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Welcome to the working week, Elvis costello

From: phillip@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Phillip Charles Saunders) WELCOME TO THE WORKING WEEK Elvis Costello E G#m7 Now that your picture's in the paper bein' rythmic'lly admired C#m7 F# And you can have anyone that you have ever desired, A B All you gotta tell me now is why, why, why why. A C#m Welcome to the working week. A Oh, I know it don't thrill you. E I hope it don't kill you. A C#m F# Welcome to the working week. A B You gotta do it till you're through it so you better get to it. E G#m All of your fam'ly had to kill to survive, C#m F# And they're still waitin' for their big day to arrive. A B But if they knew how I felt, they'd bury me alive. A C#m Welcome to the working week. A Oh, I know it don't thrill you. E I hope it don't kill you. A C#m F# Welcome to the working week. A B You gotta do it till you're through it so you better get to it. G#m C#m I hear you sayin', "Hey, the city's all right," F#m G#m A B When you only read about it in books. G#m C#m Spend all your money gettin' so convinced A B That you never even bother to look E G#m C#m Sometimes I wonder if we're livin' in the same land. F# Why d'you wanna be my friend A B When I feel like a juggler runnin' outta hands? A C#m Welcome to the working week, A E Oh ah, welcome to the working week. From: jstaton@math.lsa.umich.edu (Joseph L Staton) The first verse hit the chords once each and let's them ring-- the first chorus and after the chords are struck once on the first downbeat followed by two half beats (a "one and two" syncopated count if you wasted years as a high-school band-nazi) Welcome to the Working Week- Elvis Costello Verse: (tacit until picture) E G#m Now that your pictureÕs in the paper bein' publicly admired C#m You can have anyone F# That you have ever desired A B All you gotta do is tell me why, why, why, why... Chorus A E Welcome to the workin' week A Oh, I know it donÕt thrill you E I hope it don't kill you A F# Welcome to the workin' week A You gotta do it 'til you do it B So you'd better get to it Verse 2: Not like your family had to kill to survive They're still waitin' for their Big day to arrive If they knew how I felt They'd bury me alive Chorus Bridge G# C#m I hear you sayin' that the cityÕs all right F#m G#m A B But you've only read about it in books G# C#m Spent all your money gettin' so convinced A B That you never even bothered to learn Verse 3: Not like we're even livin' in the same land Why you want to be my friend When I'm actin' like a juggler Runnin' outta hands A E Welcome to the workin' week A E Well now, welcome to the workin' week -- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Joe Staton jstaton@umich.edu Department of Biology Joe.Staton@um.cc.umich.edu University of Michigan --------------------------------------------------------------------------


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