Chords for "Predictable"
Date: April 15, 1997 5:28 AM From: Mie Arai Predictable Written by: Ray Davies Published by: Davray Music Ltd. Chords by Ryoji Shirai sent by Mie Arai C Don't know why I'm even bothering. C (Predictable) Yeah, that's the mood I'm in. C Go out for a walk then I come back in. C (Predictable) Yeah, the mood that I'm in. C (Predictable) Every day of my life F Dm Can't even communicate with my wife C (Predictable) That's the word of the year C (Predictable) All I see, all I hear. C Go to my office, sit at my desk, C Predictably just like all of the rest. C I sit and I dream about far away places, C Away from the people with frowns on their faces. C All of my life is monotony F Dm I'd go out for a walk but I know it would be C (Predictable) Sure as the nose on my face C (Predictable) Same for the whole human race G F Once we (once we) had so many options G F Once we (once we) had dignity and grace G F Now we (now we) have got nothing but our own time to waste. C (Predictable) Yeah, that's the word of the year C (Predictable) All I see, all I hear C Why can't it be like never before? C (Predictable) Yeah, ain't life a bore C (Predictable) Life gets more and more... F Dm Just like I've heard it all somewhere before. C (Predictable) Sure as the nose on my face C (Predictable) Same for the whole human race G F G One day (one day) it's gonna get better some way (some way) F G I wish it would get worse any way (any way) F What can I lose, it might turn into something better. C It gets harder and harder the harder I try C (Predictable) Feels like a good time to die C I kiss you hello then I kiss you good-bye C (Predictable) Just like the stain on my tie C (Predictable) Just like the jacket I wear C (Predictable) The way that I'm combing my hair C Turn on the TV, just sit and stare F (Predictable) Dm There's nothing happening there C Yeah, that's the word of the year C (Predictable) F C All I see, all I hear. *Very Very Veryyyyyy easy. Ray is genious,sure. Albums this song can be found on: * Give The People What They Want
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