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Tori Amos, Welcome To England Chords (ver.1)

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Welcome To England Chords (ver.1)

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                Tori Amos - Welcome To England
Abnormally Attracted To Sin (2009)


Gm
"Do a dance for me."
F	 		C
Baby it is late still you pour me
Gm
a tall one...
F	 C		 Eb 
"Go on, let the liquid take off what you're on.

F	 Gm
You've been down before..."

F
Boy, not like this.

F	Eb
I'm in Quicksand I am sinking fast

Gm 		Bb		 F
"perfect," he laughed, "cause your other half has

Eb	 CMj6		 D	 Eb		 Gm
got himself a Devil's access-- Welcome to England,"

Bb	 F	 Eb	 Gm	 Bb	 F	 Gm	 Bb	 F
he said, "Welcome to my world. You better bring your own sun

Eb	 Bbsus	 Bb	 F	 Eb
sweet girl. You gotta bring your own sun now don't you forget –

BbSus	 Bb	 F 	Eb	 CMj6	 Eb  F  Gm  Bb  F  Eb
you bring your own sun, just enough for everyone." 


Gm F
Heels on. Go on.

C
Bang a Tango but do not get tangled

Gm 	Bb	 F	 C
Who can stay strong? when they only give us lies to lean on

Eb	 F 	Gm 
When your heart explodes is it deathly cold?

Eb	 F	 Eb
You must let the colors violate the

Gm
Blackness

Bb 	F	 Eb
There is a magic world parallel

CMj6	 D
so leave your daily
Eb	 Gm
hell-- "Welcome to England,"

Bb	 F	 Eb	 Gm 	Bb	 F 
he said, "Welcome to my world..."

Bbsus	 Bb	 F
It's not a question if I can

Bbsus	 Bb	 F
Fight by your side and withstand

Bbsus
Anything but,

D	 Gm	 C	 Eb 
I forgot that you said, "Girl if you come...

Gm	 Bb	 F	
you better bring your sun.

Bbsus	 Bb	 F
Sweet girl, you gotta bring your sun

Bbsus 	Bb 	F	
Now don't you forget you bring your sun—

CMj6	 Bb
Just enough for

Gm	 Bb	 	F
everyone

Gm 	Bb	 F
for everyone

Gm	Bb	 F
"Welcome to England"

Gm Cm
welcome to england
            
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