We Were Wrong

 
           
Instrumental:


(C    Am    F    G    x2)



        C              Am
We were wrong, we were wrong

       F          G     C     Am    F    G
But so young, and so in love


     C             Am
That boozy English day

       F             G
At the Brighton Race courses

    C            Am
The wind blew my skirt up

       F              G
And it frightened the horses


        C              Am
We were wrong, we were wrong

       F             G       C     Am    F    G
But so young, and so very in love


     C           Am
That May Ball in Oxford

   F            G
We arrived in a punt

C                    Am
You fell down in the beer tent

     F      G
Unashamedly drunk

(spoken) Steady, I thought!


        C              Am
We were wrong, we were wrong

       F             G          C     F    C    C7
But so young, and so awfully in love


      F                  C
Cause I'm going to rhino over your lino

F                       G
I'm going to rhino with you

F#  F
In  all kinds of leather

   C
We rhino together

D                   G         *G/F   * G/E   *G/D
We'll keep rhinoing through


      C       Am
That kedgiree breakfast

     F              G
The gratis champagne

    C             Am
The hours I spent wiping it

       F        G
Off my hired d.j.


        C              Am
We were wrong, we were wrong

       F             G              C    Am    F    G
But so young, and so frightfully in love

       C               Am
We were wrong, we were wrong

       F             G              C
But so young, and so desperately in love



Instrumental:

(C    Am    F    G) (fade)




N.B.:

* Chords such as G/F indicate the chord to be played followed by a bass 

note which can be played with it; in the case of G/F a G chord is played 

with an F bass note.





          Exactly what is rhinoing? I mean, really, it could mean so many different things...