Este segundo tramo está un semitono arriba respecto del original. Un poco más difícil el comienzo para que quede más fácil lo siguiente, que de otro modo sería intocable.
Intro: |C#maj7 - Bbm6| x 2
|C#maj7| Wandering in the chaos the |Bbm6| battle has left,
We |C#maj7| climb up the mountain of |Bbm6| human flesh,
To a |G#maj7| plateau of |Fm/D| green grass
and |G#maj7| green trees, full of |Fm/D| life.
A |C#maj7| young figure sits |Bbm6| still by her pool,
He’s been |C#maj7| stamped Human Bacon
by some |Bbm6| butchery tool,
He |G#maj7| is you. |Fm/D - G#maj7 - Fm/D|
|C#maj7| Social Security took |Bbm6| care of his lad.
We |C#maj7| watch in reverence, as Nar-|Bbm6| cissus is turned
to a |C7| flower.
......A flower!? |E - D - C - Bb|
If |Am| you go down to |C| Willow Farm |Em|
To look for |G| butterflies, |F#m7| flutterbyes, |B| gutterflies
|E| Open your |Am| eyes,
it’s |E| full of sur-|Am| prise,
|E| everyone |Am| lies, like the |E| focks on the
|F| rocks |F/E - F/Eb| ... and the musical
|E| box |E/Eb - E/D|
......Oh, there’s |A7/11+| Mom and Dad, and |E| good and bad,
......and |F7| everyone’s happy to |E7| be here
......|E - D - C - Bb|
There’s |Am| Winston Churchill |C| dressed in drag,
He |Em| used to be a |G| British flag, |F#m7| plastic bag, |B| what a drag.
|E| The frog was a |Am| prince,
the |E| prince was a |Am| brick,
the |E| brick was an |Am| egg, the |E| egg was a
|F| bird (fly a-|F/E| way you sweet little
|F/Eb| thing, they’re hard on your tail)
Hadn’t |E| you heard? (they’re gonna
|E/Eb| change you into a human |E/D| being!)
......Yes, we’re |A7/11+| happy as fish, and |E| gorgeous as geese,
......and |F7| wonderfully clean in the |E| morning.
......|E5+| We’ve |E| got
......|Am| everything, |Bb| we’re growing |Am| everything |Bb|
......We’ve got some |Am| in
......We’ve got some |Bb| out
......We’ve got some |Dm| wild things floating a-|A| bout.
......|Am| Everyone, |Bb| we’re changing |Am| everyone |Bb|
......You name them |Am| all,
......We have them |Bb| here
......And the |Dm| real stars are still to ap-|A| pear.
|A| Feel your body melt |A7|
Mum to mud to mad to |D| dad
|A| Dad diddley |D| office, |A| Dad diddley |E| office,
You’re all full of |A| ball.
Dad to |A7| dam to dum to |D| mum
|A| Mum diddley |D| washing, |A| Mum diddley |E| washing... Ooh!
You’re all full of |A| ball.
......Let me |Bm| hear your lies,
......we’re |A| living this |G| up to the |F#m| eyes.
......Ooee-ooee-|F#m7| ooee-|Dmaj7| oowaaaa
......|Eb| Na... na na |Bb| na
......|Cm6| Momma, I want you |Am| now!
And |Am| as you listen |C| to my voice |Em|
To look for |G| hidden doors, |F#m7| tidy floors, |B| more applause,
|E| You’ve been here all the |Am| time,
|E| Like it or |Am| not,
|E| like what you |Am| got, you’re |E| under
the |F| soil (the |F/E| soil, the |F/Eb| soil).
Yes deep in the |E| soil (the soil, the |E/Eb| soil, the soil, the |E/D| soil)
......So we’ll |A7/11+| end with a whistle and |E| end with a bang
......And |F7| all of us fit in our |E7| places.
|E - D - C - Bb - G#m|