs are dirty
G C
And your shoes are laced up wrong
A7 Dm F/C
You'd better take off your homburg
Bb F
'Cause your overcoat is too long
[repeat intro]
Verse 2:
The town clock in the market square
Stands waiting for the hour
When its hands they won't turn backwards
And on meeting will devour
Both themselves and also any fool
Who dares to tell the time
And the sun and moon will shatter
And the signposts cease to sign
[repeat chorus]
[repeat intro]
[repeat chorus]
[repeat intro]
[repeat chorus]
[repeat intro; fade]
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers




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