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Sleeper - Inbetweener Tabs

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Inbetweener Tabs

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Sleeper
Inbetweener by Sleeper

This is in my opinion, the best song on the album; and it 
deserved the top twenty position that it got in the UK charts.
Any additions, comments or corrections to: 

Chords Used:

F  :132211
F7 :131211
A# :687766
C  :8(10)9988
G# :465544
G  :354433

Intro: F F7 F F7 F F7

F
She`s shopping for kicks, got the weekend to get through

Keeping the rain off her Saturday hairdo
    A#
She stops for a coffee she smiles at the waiter

He winks at his friends and they laugh at her later

F
He`s cleaning his car on a pebbledash driveway

New chamois leather he got for his birthday
   A#
He reads Harold Robbins he flirts with his neighbour

Ingores her at  breakfast he`s reading the paper

   G#                                 G
He dreams of a roller she dreams of a fast getaway


Chorus:
           C
He`s not a prince he`s not a king
            A#
She`s not a work of art or anything
            C
It makes no sense another year
             A#
What kind of A to Z would get you here
             C                      F
He`s nothing special, she`s not too smart
           C                    F
He studies fashion, she studies art
            C                       F
I thought I told you right from the start
         A#
You were just my imbetween

Just my Inbetween

You`re such an inbetweener


F
She went to the dream boys got tickets from Keith Prowse

She cancelled his lifelong subscription to Penthouse
    A#
She goes round the corner she sees Harry Conway

She says to herself that she`ll leave him on Monday

    G#                                 G
He dreams of a roller she dreams of a fast getaway


Chorus x2

A#
Now it`s much to late to ask me where I`ve been

You were just my inbetweener
            
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