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Tonight At Noon Chords (ver.1)

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Tonight At Noon Chords (ver.1)

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                15th September 2000, 3.09pm
Shaun Hand, Birmingham

TONIGHT AT NOON
(Paul Weller)


Chords used:

A:  577655    E:   022100    F#:    244322
G:  355433    B:   x2444x    Asus4: 5x7755
C:  x3555x    B7:  x24242
D:  x5777x    C#:  x4666x
F:  133211    C#7: x46464
 
 n.c. (G)
'Eggs, eggs, eggs,
 Poached, boiled or fried,
 They're good for y'all
 (fart noise)
 Oh shut-up!'

A G (x4)

A G (x2)
(bass and drums enter)

  A        G        A        G
Tonight at noon, 
  A        G        A        G
Tonight at noon,

        C           D        G
When me meet in the midnight hour,
C      D               G                            F
I will bring you night flowers (coloured) like your eyes.

A G (x2)

A          G         A         G
Tonight at noon,
     A          G           A           G
I'll touch your hand,
C          D              G
Held for a moment amongst strangers,
C           D        G              F
Amongst the dripping trees, country girl.

           D               G
Walking in city squares in winter rain,
A            E              B               B7
Walking down muddy lanes or empty streets,
C#          C#7               F#
Arranging a time and place to meet.

A G (x2)

A          G           A            G
Tonight at noon,
A              G                A            G
You'll feel my warmth
C              D      G
You'll feel my body inside you,
C           D          G               F
We'll lie together for hours, time and tears.

               D                 G
Won't wait for evermore, for the time is now.
A       E              B         B7
And now is the time to explore,
C#            C#7                       F#
Why waste the world outside when you're sure?


A Asus4 A Asus4

A G (x2)

A          G           A          G
Tonight at noon                             (x9 whilst fade)

  A
Tonight at noon  (this last one is bearly audible but is the end of the song which maybe
                  wasn't supposed to have been heard?)
            
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