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For Tomorrow  Blur



[C#min]He's a t[B]wentieth century [A]boy,[B] with [G#]his hands on the [G]rails
[F]Trying [C]not to be [D]sick agai[F]n and holding [Fmaj7]on for t[E]omorrow[G]
[C#min]London ic[B]e cracks on a s[A]eamless [B]line,
[G#min]He's hanging on for dear[Gdim5] life
F C D F Fmay7 E G
So we hold each other tightly and hold on for tomorrow
Singing [Amin7]la la l[G]a l[G]a l[D]a
[F]Holding on for t[G]omorrow
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She's a twentieth century girl, with her hands on the wheel
Trying not to make him sick again
Seeing what she can borrow
London's so nice back in your seamless rhymes,
but we're lost on the Westway
So we hold each other tightly and hold on for tomorrow
Trying not to be sick again and holding on for tomorrow
She's a twentieth centruy girl, hanging on for dear life
So we hold each other tightly and hold on for tomorrow.

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