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Nice To Be Out  Stereophonics

  C-Riff               [Dadd9] [G]

[Dadd9] He asked me "so where have you been?" Let me think now let me see.
I stood once where Hitler's feet had stood when he made a speech
[G] In Nuremburg in '38 when he tried to build a perfect race,
he said "black men ain't gonna run alongside our perfect [C-RIFF] sons."

[Dadd9] There's Dallas to the library, the place they ended Kennedy.
I stood where Oswald took his shot, in my opinion there's a bigger plot.
[G] Costners back into the left, the picket fence, the
better bet. Paris came and Summer went, the tunnel's now a flower [C-RIFF] bed.

[Dadd9] The famous turf to meet Geoff Hurst, vodka stops to quench my thirst.
Golden gate stroke Alcatraz, the fat man failed to get us passed.
[G] Is Jimmy's corner in Raging Bull, De Niro's jokes and bottled pills.
Elvis tales from Mr. Wood. Would any Richard Burton if you [C-RIFF] could?

In the following two chorus the following riff is played
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Riff 2

[Dadd9] The tourists stare at tourist stops. One more picture, one more got.
Now a top up for a change, it makes you think, it makes you sane.
[G] Talking more about yourself, there's a mirror to have  a check.
Cheques are always passing through, some depart but a lot come [C-RIFF] too.

[Dadd9] The restaraunt talk of pick your teeth. You bite your tongue or chew your meat.
Sleep to drink or drink to sleep, one more week and we will meet.
[G] We talk of what we haven't done since we departed back a month.
We argue while we have to shout. All in all, it's nice to be [C-RIFF] out.



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