Two Margarines – John Shuttleworth D / / /| Em7 / / /|D / / /| Em7 / / /| G / / / |G / / /|A / / / |A / / /| D F#m G A Two margarines on the go, it’s a nightmare scenario.

D F#m G A Two margarines in my life, two margarines to butter my knife. F#m G F#m G Two margarines, but which one should I use to butter my scone, Em A It’s a dilemma second to none. D F#m G A Two margarines on the go, it’s a nightmare scenario. D F#m G A Two margarines in my life, doesn’t seem to bother my wife. F#m G F#m G She’s the one who ignored the first and opened the second which began the curse. Em A Of the two margarines, is there anything worse? D / / /| Em7 / / /|D / / /| Em7 / / /| G / / / |G / / /|A / / / |A / / /| Possibly, but I can’t think of it at the moment…. (spoken) D F#m G A Two margarines on the go, it’s a nightmare scenario. D F#m G A Two margarines in my fridge, it’s enough to end a happy marriage, F#m G F#m G Two margarines, how I long for the day when there’s only one F#m G My wife says, “You’re a lunatic John” Em A D Em D Em But two margarines, oh it’s like a bad dream

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