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    All I Wanna Do

    Sheryl Crow

     

    E

    All I wanna do is have a little fun before I die
                 C                                Dsus2/A

    Says the man next to me out of nowhere

          E                    
    It's apropos of nothing he says his name is William

                C                                Dsus2/A
    But I'm sure he's Bill or Billy or Mac or Buddy
                  E     
    And he's plain ugly to me, and I wonder if he's

    C                                                Dsus2/A

    Ever had a day of fun in his whole life
     

    E           
    We are drinking beer at noon on Tuesday

             C                                       Dsus2/A
    In the bar that faces the giant car wash

                E
    And the good people of the world are washing their cars on their

                          C                                               Dsus2/A

    Lunch breaks, hosing and scrubbing as best they can in skirts and suits
    A                                                                 Bb/A
    And they drive their shiny Datsuns and Buicks

    A                                                                         Bb/A
    Back to the phone company, the record stores, too

    A
    Well, they're nothing like Billy and me
     

    CHORUS:

                                E
    'Cause All I wanna do is have some fun

              C                                 D7
    I got a feeling I'm not the only one
                      E
    All I wanna do is have some fun

              C                                 D7
    I got a feeling I'm not the only one

                      E
    All I wanna do is have some fun
                 C

    Until the sun comes up over

    D                            E
    Santa Monica Boulevard  

    E
    I like a good beer buzz, early in the morning

    C                                                   Dsus2/A
    Billy likes to peal the labels from his bottles of bud

    E
    He shreds them on the bar then he lights up every match

                            C                             Dsus2/A
    In an oversized pack letting each one burn

                      E
    Down to his thick fingers before blowing and cursing them out,

    C                                       Dsus2/A                

    he's watching the bottles of bud as they spin on the floor
    A                                                 Bb/A
    And a happy couple enters the bar

    A                                                 Bb/A
    Dangerously, close to one another

    A                                                 
    The bartender looks up from his want ads
     

    CHORUS
     
    A                                     Bb/A

    Otherwise the bar is ours,

    A                                                               Bb/A

    the day and the night and the car wash, too,

    A                                                                               Bb/A

    the matches and the Buds, and the clean and dirty cars,
    A

    The sun and the moon , 'Cause

     

    CHORUS


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.