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C F She stayed with me until she moved to Notting Hill G7 C She said it was the place she needs to be. C F Where the cocaine is Fair Trade and frequently displayed G7 C C C C Is the Buena Vista Social Club CD. C F I thought she’d be back in three weeks, and we’d go wandering the Peaks, G7 C Sojourn in my Uncle Joe’s ashram. C F For when you’re in Matlock Bath you don’t need Sylvia Plath, C G7 Not while they’ve got Mrs. Gibson’s jam F C G7 C Alas I’m brooding alone by the runnel, while she’s in Capri with her swain. F C G7 C And the light at the end of the tunnel is the light of an on-coming train C F Well we both grew up in Eyam and strange as it may seem, G7 C Neither of us thought we’d ever leave C F But the beak in Leek is weak and she’s moved in so to speak, C G7 With featureless TV producer Steve, F C And now it’s all Eva Cassidy and aphids in Picardy F G7 And so I can only ascertain F C G7 C That the light at the end of the tunnel is the light of an on-coming train C F C G7 C F C/ G7 / C No chord No frills, handy for the hills, that’s the way you spell New Mills. F C G7 C Alas I’m brooding alone by the runnel, while she’s in Capri with her swain. F C G7 C And the light at the end of the tunnel is the light of an on-coming train G7 C G7 G7 C C Is the light of an on-coming train. Is the light of an on-coming train

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