The Golden Age Of Aviation chords

The Lucksmiths

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Capo: 4st fret

With Intro: G Bm Am D C Am Em G G Bm Am D For argument's sake let's pretend we could stop arguing C Am Em G Over which of us is wrong and why it isn't you G Bm Am D We're barely awake before your head's up in the clouds again C Am Em G There's nothing you like more than having nothing much to do C Stood akimbo G Bm Am D C Am Em G Staring out the window at the sky G Bm Am D All afternoon you've been buried in a biography C Am Em G Of an aviatrix lost at sea, never to be found G Bm Am D Holed up in your room, holding out for an apology C Am Em But gravity will get to you eventually G C You'll come down from upstairs again C With all those model aeroplanes G C And the novelty wore off G C When the pilots still wore goggles G Bm But your eyes look skywards Em C And your mind still boggles Then play: Verse chords G Bm Am D I'm going grey but you look younger than a year ago C Am Em G When you put your hair in pigtails and you put your hand in mine G Bm Am D We'll be OK - I'm happy when you're here C Am Em G But oh, your smile can seem as far away as once upon a time C You can't help it C Hopelessly nostalgic Am C A passing interest in the past C G Em D But I think it's going to last a little longer Am C G I'll hold on to your hand as tightly as I can Em D But modelling glue is stronger Then play: Verse chords Then play: C G C The novelty wore off G C When the pilots still wore goggles G Bm But your eyes look skywards Em D And your mind still boggles G C G C Through frequent flyers' disappointments and disasters G Bm Em C The golden age of aviation never lost its lustre End on: G