London's Brilliant Parade Revised by Craig Edwards firstname.lastname@example.org (an edit of tabs by Damon S Linker)
Verse: A, C#m, D, A, C, A, D, F#maj, Bm, E, A, C#m, D, A, C, G, A, D, F#maj, Bm Chorus: F, Am, Dm, D7, Gm, C, Bb, F Bridge: Am, D, Am, D, G, Bm, Em, G, Bm, Em :| playtwice Gm flat5, GM, Eb, Em flat 5 Tabs for end of Bridge E A D G B E X X X 3 2 3 Gm flat5 X X X 3 3 3 Gm X X X 3 4 3 Eb X X X 3 5 3 Em flat 5
VERSE A, C#m, D, A, C, A, D, F#maj, Bm, E, A, C#m, D, A, C, G, A, D, F#maj, Bm
Outside my window Not long before sleep arrives They come with their sirens And they sweep away all the boys Busy draining the joy from their lives They never said their prayers out loud And while I'm dreaming There's a passing motor car That broadcasts a popular song And a girl appears to be saying "Do you think that I'm going to go far?"
CHORUS: F, Am, Dm, D7, Gm, C, Bb, F
Just look at me I'm having the time of my life Or something quite like it When I'm walking out and about In London's brilliant parade
BRIDGE Am, D, Am, D, G, Bm, Em, G, Bm, Em :| play twice Gm flat5, GM, Eb, Em flat 5 (Tabbed at the top)
she's one of those girls that you just can't place You feel guilty desiring such an innocent face But of course they knew that when they cast her Along with the red Routemaster And the film takes place in an MGB And a perfect re-creation of "The Speakeasy" Everybody looks happy and twisted Though she probably never existed For old times' sake