The Tossers - A Night On Earth chords

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The Tossers
A Night on Earth

Intro:(One verse without guitar chords in background)Verse chords once through.

C FWell, tonight is our last night on Earth my friends,
C AmSo let's sleep with the stars as our ceiling,
C FAnd kiss me one time and please make it good,
C G CIt could be our last night until morn.
C FWell I guess I know that I'll always be,
C AmThe one and only one for me,
C FBut I hope that this once we can dance this dance,
C G CWhat's to be seen now together we'll see.
C FOh the train it rolls hard on the cold steel track,
C AmBut that's not the way that I'm goin,
C FI will step on a dove, have her fly me above,
C G CAnd freighter me back into home.
(Verse Chords Once Through as Instrumental)
C FWell tonight at the bottom of the deepest lake,
C AmThere's a pillow to bed down and slumber,
C FJust to falter our crowns, red beard blow the man down,
C G CAnd let him come down to the heather.
C FWell tonight is the last night on Earth my friends,
C AmSo let's save this together forever,
C FAnd all pause and yield, burn life through this field,
C G CTonight's stars let's just spend them together.
C F C AmOh low lie the fields of Athenry,
C GWhere once we watched the small free birds fly,
C F C GOur love was on the wing, we had dreams and songs to sing,
G CNow it's lonely round the fields of Athenry.
C F C AmOh low lie the fields of Athenry,
C GWhere once we watched the small free birds fly,
C F C GOur love was on the wing, we had dreams and songs to sing,
G CNow it's lonely round the fields of Athenry,
G C F CNow it's lonely round the fields of Athenry.
That is it, there is really no choruse to the song so it's the same chords throughout. are a few minor strumming pattern changes which you tell easily from listening to the Look forward to some feedback. Thank you all!
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