Phone In Sick chords

Lazy Susan

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Verse: D F# G Gm It's still dark, 6 o'clock. Alarm is causing spasms of shock. D Bm A G Grunt don't talk or try to walk or even move. D F# G Gm Day ahead, work you dread. A boss you pray each day to be dead. D Bm A G So stay in bed, rest your head, next to me. Bridge: D A Bm F# Oh I know, you've got an in-tray that would drive strong men to tears. D A Bm Gm And I know that you've got deadlines coming out of both your ears. Chorus: D A Bm G But I think, you should phone in, phone in sick. D A Bm G Yeah I think, you should phone in, phone in sick. D A E G Oh I think, you should phone in, phone (uh-huh) Verse: D F# G Gm Bedroom door. Bathroom floor is colder than it's ever been before. D Bm A G And down the hall, you hear me call, "Come back to bed". D F# G Gm Toast and tea or muesli? You iron a blouse and switch on the TV. D Bm A G Outside's a storm, but bed's still warm, so come and see. Bridge: D A Bm F# Oh I know, you've got an in-tray that would drive strong men to tears. D A Bm Gm And I know that you've got deadlines coming out of both your ears. Chorus: D A Bm G But I think, you should phone in, phone in sick. D A Bm G Yeah I think, you should phone in, phone in sick. D A E G D Oh I think, you should phone in, phone (uh-huh) in sick (repeat chorus)