Cezanne, Says Anne

 
         


           Key: Eb

           Capo: 1, play D


           Intro:  Cm   G    Bb
          (capo): (Bm) (F#) (A)

           
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          (D)           (Em)
           Annie went to art school 

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           At the age of seventeen 

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              (Bm)          (A)
           Her drawings in a folio 

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             (Em)              (F#)
           To keep them looking clean 

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              (D)          (Em)
           Her tutors all agreed 

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                    (F#m)               (G)
           She had a certain "je ne sais quoi" 

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                     (Bm)     (A)
           With her Modigliani body 

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                  (G)    (A) (D)
           And her face by Renoir 

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                     (A)
           "I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "He does something for me. 

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                    (D)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "It's not what you see. 

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              (A)
           The power of nature is something to feel. 

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                    (D)             (B7)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

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              (Em)    (A)(D)       
           "To me he's surreal." 



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           (F#) (Bm) (F#) (A)



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               (D)             (Em)
           They showed her Botticelli 

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           Rembrandt, Bruegel, Ernst and Braques 

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           And talked of chiaroscuro

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                 (Em)             (F#)
           Or the use of light and dark 

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              (D)             (Em)          (F#m)
           But all they really wanted was to get her 

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               (G)
           into bed 

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           And everytime they tried at dawn, 

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          (G)     (A)      (D)
           This is what she said:


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                     (A)   
           "I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

          
           "He does something for me. 

                     Eb
                    (D)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "It's not what you see. 

               Bb  
              (A)
           The power of nature is something to feel. 

                      Eb              C7
                     (D)             (B7)
           "I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

               Fm      Bb Eb
              (Em)    (A)(D)
           "To me he's surreal."



            Instr: Bb  Eb  Bb  Eb  C7   Fm   Bb  Eb
                  (A) (D) (A) (D) (B7) (Em) (A) (D) 

                   
                   G     Cm    G     Bb                                
                  (F#)  (Bm)  (F#)  (A)



           Eb              Fm          
          (D)             (Em) 
           Time went by so slowly 

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           As in any school of art 

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          (Bm)         (A)
           She was all alone 

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           Until the day she lost her heart 

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               (D)            (Em)
           To a shy and gentle student 

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                     (F#m)          (G)
           Whose name happened to be Paul 

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              (Bm)               (A)
           And so they hung their drawings

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                  (G)   (A)     (D)
           Side by side upon the wall 


                      Bb
                     (A) 
           "I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "He does something for me. 

                     Eb
                    (D)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

              
           "It's not what you see. 

               Bb  
              (A)
           The power of nature is something to feel. 

                     Eb              C7 
                    (D)             (B7)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

               Fm      Bb Eb
              (Em)    (A)(D)
           "To me he's surreal." 


                     Bb
                    (A)
           "I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "He does something for me. 

                     Eb  
                    (D)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 


           "It's not what you see. 

               Bb
              (A)
           The power of nature is something to feel. 

                     Eb          C7
                    (D)         (B7)
           I like Cezanne," says Anne, 

               Fm      Bb Eb
              (Em)    (A)(D)
           "To me he's surreal." 


       
            Ending:  Bb   Eb
                    (A)  (D)




          Okay, 'fess up... who's your favorite, Ernst or Braques?