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        The Sundays                                 Rough Trade

        You're Not The Only One That I Know         Reading, Writing and Arithmetic (1990)



        Intro:   Fmaj7/C   Cmaj7/G    Fmaj7/C   Am7/E


        Verse 1:

                    Fmaj7/C              Cmaj7/G       Fmaj7/C            Cmaj7/G

        Where's the harm in voicing your doubt, you'll find me in the lavatory

                        Fmaj7/C             Cmaj7/G    Fmaj7/C   Cmaj7/G

        And where's the harm in talking out loud, when I'm on my own

                  Fmaj7/C               Cmaj7/G     Fmaj7/C            Cmaj7/G

        What's so wrong with reading my stars, when I'll be in the lavatory

                       Fmaj7/C                 Cmaj7/G     Fmaj7/C   Cmaj7/G

        And what is so wrong with counting the cards, when I'm all alone




        Am7/E               Fmaj7/C  Cmaj7/G     Fmaj7/C                         Cmaj7/G

        You're not the only one that I know, but I'm too proud to talk to you anyway

        Am7/E               Fmaj7/C  Cmaj7/G     Fmaj7/C                              Cmaj7/G

        You're not the only one that I know, but I'm far too proud to talk to you any day



        Verse 2:

             Famj7/C         Cmaj7/G       Fmaj7/C    Cmaj7/G

        So I say      I'm in love with the world

                       Fmaj7/C                 Cmaj7/G    Fmaj7/C   Cmaj7/G

        And what is so wrong with voicing your doubt when I'm on my own

                       Fmaj7/C            Cmaj7/G    Fmaj7/C          Cmaj7/G

        It's perfectly fine to sleep in a chair from Monday 'til Saturday

                       Fmaj7/C                Cmaj7/G   Fmaj7/C   Cmaj7/G

        And what is so wrong with talking out loud when I'm all alone





                Am7/E                Fmaj7/C                            Cmaj7/G

        So they rode out west to the seaside and they gladly decided to stay

                  Am7/E               Fmaj7/C         Cmaj7/G            Fmaj7/C

        But after two hours wandering outside ooh the sea air drove them away, yeah





        Am7/E            Fmaj7/C        Cmaj7/G         Fmaj7/C

        You're not the only one                 but I'm far too proud you're so

        Am7/E         Fmaj7/C      Cmaj7/G                         Fmaj7/C

You're, oh, you're but I know, I know, I know, I know I'm far too proud to talk to you any day

            Cmaj7/G    Fmaj7/C             Cmaj7/G       Fmaj7/C Cmaj7/G Fmaj7/C

        But if you do, don't you know that I don't mind, no,     no,     no




        Riff 1:











        define: Capo 2nd fret 

                Fmaj7/C: x33210   Cmaj7/G 332000   Am7/E: xx2013