Sunday Street (Difford/Tilbrook)
Intro:

D (hold)

D F#m G (2X)

D             F#m            G
 I'm down the lane on Sunday Morning

D     F#m              G
 Hung over and forever yawning

F#m          Am
 I look for trousers that will fit me

Gm                 Bm
 She buys a yellow shirt that's sickly

G        F#m  G           F#m                   A    B7
 A saparilla  drink turns white teeth shades of pink

E              G#m
 Sunday league play in the sunshine

A 
 I hear the whistle blow at halftime

E            G#m
 With chapped legs and muddy shorts

A
 They walk past the tennis courts

C#m        A
 A pint of prawns in hand

C#m       A       B
 I hear a ragtime band

Chours

   A     G#m         F#m     G#m  A
On Monday I want the weekend to   come

   A      G#m            F#m    G#m A
On Tuesday I'm glad that Monday is  done

     A        G#m  F#m      G#m  A
Then Wednesday and Thursday fly  by

        A     G#m  F#m       B
Then on Friday and Saturday  night

       D
We get happy till Sunday is through

D F#m G

D       F#m                G
 Seista time in the living room

D       F#m              G
 Snores go in and out of tune

F#m                   A
 After tea time we're off to the pub

Gm              Bm
 To play in the trivia club

G             F#m    G                    F#m     A    B7
How long's the river Thames? Its where the evening ends

E              G#m        A
 In my bed I'm reading poetry

E             G#m              A
 No one knows what's come over me

C#m                           A
 I close the book I'm turning out the light

C#m                  A         B
 I hear the sound of Monday outside

Chours(2X)

   A     G#m         F#m     G#m  A
On Monday I want the weekend to   come

   A      G#m            F#m    G#m A
On Tuesday I'm glad that Monday is  done

     A        G#m  F#m      G#m  A
Then Wednesday and Thursday fly  by

        A     G#m  F#m       B
Then on Friday and Saturday  night

       D
We get happy till Sunday is through

C B A G C B A

Solo(same chords as chorus)

A     G#m         F#m     G#m  A(3X)

A     G#m  F#m   B  D

D( G F#m Em D)*
Sunday Morning (ad lib and fade)


* D can be held at end, or the chords in parenthesis can be 
  played, or the D chord and the other notes.

Transcribed by John P. Goushian <theylven@voicenet.com>. Corrections are very much welcome.