Date: Thu, 1 Jan 1998 10:14:48 -0500 (EST)
Song: Carry On
Band: Telegraph (formerly the Skolars)
Album: 10 Songs and More (1997)
Written by Telegraph
Transcribed by Telegraph Man (email@example.com)
Intro: groovy bass riff
B E F#
Verse and Bridge: B E B F# (repeated)
Chorus: E F# E F# (repeated)
Lyrics: (my own interpretation, NOT perfect!)
Bent shyly, hundreds of miles away
my bed is warm it waits for me.
Lost in Chicago, no money in my
pocket and the rain on my face.
And carry on they say to me.
And carry on they saaayyyyyy.
The Elroys lost my flyer 'till they
picked up the show and wouldn't you know that,
No-one can tell me, and even if they
do well I don't understand, no.
Drunk in Belmont, she laughs at something
in a doughnut shop, well I like her smile, yeah.
Coffee sounds good, but that kiss has me
changing my mind, no.
You don't know nobody, no but still they
go on and I know it's so blind.
End on a B, bass does the outro.