Symmetry by Mew
Capo on 1st
[Gmaj7]I?m caught in the symmetry of your mind[Dmaj7].
[Gmaj7]But I?m not happier than you[Dmaj7].
[D]Did I really [Esus]see y[E]ou [Gmaj7]or was it a [D]dream?
[D]Dreaming that it was [Esus]seaml[E]ess, [Gmaj]not a trace of [D]wrong.
[D]Wrong words that we have [Esus]spoke[E]n.
[Gmaj7]Little did we [D]know. No bigotry, No [Esus]tears [E]shed.
on[D]ly you?d try to be po[Bm]lite
thinking you were ri[A]ght
only to fi[G]nd that yo[A]u?re unk[D]ind.
But ironica[Bm]lly you will always b[A]e belle of the b[G]all
at l[A]east to m[Gmaj7]e.
[Gmaj7]I?m caught in the symmetry of your mind.[Dmaj7]
[Gmaj7]But I?m not happier than you.[Dmaj7]
[D]But my words are f[Esus]rail n[E]ot a[Gmaj7]udible
they d[D]o not even con[Esus]vince [E]me
[Gmaj7]perhaps they are un[D]true.
[D]Truly with you the [Esus]worst i[E]s a[Gmaj7]lways true.
I g[D]ave you all the [Esus]benef[E]its of [Gmaj7]all the doubts
I [D]had never hoped to [Bm]be as benign as [A]me.
Funny how [G]you a[A]lways get [D]through
but ironically[Bm] you will always [A]be belle of the [G]ball
at le[A]ast to m[D]e.
D Bm A G A x2
Ends with D