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In The Aeroplane Over The Sea  Neutral Milk Hotel

[G]What a beautiful [Em]face I have found in this [C]place
That is circling [D]all round the sun,
[G]What a beautiful dr[Em]eam that could flash on the sc[C]reen in a blink of an [D]eye and be gone
from [G]me soft and [Em]sweet Let me[C] hold it close and [D]keep it here with[G] me.
[G]And one day we will [Em]die and our ashes [C]will fly from the aeroplane [D]over the sea,
[G]But for now we are [Em]young let us lay in the [C]sun,
And count every [D]beautiful thing we can [G]see,
Love to [Em]be in the [C]arms of all I�m [D]keeping here with [G]me.
[G]What a curious l[Em]ife we have found here to[C]night,
There is music that [D]sounds from the street,
[G]There are lights in the c[E]louds,
Anna�s ghost all ar[C]ound, Hear her voice as it[D]5533;s rolling and ringin[G]g thru me,
Soft and s[Em]weet!
How the no[C]tes all bend and r[D]each above the t[G]rees.
[Em]Now how I remember [C]you,
How I would push my fingers [G]through your mouth to make those muscles [D]move
That made your voice so smooth and [Em]sweet,
And now we keep where we don�t k[C]now
All secrets sleep in winter c[G]lothes
With one you loved so long [D]ago now he don�t even know his [E]name.
[G]What a beautiful [Em]face I have found in this [C]place that is circling [D]all round the sun
[G]When we meet on a [E]cloud I�ll be laughing out [C]loud,
I�ll be laughing with [D]everyone I [G]see,
Can' b[E]elieve how str[C]ange it is to be a[D]nything at al[G]l.
This my first try at tabbing so some things may not be correct.
Email me for quesions/comments.

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kithera (report)

Isn't the E in the first line an Em?