For Tomorrow by Blur

B		x24442
C#m		x46654
A		x02220
G#m		466444
G		355433  or  320033
F		133211
C		x32010
D		xx0232
Fmaj7/E	033210
Am7/G		3x2010

B (Just a couple of strums)

C#m    B                 A     B
He's a twentieth century boy,
G#m                   G
With his hands on the rails.
F      C         D
Trying not to be sick again,
F           Fmaj7/E  G
And holding on for tomorrow.

C#m    B               A              B
London ice cracks on a seamless line,
G#m                      G
He's hanging on for dear life.
F     C               D
So we hold each other tightly,
F        Fmaj7/E  G
And hold on for tomorrow.

Singing 

Am7/G
la la la la la
G           D
la la la la la la la la la la         x3

F                G
Holding on for tomorrow

C#m     B                 A        B
She's a twentieth century girl,
G#m                   G
With her hands on the wheel.
F      C               D
Trying not to make him sick again,
F      Fmaj7/E      G
Seeing what she can borrow.

C#m        B                 A                B
Londons so nice back in your seamless rhymes,
G#m                   G
But we're lost on the westway.
F     C               D
So we hold each other tightly,
F          Fmaj7/E      G
And we can wait until tomorrow.

Singing 

Am7/G
la la la la la
G           D
la la la la la la la la la la         x3

C#m B A B G#m G    x2

F            C         D
We're trying not to be sick again,
F           Fmaj7/E  G
And holding on for tomorrow.

C#m     B                 A     B
She's a twentieth century girl,
G#m                 G
Hanging on for dear life.
F         C               D
And so we hold each other tightly,
F        Fmaj7/E  G
And hold on for tomorrow.

Singing 

Am7/G
la la la la la
G           D
la la la la la la la la la la         x3

Am7/G                                G             D
Jim stops and gets out the car, goes to a house in Emperors gate,
Am7/G                           G                D
Through the door into his room, then he puts the TV on,
Am7/G                                 G                D
Turns it off and makes some tea, says modern life well it's rubbish I'm
F              G
Holding on for tomorrow.
Am7/G                                   G                   D
Then Susan comes into the room, she's a naughty girl with a lovely smile,
Am7/G                                    G                   D
Says take a drive to Primrose Hill, it's windy there and the view is so nice,
Am7/G                                 G      D
London ice can freeze your toes, like anyone I suppose you're,
F              G
Holding on for tomorrow.

Am7/G    G  D     to fade

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