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                C
Tomorrow I'll be quicker, i'll stare into the

strobe light flickering afloat i'll stay
Dm                 Fm           C
   I'm quite alright hiding today
 F          C
Tomorrow i'll be faster, i'll catch what i've 

been chasing after and have time to
      Dm               Fm         C
play,    I'm quite alright hiding today


                       F
And i would play the coconut shy,
C                                              C7
   and win a prize even if it's rigged, i won't know when to stop
                                 F
and you can leave off my lid and i won't even lose my fizz
            Fm                        C      Em
i'll be the polkadots tie, i'll know the way back
      Am             F                             G
if you know the way,     but if you are i am quite alright
    Fm   C
hiding today

Solo: C F Fm C

    F          C
Tomorrow i'll be stronger, running colourful no longer just in black & white,
Dm          Fm              C
  I'm quite alright hiding, tonight


                          F
And i would have a game on the coconut shy,
C                                              C7
   and win a prize even if it's rigged, i won't know when to stop
                                 F
and you can leave off my lid and i won't even lose my fizz
            Fm                   C       Em            Am
i'll be the polkadots tie, i'll probably swim through a few lagoons
  F                                                       G
i'll have a spring in my step, and i'll get there soon to sing you a happy
G7
tune


 C                      Fm7                          Am
tomorrow, you better bring a change of clothes so we can sail our laughing
F
pianos
C                Am   F                    G         C
along a beam of light,  but i'm quite alright hiding tonight
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3 Comments

  1. For strumming I use DDU UDU and fits nicely with the song :)

  2. i didn’t necessarily look up a strum pattern, but i just kind of played it naturally and seems like a simple
    down – down – up (and repeat)
    works the best! once you find the right tempo, if falls into place with the chord changes and it sounds good while singing it! just a personal preference though (:
    Hope this could help!

  3. Can u guys start putting strumming patterns too:))

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