Will You tab with lyrics by Oconnor Hazel - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Oconnor Hazel – Will You tab

Intro:
Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm | (arpeggio)

Dm             F
You drink your coffee,
     Bb        C
While I sip my tea,
         Dm             F
And we're sitting here, playing so cool,
         Bb                      A
Thinking, 'What will be, will be.'
F                        C
And it's getting kind of late now,
Dm                     A
Oh, I wonder if you'll stay now,
A
Stay now, stay now, stay now,
   Dm       F       G              Dm      A
Or will you just politely say 'Goodnight'?


Dm              F
I move a little closer to you,
Bb          C
Not knowing quite what to do and I'm
Dm          F
Feeling all fingers and thumbs,
           Bb            A
I spill my tea, oh silly me,
F                        C
But it's getting kind of late now,
Dm                     A
Oh, I wonder if you'll stay now,
A
Stay now, stay now, stay now,
   Dm       F       G              Dm       A
Or will you just politely say 'Goodnight'?

            F               C
And then we touch, much too much,
     Dm                            A
This moment has been waiting for a long, long time,
            F
It makes me shiver,
         C
Makes me quiver,
     Dm
This moment I am so unsure,
     C
This moment I have waited for,
           Bb
Well is it something you've been waiting for,
            A
Waiting for too?

Dm
Take off your eyes,
F
Bare your soul,
Bb                   C
Gather me to you and make me whole,
Dm
Tell me your secrets,
F
Sing me the song,
Bb                   A
Sing it to me in the silent dawn.
F                        C
But it's getting kind of late now,
Dm                     A
Oh, I wonder if you'll stay now,
A
Stay now, stay now, stay now,
   Dm       F       G              Dm
Or will you just politely say 'Goodnight'?

Dm | A | Dm | F | G | Dm | A | Dm 

the instrumental sort of dies and then there's this flam drum break thing and
it all sets off with a thoroughly sexy alto sax solo (played by Wesley
McGoogan) which follows the verse/chorus pattern above. Probably.
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