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Costello Elvis, Fish N Chip Paper Tabs (ver.1)

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Fish N Chip Paper Tabs (ver.1)

Costello Elvis Tabs
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Fish 'n' Chip Paper
Words & Music by: Elvis Costello



E
When Sunday morning dandruff turns out to be confetti
                                                                     D
And the cost of living in sin would make a poor man out of Paul Getty
E
The girl in your dreams would have you up on an under age charge
                                                D   E
And the man of the moment is the lifer at large

Chorus:
A                                F#m
If you've got something to hide, if you've got something to sell
D                              E
If you've got somebody's pride she might kiss and tell
A                 F#                  G          E
Or wind up with a fight fan in the Hammersmith Hotel
           C                      A
You better speak up now if you want your piece
           D
You better speak up now
         G
It won't mean a thing later
F                     G                      C
Yesterday's news is tomorrow's fish and chip paper

E
Your girl says she's leaving and this time she really means it
You can just look at the pictures, you don't actually have to read it
D                         
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
E
There's a man in the launderette and he's looking through your
underwear
for clues                                                  D
And the milkman is working through the News of the Screws
E
He says...
(chorus)


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