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FOOL (TFYOUTHINK IT'S OVER)

WORDS AND MUSIC BY CHRIS REA

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TENNIS

WORDS AND MUSIC BY CHRIS REA

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In the morn - ing mad

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she pours the cof-fee and she -saYS

what was wrong with you last -night?

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There's a girl from the Midwest with a pretty face,

Scratched

where it itched, they said it was a disgrace.

I don't want to go to work today,

I wanna stay at home and watch that girl play.

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3

There are people in boats in the middle of the sea,

Crying and dying like Jews, do you like tennis?

And freedom is a man with a red grenade

She ran out of gas, got beat and raped, do you like tennis?

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WORDS AND MUSIC BY CHRIS RËÁ

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-MIDNIGHTBLIIE

WORDS ,{ND MUSIC BY CHRIS REÁ

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Dressed to kill, man their lives is just one great big smile And oh I wanna be there when they dish that stuff out Cool and collected. man that's what it's all about So gimme gimme gimme

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-I CAN HEAR YOUR HEARTBEA-I

WORDS AND MUSIC BY CHR]S REA

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.WIRED

TO TT]E MOON

WORDS AND MUSIC BY CHRIS REA

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VERSE 2: Far away in the night

I saw my mother, she was looking at you

And she said to me,

My son don't you wake that littl€ girl,

Though I know you're wanting to

'Cause you're wanting to laugh

And you're wanting to play

I'll leave her in sweet

dreams

She may lose them one day

Keep her wired to the moon.

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LOVE'S STRANGE WAYS

WORDS AND MUS]C BY CHRIS REA

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you know my friend

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Just

fol - low on - be - hind-Danger-ous times_

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deep-est pur - ple haze, won-der - ful - ly new,

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strange ways. long - you fool, c a n ' t y o t l s e c th e y ' r e

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laugh-ing at you, -

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f u n - n y - h o w i t t u r n s -

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-TOUCHE D'AMOUR

WORDS AND MUSIC tsY CHRIS RËA

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room.-Of this I'm

like ne-ver be

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blow - ing my

could ne - ver have

I just don't know what this could

I w a n t th i s d a n c e t o l a s t f o r

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ACE OF HEARTS

WORDS ÀND MUSIC BY CHRIS REA

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could this be me, -

the one who

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him-self so high and free.- Caught up in the high-est game of all- and

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all my de-fenc-es tum - ble and fall,- and on - ly the ace of heaÍts - can save me now. -- 3 - J

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the ace of hearts -

can save me now. _

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pull me through

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Darling all I need is your love more and more, Only the ace of hearts can save me now.

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And I ran away from life on Steel River Luck or not, I gladly took the break, The odds were low the chances nearly zero But chance it was I had to take.

VERSE 3: They say that salmon swim in Steel River They say that it's good to see them back again, I know it hurts to see what really happened I know one salmon ain't no good to them

They were born and raised to serve their Steel Mother It was all they taught and all they ever knew, And they believed that she would keep their children Even though not a single word was true.

(46)

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Now there's a storm on my radaÍ but I can still fly

But you are the reason for the blue in my sky.

Life without meaning, I was walking away

In the coldest of winters the night becomes

day.

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(49)

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Making rules along the way,

Strange

attractions newly found

Pride and passion

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Some girls stole your heart like most girls do,

But a Stainsby

girl could break it in two.

VERSE 3: Deepest

water, Stainsby

blue

Running straight and running true,

Names and faces

fade away

Memory is here to stay.

Some girls steal your heart like most girls do

(52)

ONTHEBEACH

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Underneath that moonlit sky,

Take me back to the place that I know On the beach.

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I looked for love and found it everywhere

It was what you saw

She came to see

Because

of you, she was standing there.

VERSE 3: Books may burn and rain may fall

But what is here I know will last

Forever more

Colours change,

there are no defines

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VERSE 2:

VERSE

3(X):

You call for change,

something

better

Cutting down that big old tree.

Flesh and blood, they're in there somewhere

No matteÍ what, you just don't seem to see.

I walk your chambers,

your empty halls

I see

you talking behind

the doors,

My father say "know what you're thinking

Guess

this old town's seen

better days."

I'm sailing on, I'm running faster

Than I ever run before.

My father say "know what you're lhinking

(68)

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