Pulp - Inside Susan Chords

 
         
         
         
         
         
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No chord
    
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
No capo

C Am Gm X8

G

The rest of the song mostly uses the intro sequence, but with the G only used at then end of the "Oh, oh" bits. Susan catches the bus into town at 10.30 am, sits on the back seat. The looks at the back of the man infront of her and thinks about his fat wrinkled neck looks like a large carrot sticking out of his shirt. Oh, oh. Oh, oh Oh, oh Oh, ooooohhhhhhhhh She adds up the numbers on her bus ticket to see if they make 21. But they don't. Perhaps she shouldn't bother going to school at all then. Her friends will be in the yard with their arms Gmfolded on their Amchests, pushing up their Gbreasts to make them look bigger, Gmwhilst the boys will be Amtoo busy playing football to Gnotice. The bus is waiting on the high street when it suddenly begins to rain torrentialy and sounds like someone has emptied about a million packets of dried peas on to the roof of the bus Oh, oh. Oh, oh Oh, oh Oh, ooooohhhhhhhhh "What if just keeps raining?" she thought." And it was just like living in an aquarium, only it all shoppers and office workers floating past the window instead of fish." GmShe is still thinking of this when the bus goes past AmCaroline Lee's house Where there was a party Glast week. There were Gmsome German exchange students Amover who were very immature. GThey ended up jumping out of the bedroom window COne them tried to get her to kiss him on the stairs. So she kicked him. Later she was sick because she drank too much cider. Caroline was drunk as well, she was pretending she was married to a tall boy in glasses and she had to wear a polo neck for three days afterwards to cover up the lovebites on her neck

C Am Gm X8

GOh, oh. *From here onwards, a high clunking piano bangs out a c7 chord, Oh, oh regardless of chord changes* Oh, oh Oh, ooooohhhhhhhhh

Gm Am G

Gm Am G

By now the bus is going past the markets. Outside is a man who spends all day forcing felt tip pens into peoples' hands and then trying to get them to pay for them. She used to work in a pet shop there but she got the sack for talking to boys when she was supposed to be working. She didn't really care, she hated the smell of rabbits anyway. "Maybe this bus won't stop and I'll stay on it until I'm old enough to go to pubs on my own and it'll drive me a town where people with balck hair are treated especially I can make lots of money charging fat old men ?5 a time to look up my skirt and they'll be queing up to take me to dinner." I suppose you think she's just a silly girl with silly ideas, but I remember her in those days. They talk about a fire within and all that stuff, well she had that. It's just that nobody dared jump into her fire and risk being consumed. Instead they just put in a corner and let her heat up the room, warming their hands and backsides infront of her and then slagging her off about town. No one ever really got inside Susan and she always ended up getiing off the bus at the terminus. And then walking home.

C Am Gm


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