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Amity Gardens  Fountains of Wayne

I saw a lack of this song anywhere, so I decided it was about time someone posted a
decent rendition of this little croon. Here's my interpretation, enjoy!
[Em]angel broke her [C]wing
[G]oh you poor [C]thing
the [Am]hum of the [Em]motor gave [G]way to the [D]tick tick
[Em]ticking of the [C]clock and the [G]rattle of [C]springs
the [Am]buick's in the [D]drive
its [Am]good to be [D7]alive
and if [G]you knew [D]now, what [Am]you knew [D]then
you [C]wouldn't wanna [G]go home, [C]wouldn't wanna [D]go
if [G]you knew [D]now, what [Am]you knew [D]then
you [C]wouldn't wanna [G]go to [C]amity [D]gardens a[G]gain
it isn't very much
but for now its home
a room in the shadow of a funny lookin' man
on the phone to the bank about a default loan
I thank you very much
ta ta we'll keep in touch
[D] where you, came from
and act like you tried
[Am]'cause some things are [Em]better kept
[G]deep down inside
but [Am]you're not [Em]driving you're [G]along for the ride
just [Am]checking out the [D]scene
and [Am]taking in the [D7]green

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