Made A Quite Impressive Noise Manchester Orchestra
You m[C]ade a q[C/B]uite impr[Am]essiv[G]e no[Em]ise
when I [F]slammed the door to your bu[G]ilding,
[C]followed [C/B]by a g[Am]old ha[G]ired bo[Em]y,
running [F]naked down the street. [G]
And I [C]think [C/B]he mi[Am]ght ha[G]ve see[Em]n me,
as I sto[F]od and watched in [G]horror,
the pav[C]ement [C/B]gave a f[Am]ace l[G]ift in[Em]stantly,
and the [F]car drove off in ve[G]in.
And I s[F]till don't know who to b[G]lame,
'cause there's b[Am]rain bits [G]on my tie,[F]
I s[F]wear I didn't know it t[G]hen,
But I ca[Am]ught you [G]in a [F]lie,
F (hold) Fm (hold)
and somebodies gonna have to pay for your sins.
And the rain began to pour and drown me,
as I tried to talk him back,
no Jesus or police man could save the day,
I'm pretty positive about that.
And when you came and saw him laying on the ground,
your head fell pretty hard into your hands.
And the only thing I really wish I'd really said was;
I've got this brilliant plan.
But the truth's I still don't know who to blame,
'cause there's blood all over my tie.
I tried to make you run that fast,
but sweetie i, caught you in another lie,
and now you're gonna have to pay for your sins.