Waiting for the end of the world, Elvis costello
Received: from Princeton.EDU (Princeton.EDU [220.127.116.11]) by post-office.nevada.edu (8.6.4/8.6.4) with SMTP id TAA16322 for <email@example.com> Sat, 26 Mar 1994 19:36:16 -0800 Received: from ponyexpress.Princeton.EDU by Princeton.EDU (5.65b/2.108/princeton) id AA15979; Sat, 26 Mar 94 22:33:46 -0500 Received: from flagstaff.Princeton.EDU by ponyexpress.princeton.edu (5.65c/1.113/newPE) id AA18230; Sat, 26 Mar 1994 22:33:45 -0500 Received: by flagstaff.Princeton.EDU (4.1/Phoenix_Cluster_Client) id AA14124; Sat, 26 Mar 94 22:33:44 EST Message-Id: <9403270333.AA14124@flagstaff.Princeton.EDU> From: phillip@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Phillip Charles Saunders) Date: Sat, 26 Mar 1994 22:33:44 EST X-Mailer: Mail User's Shell (7.2.2 3/2/90) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: c/costello.elvis/Waiting.For.The.End.Of.The.World.crd WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD Elvis Costello |G CF|G CF|G CF|G CF| G C F G C The man from the television crawled into the train. F G C F G CF I wonder who he's gonna stick it in this time. C Bb F C Bb Ev'ryone was looking for a little entertainment, F G C F G C So they'll prob'bly pull his hands off when they find out his name. F D F C And then they shut down the power all along the line, D F C And we got stuck in the tunnel where no lights shine. D F C They got to touching all the girls who were too scared to call out. D Nobody was saying anything at all. G C F G CF We were waiting for the end of the world. G C F G CF Waiting for the end of the world, G C F G Waiting for the end of the world. Em G Dear Lord, I sincerely hope you're comin', 'Cause you really started something. |G CF|G CF|G CF|G CF| G C F G C F Things got back to normal as the train began to roll again. G C F G C F|G CF|G CF| We got to the station about twenty minutes later. C Bb F C Bb F The legendary hitchhiker says he knows where it's at. G C F G C Now he'd like to go to Spain, or somewhere like that, F D F C With his two-tone Bible and his funny cigarettes, D His sun tan lotion and his castenets. G C F G CF He was waiting for the end of the world, G C F G CF Waiting for the end of the world, G C F G Waiting for the end of the world. Em G Dear Lord, I sincerely hope you're comin', 'Cause you really started something. |G CF|G CF|G CF|G C F G C F G And then the bride, the groom, the congregation and the priest C F G All got onto the train when we were three stations east, yeah. |G CF|G CF|G CF|G CF| C Bb F C Bb Hiding from a scandal in the national press, F G C F G C F They had been trying to get married since they stole the wedding dress. D F C You may see them drowning as you stroll along the beach. D But don't throw out the lifeline till they're clean out of reach. G C F G CF Waiting for the end of the world. G C F G CF Waiting for the end of the world. (repeat) -- Roy M. Randall, FG | I am not responsible for the above... Inconsequential Systems, Inc. | SOCIETY IS TO BLAME! email@example.com |
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