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This Is Tomorrow  Bryan Ferry

This is Tomorrow - Bryan Ferry from the album - In Your Mind
Key = Bbm
Verse 1
[Ab] Here in the [Db]hush of evenin' on a night in June[Ab]
Over-hearin' c[Db]onversations, bayin' at the moon[Ab]
And suddenly a [F7]voice I'm hearin's sweet to my ear[Gb]
[Eb] This is to[Db]morrow callin' [Eb9] wishin' [Ab11]you [Ab13]were here[Db]
Verse 2
[Ab] Layin' in my [Db]motel bedroom, feelin' ceiling blues[Ab]
Wall to wall a [Db]TV's twitchin, clearly not a muse[Ab]
Then suddenly thru the in[F7]terference beams a thousand tunes[Gb]
[Eb] This is to[Db]morrow callin' [Eb9] what have[Ab11] I [Ab13]to lose
Db, Db, Bb, G, Eb, Ab F, Db, Db, Bb, G, Eb, Ab F
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Verse 3
[Ab] Truckin' by the [Db]railway station, I'm on the road again[Ab]
Steerin' clear of [Db]all temptation, unto the point of pain[Ab]
When staemin' thru on [F7]cue I hear that wail-in whistle blow[Gb]
[Eb] If this is [Db]tomorrow callin' [Eb9] [Ab11] [Ab13] [Eb7]Oh what a [Ab7]way to go[Db]
(Haven't figured this bit out yet, but the chords are as per the verse)
Verse 4
[Ab] Day to day you [Db]live old fashioned, high toned fancy [Ab]free
A double take an [Db]image splittin, tailored to a T.[Ab]
While histor[F7]y is telling you, the same old [Gb]thing
[Eb] This is to[Db]morrow callin' [Eb7]lets stick a [Ab7]new oar in[Db]
[Bbm] This is to[Db]morrow callin' ([Eb7]y'all 'n') [Ab7]come on in[Db]

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