1 THE 59 TH STREET BRIDE SON (FEELIN ROOVY) SIMON AND ARFUNKEL /11/16 BPM INTRO:,, D,, X3,, D, D7, D Slow down, you move too fast D You got to make the morning last D Just kicking down the cobble stones D Looking for fun and feeling groovy,, D,, D Ba da da da da da da, feelin groovy,, D,, Hello lamp post, what you knowing I ve come to watch your flowers growing Ain t you got no rhymes for me Doot in doo-doo, feelin groovy,, D,, D Ba da da da da da da, feelin groovy,, D,, D I got no deeds to do, no promises to keep D I m dappled and drowsy and ready to sleep D Let the morning time drop all its petals on me D D Life, I love you, all is groov y D Ba da da da da da da, feelin groovy REPEAT AND FADE
2 122 A BEAUTIFUL NOISE NEIL DIAMOND 30/11/16 INTRO: D D D D/ D A What a beautiful noise, comin' up from the street A A7 D ot a beautiful sound, it's got a beautiful beat. D D A It's a beautiful noise, goin' on everywhere A A7 D Like the clickety-clack of a train on a track, it's got a rhythm to spare D7 It's a beautiful noise and it's a sound that I love F /// And it fits me as well,as a hand in a glove (tacit) / // (tacit) / / F/ / / Yes it does yes it does (tacit) What a beautiful noise, comin' up from the park 7 It's the song of the kids, and it plays until dark It's the song of the cars, on their furious flight 7 But there's even romance in the way that they dance to the beat of the lights HORUS 7 F It's a beautiful noise, and it's a sound that I love F / / / And it makes me feel good, like a hand in a glove (tacit) / // (tacit) / / F/ / / Yes it does yes it does It's a beautiful noise, made of joy an of strife 7 Like a symphony played by a passing parade, it's the music of life 2 nd HORUS THEN (tacit) What a beautiful noise, comin' into my room. (slowing) 7 / / / / / And it's beggin' for me, just to give it a tune
3 BOTTLE OF WINE THE KINSTON TRIO - 29/10/16 Bottle of wine, fruit of the vine, - when you gonna let me get sober? 123 Let me alone, let me go home, - let me go back and start over! F 1. Well, I've rambled around this dirty old town singing for nickels and dimes, F times getting' rough, I can't get enough to buy me a little bottle of wine. HORUS F 2. Well, little hotel, older than hell, cold as the dark in the mine, F light so dim, I had to grin, I got a little bottle of wine. HORUS F 3. Well, the preacher will preach and the teacher will teach, the miner will dig in the mine, F I ride the rods, trusting in od, huggin' my bottle of wine. F 4. Well, pain in my head and bugs in my bed, pants so old that they shine, F out on the street, I tell the people I meet to buy me a little bottle of wine. HORUS
4 124 ¾ TIMIN TENNESSEE WALTZ ONNY RANIS 29/10/16 INTRO: D7 (the beautiful Tennessee Waltz.) 7 I was waltzing with my darling to the Tennessee Waltz, D - D7 when an old friend I happened to see. 7 I introduced her to my loved one, and while they were waltzing, D7 my friend stole my sweetheart from me. B I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz, D - D7 now I know just how much I have lost. 7 Yes, I lost my little darling, the night they were playing D7 the beautiful Tennessee Waltz. REPEAT FROM TOP
5 OTTON FIELDS 1/12/ SUESTED STRUM: & 4 & D D U U D U Intro D (in them ol' cotton fields back home.) Tacit 7 1. When I was a little bitty baby, my Mama would rock me in the cradle, D in them ol' cotton fields back home 7 When I was a little bitty baby, my Mama would rock me in the cradle, D 7 in them ol' cotton fields back home HORUS: Oh, when them cotton bolls got rotten, you can`t pick very much cotton, D in them ol' cotton fields back home. 7 It was down in Louisiana, just about a mile from Texarkana, D in them ol' cotton fields back home Now it may sound a little bit funny, but you didn`t make very much money, D in them ol' cotton fields back home. 7 Yes it may sound a little bit funny, but you didn`t make very much money, D 7 in them ol' cotton fields back home. REPEAT HORUS AND LAST LINE x2
6 126 SOME DAYS ARE DIAMONDS Intro; su4 sus4 D Em When you ask how I've been here without you I like to say, "I've been fine," and I do But we both know the truth is hard to come by Em D And if I told the truth, that's not quite true HORUS: Some days are diamonds, some days are stones Bm D Sometimes the hard times won't leave me alone Em Sometimes the cold wind blows a chill in my bones D (tacit) Some days are diamonds, some days are stones D Em Now the face that I see in the mirror More and more is a stranger to me More and more I can see there's a danger Em D In becoming what I never thought I'd be HORUS Some days are diamonds, some days are stones Bm D Sometimes the hard times won't leave me alone Em Sometimes the cold wind blows a chill in my bones D (tacit), / Some days are diamonds, some days are stones
7 ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIHT SIDE OF LIFE ERI IDLE /10/ Some [Am] things in life are [D] bad they can  really make you [Em] mad Other [Am] things just make you [D] swear and  curse When you re [Am] chewing on life s [D] gristle Don t  grumble give a [Em] whistle And [Am] this ll help things turn out for the [D7] best And  always [Em] look on the [Am] bright [D7] sideoflife[em][am[d7]  Always look on the [Am] light side of  life [Em] [Am] [D7] If [Am]life seems jolly [D]rotten there s something you ve[em] forgotten And [Am] that s to laugh and smile and [D] dance and  sing When you re [Am] feeling in the [D] dumps don t be  silly [Em] chumps Just [Am] purse your lips and whistle that s the [D7] thing And always [Em] look on the [Am] bright [D7] side of  life [Em][Am[D7] ome onalways[em]look on the[am]bright[d7]side of life[em][am[d7] For [Am] life is quite ab[d]surd and  death s the final [Em] word You must [Am] always face the [D] curtain with a  bow For[Am] get about your [D] sin give the  audience a [Em] grin En[Am]joy it it s your last chance any [D7] how And  always look on the [Am] bright [D] side of  death[em][am[d7]  Just before you [Am] draw your [D7] terminal  breath[em][am[d7] [Am] Life s a piece of [D] shit  when you look at [Em] it [Am] Life s a laugh and [D] death s a joke it s  true You ll [Am] see it all a [D] show keep em  laughing as you [Em] go Just [Am] remember that the last laugh is on [D7] you. And  always [Em] look on the [Am]bright [D7]side of life[em][am[d7]  Always [Em] look on the [Am] right [D7] side of  life[em][am[d7] (ome on guys, cheer up) [A] Always [F#m] look on the [Bm] bright [E7] side of [A] life[f#m][bm][e7] [A] Always [F#m] look on the [Bm] bright [E7] side of [A] life[f#m][bm][e7]
8 128 SUESTED BEAT INTRO:,,, A ROOVY KIND OF LOVE WAYNE FONTANA & THE MINDBENDERS 30/10/16 1&2&3&4& SLOW TEMPO TAIT 1. When I'm feeling blue, all I have to do, Dm Is take a look at you, then I'm not so, blue. F Em Bridge When you're close to me, I can feel your heartbeat, Dm I can hear you breathing in my ear. Wouldn't you agree, baby you and me - Dm got a groovy kind of love, we got a groovy kind of love. 2. Anytime you want to you can turn me onto Dm anything you want to, anytime at all. F Em 2nd Bridge When I taste your lips, ooh, I start to shiver, Dm can't control the quivering inside. Wouldn't you agree, baby you and me - Dm - got a groovy kind of, love, we got a groovy kind of love. INSTRUMENTAL OVER FIRST 2 LINES OF VERSE,,, Dm F Em 3rd Bridge When I'm in your arms, nothing seems to matter, Dm if the world would shatter, I don't care. F Wouldn't you agree, baby you and me got a groovy kind of, love,, F, / / / we got a groovy kind of, love. We got a groovy kind of love.
9 DOWN IN THE BOONDOKS BILLY JOE ROYAL INTRO: 30/10/ Down in the boondocks, down in the boondocks, D people put me down 'cause that's the side of town I was born in. I love her, and she loves me, but I don't fit her society, D Lord, have mercy, I'm a boy from down in the boondocks. 1. Every night I watch the light from that house up on the hill, B7 Em I love a little girl that lives up there, I guess I always will. D D But I don't dare knock on her door, cause her daddy is my boss man, D D so I ll just have to be content to see her whenever I can. HORUS 2. One fine day I'll find a way to move from this old shack, B7 Em I'll hold my head up like a king, I never, never will look back. D D But 'til that morning I'll work and slave, and I'll save every dime, D D but tonight she'll have to steal away to see me one more time. HORUS THEN.. D Lord, have mercy, I'm a boy from down in the boondocks. D Lord, have mercy, I'm a boy from down in the boondocks.
10 130 I UESS IT DOESN T MATTER ANYMORE Buddy Holly Intro:, 7, Med pace 30/10/16 There you go and baby, here am I 7 Well you, left me here so I just, sit and cry olly gee what have you, done to me 7 Well I guess it doesn t matter anymore Do you remember baby, last September 7 How you, held me tight each and, every night Well, whoops a daisy how you, drove me crazy 7 But I guess it doesn t matter anymore HORUS: Am There s no use in me a-crying I ve done everything and now I m, sick of trying D (breathe) I ve thrown away my nights, wasted all my days 7// F// // 7// Over you oo oo oo Well you go your way baby, I'll go mine 7 Now and forever till the, end of time I ll find somebody new and baby, we ll say we re through 7 And you won t matter anymore REPEAT HORUS THEN 7 / 7/ / And you won t matter anymore