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Thompson Richard – The World Is A Wonderful Place
From: phillip@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Phillip Charles Saunders)
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 1994 00:52:04 EST
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Subject: t/thompson.richard/The.World.Is.A.Wonderful.Place.crd

The World is a Wonderful Place
Richard Thompson

I strongly suspect this is played with a capo on the second fret,
Which leads to some weird chordms.
By  Corrections orments welcomed.

Fm F#m Fm F#m

Fm           F#m
Lovers pair off and they fall into bed
F#m            B          C#m     C#m/B
The same old lies trip off the tongue
G#m         A           D        Bm
A few lonely hearts stand and prop up the room
   G       C
The night is young

Envy theies asleep on the floor
Dreaming sometable drbr />And envy the drunk as he falls through ther
For the world is drunk I see

You live and you die
There's no reason why
A          G#m      C#m
The world is a wonderful place
The poor live in pain
They're sick and insane
A       G#m       C#m
Ah, the world is a wonderful place

B         C#m
Hows it feel to be nothing
B         A
Hows it feel to be small
C#m          G#m
Oh hard on that pine, It's the end of the line
  F#m           B      C#m
Ah, the world is a wonderful place

Another year older and nothing to show
Is this what I grew up to br />Oh you birthday here's a pat on the back
YouUre a sight to see

Am I just a clown like thels gathered here
Am I nothing special at all
If this is called living, IUmding my hand
IUm sick of the same brick wall



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