"Austin Song" by 100 Portraits From "Five Wise Virgins" Words and music by Ben and Robin Pasley Copyright © 1997 Blue Renaissance Music http://100portraits.com http://awakeningrecords.com Transcribed by T-rev http://www.t-rev.net 022100 E 320033 G x00232 D x00230 D2 2x0033 /F# x30033 C2 x20033 /B x00233 D4 x35500 Cmaj7 x24400 B4 INTRO: |E . . . |E . . . |E . . . |G . . . |D . D2 . |D . G /F#| E G D(2) conversation pouring over my lips C2 G /F# black coffee drip drip E G D(2) i've been quoting someone you've never read C2 /B am i over your head C2 D(4) i would feel better if i understood me C2 D(4) what did i say oh i can't remember CHORUS: E D2 G /F# all that we've (he/she) said falls with a clatter E D2 Cmaj7 B4 by the black silhouette of the dark twisted chatter E D2 G /F# of poets and cynics girl taking orders E D2 Cmaj7 D2 who never can find her pen (looks a lot like my sister/ has a strange tatoo on the back of her neck) contemplation swirling around my head lock ticking tick tick you tell me what nietzsche said as he rolled out of bed god must be dead if pain was the problem what was the answer pray for a rescue or swear at the heavens inspiration moves her onto the stage microphone check check she reads her thoughts from a ragged red book turning blue in the face i glance at the book i stare at the binding i'm lost in the thread that is slowly unwinding Transcribed 8/13/2000 by T-rev More tab available at http://www.t-rev.net
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