| G6 | Gmaj7 | E|----X----|----X----| B|----0----|----0----| G|----0----|----0----| D|----2----|----4----| A|----X----|----X----| E|----3----|----3----|
Capo 3rd fret (5th fret for The Seekers version) Am Am/G D7/F# /F/F#/G/G# Clatter, the milkman at my doorstep. Am Am/G D7/F# Dm/F Bustle, my neighbor at her tea. Am Am/G# Am/G D7/F# In all the world, no one's so glad to see the sun G - G6 - Gmaj7 - G6 - G - G6 - Gmaj7 - G6 As me. G G6 Gmaj7 G6 G G6 Gmaj7 G6 Angeline is always Friday; Angeline is spring forever. Am Am/G Dsus2/F# Winter Angeline could never be. G G6 Gmaj7 G6 G G6 Gmaj7 G6 Mr. Wilson, old and smiling, lifts his cap as she is passing, Am Am/G D7/F# G Bowing her politely on to me. Bm C Bm My week has gone its lonely way. C Bm I've waited for my only day away from shadows, Dm/F F - D/F# In her sunlight I can tell her, "I love you, G - G6 - Gmaj7 - G6 Angeline."
Angeline is always Friday, suitcase on the rack above,
She hasn't even read her magazine.
Angeline is counting stations, till the one where I am standing,
Waiting for my only Angeline.
The week has gone its lonely way.
I've waited for my only day away from shadows,
In her sunlight I can tell her, "I love you,
Clatter, the milkman at my doorstep.
Bustle, my neighbour at her tea.
In all the world, no one's so glad to see the sun
(Words by Tom Paxton; Music by Bruce Woodley, 1967)
Notes: Thanks to Boot Leg for figuring out the very complicated chord progression on this one. He got the chords from The Seekers' rendition of the song, which basically used the same arrangements as Tom Paxton's version, only a full step higher - capo 5th fret if you want to play along with The Seekers! Bruce Woodley, who co-wrote the song with Tom, did the lead vocals on this song. There is a very beautiful music video of the song by The Seekers, starring Helen Shoults as Angeline - check it out on YouTube!
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