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      Tom Waits Fan» Tabs

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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From: andersam@imv.aau.dk (Anders Mikkelsen)

Strange Weather
by Tom Waits & Kathleen Brennan

Dm6/F: EADGHe: 12023X

Am E Am

E Am E Am
Will ye take me across the channel
Dm G E
London Bridge is falling down
Am E Am
Strange a woman tries to save
Dm G E
More than a man will try to drown
Dm G C
And its the rain that they predicted
E7 Am
And its the forecast every time
Dm G C
The rose has died because you picked it
B E7
And I believe that brandy's mine
A G F
And all over the world strangers
E7 Am G
Talk only about the weather
F Dm6/F B7
All over the world its the same
E7 Am
Its the same!

And the world is getting flatter
And the sky is falling all around
Oh, when nothing is the matter
For I never cry in town
And a love like ours, my dear
Is best measured when its down
And I never buy umberellas
Because theres always one around

And all over the world strangers
Talk only about the weather
All over the world its the same
Its the same!

Dm G C
And you know that its the beginning
E7 Am
And you know that its the end
Dm G7 C
Once again we are strangers
B7 E7
As the fog comes rolling in

And all over the world strangers
Talk only about the weather
All over the world its the same
Its the same!

More Tom Waits songs to the guitar-picking part of the Internet communit!

--
Anders Mikkelsen Fåborggade 1,4 8000 Århus C
email: andersam@imv.aau.dk

"Never trust a man in a blue trenchcoat,
never drive a car when you're dead" -Tom Waits


 


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