Slow Change Hello Venray
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 12:15:51 +0100 (MET) SLOW CHANGE - HALLO VENRAY (not hEllo venray Written by Henk Koorn This song comes from the album with the hilarious title: THE MORE I LAUGH, THE HORNIER DUE GETS, and also appeared on the "twee meter sessie"-cd (acoustic) Transcribed by Reinier Vergunst Written down by Patrick Meirmans This song is too simple to be true: For the verse, just play: Em, D, C, D, And at the line with the *, play C, C, then play the normal part again. And the chorus is: G, D, C, D, I've been to this bar where I met a girl she told me life was hard livin' in this world next day I went to an old friend of mine he told me his job payed good *but he was lookin' for better times lookin' for better times Last night I watched tv in my room I was so tired I didn't care what channel I tuned I saw colours no grey or black and white it's good to have nothing on your mind and *you know what I mean you know what I mean There must be some kind of a slow change getting hold of me I can see the colours don't seem the same as they used to be there must be some kind of a slow change getting hold of me some kind of a slow change getting hold of me I got a letter from a girl she said she loved me so I didn't answer 'cause I had a girl of my own I got your name and number in my mind you'll never know when you'll be *lookin' for better times lookin' for better times Then repeat the chorus, Next there is a solo, but we didn't write it down (Hey, we're no geniusses, so if you want to play it, just fool around in E, that's what they do on the record.....) Repeat the chorus again. All together this is a really nice song to play, but if you don't sing with it it's rather boring (I know: the doctor doesn't allow me to sing, because I don't seem to do it right). It doesn't matter if you sing out of tune, that's what he does.... (You should listen to Henk Koorn when he's singing 'Eugene' during a gig) When you think there are too many mistakes in this #$*@; don't bother to mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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