Milow - Herald Of Free Enterprise chords

      
AmThis is the legend of eight sisters, Herald was the famous one
Fmaj7 C EIt happened twenty years ago although the sea was calm
AmIt was 1987 and winter nearly gone
Fmaj7 C EOn that Friday running late with rolling off and rolling on
AmTrucks and cars were sleeping door by door and side by side
Fmaj7Someone had to close the back door
C EThat day it must have slipped his mind
AmHe was fast asleep in his cabin, tired from cleaning out the hall
Fmaj7 C EWhile passengers were eating, indulging duty-free-for-all
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G AmHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CIn just ninety seconds, right down to the wire
AmSailing with the doors wide open so the waves kept pouring in
Fmaj7 C EAs they passed the Outer Mole the disaster could begin
AmA hundred yards from the shore right outside a Belgian port
Fmaj7 C EThe lights went out the ship turned around and fell to starboard
AmThen nothing but silence, silence and the cold
Fmaj7 C EHerald and her sisters never fit the mold
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G AmHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CIn just ninety seconds, right down to the wire
AmTwo months later she was refloated a final one-way trip exchange
Fmaj7 C E Pensioned off into the Thirld World where they named her Flushing Range
AmBut in ’88 she broke in two, probably because of guilt
Fmaj7Pride and Spirit changed their names
C EThey were all doomed since they were built
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G AmHerald of Free Enterprise
Fmaj7 G CIn just ninety seconds, right down to the wire
AmThis is the legend of eight sisters, Herald was the famous one
Fmaj7 C EIt happened twenty years ago although the sea was calm
AmI was just a boy then, holding daddy’s hands
Fmaj7 C EWatching on tv how Herald’s time came to an end
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