Tom Odell - Jubilee Road chords

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[Intro]
B  F#  B  F#  D#m  G#    C#
B  F#  B  F#  D#m  G#    C#

[Verse 1]
       B           F#          B                F#            D#m    G#       C#
It’s a late Friday night, the street lamps are shining up in my-- bedroom.
          B          F#                 B           F#                   D#m   G#     C#
There’s a mighty big fight between the thunder and lightning, I wonder who-- will lose.
          A#7       D#m         B            C#
There’s a party balloon and I ain’t been invited.
     A#7           D#m          B             C#
Hey, look at that moon, there ain’t nothing like it.
    F#   A#7   B   G#
All grey and gold
F#       C#       B    F#    B    F#
Down on Jubilee Road.

[Verse 2]
        B       F#           B           F#               D#m    G#     C#
Can see Mr. Bouvier, in his two-bedroom basement in his purple dungarees.
     B               F#            B                F#             D#m   G#     C#
He’s grumpy and he’s grey, always sweeping off the pavement cigarettes and leaves.
    A#7          D#m            B            C#
His kid’s up in China and his wife’s up in heaven.
A#7       D#m                B          C#
Always I wave, ‘cause he’s got this expression
          F#  A#7  B   G#
That he’s so-- alone
F#       C#       B    F#    B    F#
Down on Jubilee Road.

[Refrain]
D#m             G#                   C#                               F#
Oh-- I think tomorrow night I will knock on his door and hear all about his life,
          A#7                                  D#m                    E
Because I think that’s the kind of thing that I might like when I’m old,
         B
When I’m old.

[Verse 3]
        B               F#            B             F#                 D#m  G#     C#
There’s Max and there’s Maude in the house by the station, call them my-- best friends.
       B             F#              B          F#                  D#m       G#        C#
But he drinks like a horse, and she don’t appreciate it, all this money he seems to spend.
      A#7          D#m              B         C#
I can hear them tonight; he can’t find no vocation.
        A#7              D#m            B        C#
And the neighbours they sigh, at that new generation
     F#  A#7   D#m    G#
Just getting stoned
F#       C#       B    F#    B   F#
Down on Jubilee Road.

[Refrain]
D#m                 G#                 C#                     F#
Oh, I think in the summertime I will call you up make everything alright,
          A#7                         D#m                    E
And we’ll fill up our cups with that bitter wine, and I’ll show you,
     B
I’ll show you..

[Verse 4]
    B              F#          B                F#              D#m         G#          C#
The mice are still here, your wardrobe’s still empty, and the walls are still paper thin.
        B             F#            B                F#                     D#m      G#         C#
And the neighbours my dear, well I think they still hate me for all these songs I endlessly sing.
           A#7                D#m       B                C#
Because it ain’t no perfect street, I ain’t no perfect lover,
    A#7         D#m             B               C#
And life it is brief, I don’t think we get no other.
F#    A#7   D#m   G#
Come back home,
F#       C#       D#m    G#
Down on Jubilee Road.
F#       C#       B     F#
Down on Jubilee Road.








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