Em                              G          D
  It's not the cowboys that are missing anymore
Em                         G        D
  That problem was already old in ninety-four
Em                              G              D
  Don't be offended, this might seem a little wrong
C                      D      G
Where have all the gay guys gone?


Em                          G                  D
  And to the romance when I was fourteen years old
Em                           G              D
  And to my heroes that were dressed up in gold
Em                    G             D
  Only hoping one day I could be so bold
C                  D           G
Where have all the gay guys gone?


                     G                                D
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Am                           Em
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars
   D                 G                                D
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Am                           Em
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars


   D
So tell me
G                             C
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Em                 D         G
Where have all the good guys gone?
G                             C
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Em                 D         G
Where have all the good guys gone?


Em                           G               D
  Thank you Rufus, thank you Auden and James Dean
Em                      G            D
  Thank you Emerson and Bowie for my dreams
Em                      G              D 
  Wilfred Owen, Kinsey, Whitman and Rimbaud
          C                 D                   Em         D
Thank you Warhol, thank you patience, thank you Porter and Cocteau


                     G                                D
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Am                           Em
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars
   D                 G                                D
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Am                           Em
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars


   D
So tell me
G                             C
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Em                 D         G
Where have all the good guys gone?
G                             C
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Em                 D         G
Where have all the good guys gone?


                     A                                E
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Bm                           Gbm
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars
   E                 A                                E
If we are all in the gutter, it doesn't change who we are
                         Bm                           Gbm
'Cause some of us in the gutter are looking up at the stars


   E
So tell me
A                             D
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Gbm                 E         A
Where have all the good guys gone?
A                             D
Where have all the good guys, where have all the good guys
Gbm                 E         A
Where have all the good guys gone?


Gbm                              A          E
  It's not the cowboys that are missing anymore
Gbm                         A        E    
  That problem was already old in ninety-four
Gbm                              A              E
  Don't be offended, this might seem a little wrong
D                  E           A
Where have all the good guys gone?
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