Intro: | Em | D | G | D | Em | D | G | D | Em D G I had this dream where I relished the fray D Em D C D and the screaming filled my head all day. Em D G It was as though I'd been spit here, settled in, D Em D C into the pocket of a lighthouse on some rocky socket, D Em D off the coast of France, dear. G D Em D One afternoon, four thousand men died in the water here C D Em D G D Em D C D and five hundred more were thrashing madly as parasites might in your blood. Em D G Now I was in a lifeboat designed for ten and ten only, D Em D anything that systematic would get you hated. C D Em D G D It's not a deal nor a test nor a love of something fated. Duh. Em D G The selection was quick, the crew was picked, in order, D Em D C D Em and those left in the water got kicked off our pant leg and we headed for home. Guitar Solo: | Em | G | C | D | (2 times) Em D G Then the dream ends when the phone rings, your doing alright D Em D C D he said it's out there most days and nights, but only a fool would complain. Em D G D Anyway Susan, if you like, our conversation Em D C D is as faint as a sound in my memory, Em D C D as those fingernails scratching on my hull. Guitar Solo: | Em | D | C | D | | Em | G | C | D | (repeat until end)
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