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HAVE ONE ON ME CHORDS USED: Gmaj7: 3x0032 Bm: x24432 A/F#m: x04220 F#m: 244222 C#m7: x46454 A: x02220 Dmaj7: xx0222 F#/D: 200232 Em: 022000 D7: xx0212 Daug7: xx312 D: xx0232 C: x32010 Bb: x13331 F: 133211 Am: x02210 B7: x21202 Gmaj7 /A From the courtyard, I floated in Bm and watched it go down. A/F#m Heard the cup drop; thought, "Well, F#m that's why they keep them around." C#m7 /B The blackguard sat hard, down, A with no head on him now, Dmaj7 and I felt so bad, Gmaj7 cause I didn't know how F#/D Em to feel bad enough D (Dmaj7, D7, Daug7) to make him proud. Gmaj7 By the time you read this, Bm I will be so far away. A/F#m Daddy longlegs, how in the world F#m am I to be expected to stay? C#m7 In the night— B A in the night, you may hear me call Dmaj7 Pa, stay your hand Gmaj7 and steel your resolve. F#/D Em Stay where you are, D so long and tall. D7 / Daug7 D C Here's Lola--ta da!--to do Bb F her famous Spider Dance for you! G A Lighten up your pockets! F Eb Shake her skirts and scatter, there, Bb Gm a shrieking, six-legged millionaire C with a blight in his sockets. D Miss Montez, C Bb the Countess of Lansfeld, F G A appealed to the King of Bavaria, F saying, "Pretty papa, Eb if you are my friend— Bb Gm mister daddy longlegs, they are at it again!— C Can I see ya?" D C Poor Lola! A tarantula mounting Bb Countess Lansfeld's F G handsome brassiere, A while they all cheer. F Eb And the old king fell from grace, Bb while Lola fled, Gm C To save face and her career Am Em B7 C You caught a fly, floating by, D F Wait for him to drown in the dust; E7 C drown in the dust of other flies, Am Em whereby the machine is run, B7 C and the deed is done. D F Heaven has no word E7 for the way you and your friends C D have treated poor Louis. C Bb F D A (D, A) May god save your poor soul, Lo-la! G F Eb Bb (But there is nothing I adore, Cm G F C apart from that whore's black heart.) D C Well, doesn't that just beat all! Miss Gilbert, Bb F called to Castlemaine G A by the silver dollar and the gold glitter! F Well, I've seen lots, Eb Bb but never, in a million years, Gm C would think to see you, here. D Though the long road C begins and ends with you, Bb F I cannot seem to make amends G A with you, Louis. F When we go out, Eb Bb Gm they're bound to see you with me. [ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/j/joanna-newsom/218378.html ] D C At night, I walk in the park, with a whip, Bb between the lines F of the whispering Jesuits, G A who are poisoning you against me. F There's a big black spider Eb hanging over my door. Bb Gm Can't go anywhere, anymore. C Tell me, are you with me? D C I called to you, several times, Bb while the change took place F G and then arrived, all night, A and I died. F But all these songs, Eb Bb when you and I are long gone, Gm will carry on. C Mud in your eye. Am Em You asked my hand, B7 C hired a band. D F "In your heart is all that you need; E C ask and you will receive," it is said. B/C Am I threw my bouquet, Em and I knocked 'em dead. B7 C Bottle of white, bottle of red. D F Helpless as a child, E when you held me in your arms, C and I knew that no other B/C Am could ever love me as you loved. Em Love me as you loved, B7 C But help me! I'm leaving! D F I remember everything, E C down to the sound of you shaving-- the scrape of your razor, B/C Am the dully-abrading black hair Em that remained B7 C when you clutched at me, D F that night I came upstairs, half-dead, E and, in your kindness, C you put me straightaway in the cupboard, B/C Am with a bottle of champagne, Em and then, later, on a train. B7 C It was dark out, I was half-dead. D F I saw a star fall into the sky, E like a chunk of thrown coal, C as if god himself spat B/C like a cornered rat. Am Em I really want you to do this for me, B7 C will you have one on me? D F It was dark; I was drunk and half-dead, E and we slept, knocking heads, C sitting up in the star-smoking air, B/C Am knocking heads like buoys. Em Don't you worry for me! B7 C Will you have one on me! D F Meanwhile, I will raise my own glass E to how you made me fast C and expendable, B/C Am and I will drink to your excellent health, Em and your cruelty. B7 C Will you have one on me? D F --helpless as a child, E when you held me in your arms, C and I knew that no other B D A B could ever love me-- Oooh oooh ooh part : (B, D, A, B) Gmaj7 A From the courtyard, I floated in Bm and watched it go down. A/F#m Heard the cup drop; thought, "Well, F#m that's why they keep them around." C#m7 B The blackguard sat hard, down, A with no head on him now, Dmaj7 and I felt so bad, Gmaj7 cause I didn't know how F#/D Em to feel bad enough D to make him proud. D7 D Well daddy longlegs, are you? D7 D Daddy longlegs, are you? D7 Gmaj7 Daddy longlegs, are you proud? F#/D, Em D
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