Pulp - My Lighthouse Chords & Tabs

 

My Lighthouse Chords & Tabs

Pulp Chords & Tabs

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My Lighthouse Chords

   
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From: kauy6@central.susx.ac.uk (David Twisleton)

Chords for "My Lighthouse" by Pulp
Transcribed by Dave Twisleton
kauy6@central.sussex.ac.uk

MY LIGHTHOUSE

[Intro]
B  E/G#  B  E  B  C#   A   G F#

[Verse]
B               E/G#              B                       E/G#
  Come up to my lighthouse for I have something I wish to say

B                   C#             A            G       F#
  It can wait for a moment well in fact it can wait all day
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/p/pulp/my_lighthouse_crd.html ]
B                  E/G#                 B                           E/G#
  I just wanted to bring you up here so you could have the chance to see

B                    C#        A              G          F#
  The beauty of the situation that you could share with me

[CHORUS]

G#m               A         B                A
    It may seem strange to talk of love and then lighthouses
G#m            F#       E
    It's not strange to me ey hey hey

G#m       A    B            A
    All alone you and I in our high tower

G#m            F#     E  F#          B
    That's the way to be    hey hey hey.

[Intro again]

[Verse 2]
Some laugh at my lighthouse they say that it's just an ivory tower
But I don't mind because I know their envy grows by the hour
See I have the purpose up here to guide the ships upon their way
All this is mine it could be yours too, what do you say

[Chords to verse]

[CHORUS]

[End]:
C#  C  B


I think this is right, C# might not be though, I can't remember.  Mail
me if it sounds wrong

Dave Twisleton
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