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Intro: C  D  Bb  F

G                         Em
Panic on the streets of London
G                          Em
Panic on the streets of Birmingham
    C         D     Bb    F
I wonder to myself
  G                 Em
Could life ever be sane again
         G                          Em
On the Leeds side streets that you slip down
    C         D     Bb    F
I wonder to myself.


  G                      Em
Hope's may rise under Grasmeres
G                         Em
But honeypie, you're not safe here
             C
So you run down
                       D    Bb    F
To the safety of the town.
              G                        Em
But there's panic on the streets of Carlisle,
  G                 Em
Dublin, Dundee, Humberside
    C         D
I wonder to myself.

Interlude:
    Bb  F  Em  Bm  D
    Bb  F  Em  Bm  D

 G             Em
Burn down the disco,
 G               Em
Hang the blessed d.j.,
              C                         D
Because the music that they constantly play,
           G                Em
It says nothing to me about my life,
 G               Em
Hang the blessed d.j.,
              C                         D     Bb    F
Because the music that they constantly play,
         G                          Em
On the Leeds side streets that you slip down,
           G                Em
On the provincial towns you jog round,
         C                              D
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j., hang the d.j.
         C                              D
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j., hang the d.j.
         C                              D
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j., hang the d.j.
 Bb   F   G             Em
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j.,
          G             Em
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j.,
         C                              D
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j., hang the d.j.
 Bb   F   G             Em
Hang the d.j., hang the d.j.,
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one Comment

  1. weyls_on_the_bus

    -5 is pretty easy :)

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