Goodbye Girl (Difford/Tilbrook)
D             A

I met her in a pool room (bar room).

D                 A

Her name I didn't catch.

D                     A

She looks like something special.

D                        A

The kind who'd understand.

D                     A

The room was almost spinning.

D                 A

She pulled another smile.

D                 A

She had the grace like pleasure.

D              A

She had a certain style.

G            A

Sunlight on the lino.

G              A

Woke me with a shake.

D                            G                              D

I looked around to find her but she had gone.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             A

Goodbye girl.



D                 A

She took me to a hotel(motel).

D                 A

A room on the second floor.

D                 A

The kettle and two coffees.

D                 A

A number on the door.

D                 A

She said, "I hardly know you".

D                 A

Agreed we kissed goodnight.

D                 A

I knew that in the morning.

D                 A

Somehow I'd wake to find;



G            A

Sunlight on the lino.

G              A

Waking me with a shake.

D                  G                    D

I looked around to find her but she had gone.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             A

Goodbye girl.



D                 A

I've lost my silver razor(blue address book).

D                 A

My club room locker keys.

D                 A

The money in the waist coat(fur coat).

D                 A

It doesn't bother me.

D                 A

My wife has moved to Jersey(Guernsey).

D                 A

So mugged is not the word.

D                 A

If you ever see her, Say "Hello, goodbye girl".



G            A

Sunlight on the lino.

G              A

Woke me with a shake.

D                  G                    D

I looked around to find her but she had gone.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             G

Goodbye girl.

D             A

Goodbye girl.

Transcribed by Jon Ecklund 6/6/97 JECKLU02@SPRYNET.COM