(Intro: *G#m7 *C# *G#m7 *C#) *G#m7 *C# *G#m7 *C# Feeling cosy, safe as houses *G#m7 E7 A Sitting in her easy chair (C#m/G# F#m A/E) *Bm7 *E *Bm7 *E Watchin' t.v., sippin' whisky *Bm7 G7 C In her see-through underwear (Em/B Am C/G) D She lights a cigarette, the room is much too hot She opens up the window, showing all she's got (Instr: *G#m7 *C# *G#m7 *C#) *G#m7 *C# *G#m7 *C# Feeling restless and upset *G#m7 E7 A She slides a hand between her thighs (C#m/G# F#m A/E) *Bm7 *E *Bm7 *E (*Bm7 G7) She doesn't see him, she doesn't hear him C (Em/B Am C/G) He takes her by surprise D He throws himself upon her Pins her to the floor She moans in sudden pleasure "Give me more, give me more!" **Bb^F **Bb^F# Doo doo doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo doo doo **Bb^F# **Bb^G Doo doo doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo doo doo Eb A Dm G WAAHHHH .... C Headlights in the driveway Footsteps down the hall D "Is anybody home?" she hears her husband call Eb Ebm He finds her in the kitchen with his dinner on a tray Bb Gm And as she takes his coat and hat Cm F7 Bb He says he's had a busy day (Eb Bb Eb Bb) NB: *The following chords, indicated by '*', are played as the following chord sequences in the IboR version: *For G#m7, play: G#m7 -> G#m9 -> G#m7 *For C#, play: C# -> C#6 -> C# *For Bm7, play: Bm7 -> Bm9 -> Bm7 *For E, play: E -> Esus4 -> E (note: you can still just play the chords originally written). **These chords are just played as a Bb root note, together with the corresponding note written; eg, for Bb^F# just play a Bb note with an F# note. (ie. basically just play the Bb root note,with the extra notes ascending). Chords such as 'C/B' indicate the chord to be played followed by a bass note which can be played with it; in the case of C/B, a 'C' chord is played with a 'B' bass note.
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