Art Teacher Rufus Wainwright
[Em]There I was[B] in uniform
[F]Looking at the[Em] art---- teacher.
[C]I was just a [G]girl then;
[C]Never have I love[Bb]d s[Am]inc[G]e then.
[Em]He was not that much[B] older than I was
He had [F]taken our class to the[Em] Metropolitan Museum
[C]He asked us what our [G]favorite work of art was,
But ne[C]ver could I tell him it[Bb] wa[Am]s--[G] him.
Oh, I [C]wish I could tell him --
Oh, I wish I could have t[G]old him.
[Em]I looked at the[B] Reubens and Rembrandts
[F]I liked the J[E7sus4]ohn Singer S[E7]ergeant[C]s
He told me he liked[G] Turner
N[C]ever have I turned [Bb]sin[Am]ce [G]then
No, [C]never have I turned to[G] any other man.
(French horn solo, following verse structure)
[Em]All this having been[Am7] said,
[B7]I married an [C]executive[B] com[Bb]pany[Am] head.
C A Cm G*
All this having been done, a Tur---ner------------ I- own one.
[Em]Here I am in this[B] uniform, this pantsuit sort of thing[F],
Thinking of the [E7sus4]art--- [E7]teacher[C].
I was just a [G]girl then;
N[C]ever have I loved [Bb]sin[Am]ce [G]then.
No, [C]never have I loved[G] any other man.