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The Courteeners, Here Come The Young Men Chords (ver.1)

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Here Come The Young Men Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro:
D, Em, Bm, G

D
I'm in work in an hour and a half
G
and the gin is still fresh on the end of my scarf
D
How long can we keep up with this
F                     G                   D
And if we didnt is there anything that we would miss

D, Em, Bm, G

D
The sun comes up over raven south
F                      G
You're a raving, misbehaving mouth
D                                            F
I never thought that we'd like each other but lo and behold
G                        D         G
This love will last for ever, and ever, and ever

D
I'll never show my back to the painting
(cant make this out?)
Youth encompassed ready and straight in
D
She look at me like nobody else can
F           G
Eye to eye, eye to eye

D, Em, Bm, G

D                      G
Are we getting older, are we getting wiser
                  D                              Bm
Or are we getting none of the above and does it matter when
G                    D                     G
This love will last forever, and ever, and ever  and then

Bm                   F#m                         Em
And so the party's finished seratonin has diminished
                         Bm                   F#m                     Bm
The curtains become see through and there's a cadbury's flake in the corner
                       F#m                                   Em
And we'll be doing it all again, weekend in Burnage was our den
                 Bm       F#m
A bond we made together

                         D         Em         G
This love will last for ever, and ever, and ever

Outro:

D, Em, Bm, G, D
            
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