Sun Comes Up, It's Tuesday Morning chords - Cowboy Junkies

Cowboy Junkies Lyrics




INTRO: E  A9  Bsus

E                  A9
Sun comes up, it's Tuesday morning
         Bsus
Hits me straight in the eye
            A9                           E
Guess you forgot to close the blind last night
           A9       Bsus          A9      
Oh that's right, I forgot, it was me

  A                               E             
I sure do miss the smell of black coffee in the morning,
    A                            E
The sound of water splashing all over the bathroom,
    A                                E    
The kiss that you would give me even though I was sleeping,
      Bsus             A9                            E
But I kind of like the feel of this extra few feet in my bed

E                       A9 
Telephone's ringing, but I don't answer it
                 Bsus            A9                E  
'Cause everybody knows that good news always sleeps till noon
                             A9
Guess it's tea and toast for breakfast again
  Bsus                   A9
Maybe I'll add a little T.V. too
        A        E  
No milk! God, how I hate that
         A                      E
Guess I'll go to the corner, get breakfast from Jenny
            A                            E
She's got a black eye this morning, "Jen how'd ya get it?"
           Bsus              A9                      E 
She says, "Last night, Bobby got a little bit out of hand"


E               A9     
Lunchtime, I start to dial your number
      Bsus            A9       
Then I remember so I reach for something to smoke
   E                   A9   
And anyways I'd rather listen to Coltrane
      Bsus                A9
Than go through all that sh*t again
         A                           E 
There's something about an afternoon spent doing nothing
      A                       E 
Just listening to records and watching the sun falling
       A                      E                    
Thinking of things that don't have to add up to something
      Bsus  
And this spell won't be broken
        A9                           E
By the sound of keys scr*ping in the lock

E                    A9
Maybe tonight it's a movie
      Bsus              A9   
With plenty of room for elbows and knees
                        E
A bag of popcorn all to myself,
                       A9
Black and white with a strong female lead
       Bsus                 A9
And if I don't like it, no debate, I'll leave

     A                       E             
Here comes that feeling that I'd forgotten
    A 
How strange these streets feel
     E
when you're alone on them 
     A                 E 
Each pair of eyes just filled with suggestion
      Bsus                  A9 
So I lower my head, make a beleine for home
         E
Seething inside

E                 A9
Funny, I'd never noticed
     Bsus                 A9                  E
The sound the streetcars make as they pass my window
        A9                 Bsus                   A9 
Which reminds me that I forgot to close the blind again
                A               E    
Yeah, sure I'll admit there are times when I miss you
     A                          E
Especially like now when I need someone to hold me
       A                         E
But there are some things that can never be forgiven
      Bsus 
And I just gotta tell you
         A9                           E
That I kinda like this extra few feet in my bed 

   
INTRO: E  A9  Bsus

E                  A9
Sun comes up, it's Tuesday morning
         Bsus
Hits me straight in the eye
            A9                           E
Guess you forgot to close the blind last night
           A9       Bsus          A9      
Oh that's right, I forgot, it was me

  A                               E             
I sure do miss the smell of black coffee in the morning,
    A                            E
The sound of water splashing all over the bathroom,
    A                                E    
The kiss that you would give me even though I was sleeping,
      Bsus             A9                            E
But I kind of like the feel of this extra few feet in my bed

E                       A9 
Telephone's ringing, but I don't answer it
                 Bsus            A9                E  
'Cause everybody knows that good news always sleeps till noon
                             A9
Guess it's tea and toast for breakfast again
  Bsus                   A9
Maybe I'll add a little T.V. too
        A        E  
No milk! God, how I hate that
         A                      E
Guess I'll go to the corner, get breakfast from Jenny
            A                            E
She's got a black eye this morning, "Jen how'd ya get it?"
           Bsus              A9                      E 
She says, "Last night, Bobby got a little bit out of hand"


E               A9     
Lunchtime, I start to dial your number
      Bsus            A9       
Then I remember so I reach for something to smoke
   E                   A9   
And anyways I'd rather listen to Coltrane
      Bsus                A9
Than go through all that sh*t again
         A                           E 
There's something about an afternoon spent doing nothing
      A                       E 
Just listening to records and watching the sun falling
       A                      E                    
Thinking of things that don't have to add up to something
      Bsus  
And this spell won't be broken
        A9                           E
By the sound of keys scr*ping in the lock

E                    A9
Maybe tonight it's a movie
      Bsus              A9   
With plenty of room for elbows and knees
                        E
A bag of popcorn all to myself,
                       A9
Black and white with a strong female lead
       Bsus                 A9
And if I don't like it, no debate, I'll leave

     A                       E             
Here comes that feeling that I'd forgotten
    A 
How strange these streets feel
     E
when you're alone on them 
     A                 E 
Each pair of eyes just filled with suggestion
      Bsus                  A9 
So I lower my head, make a beleine for home
         E
Seething inside

E                 A9
Funny, I'd never noticed
     Bsus                 A9                  E
The sound the streetcars make as they pass my window
        A9                 Bsus                   A9 
Which reminds me that I forgot to close the blind again
                A               E    
Yeah, sure I'll admit there are times when I miss you
     A                          E
Especially like now when I need someone to hold me
       A                         E
But there are some things that can never be forgiven
      Bsus 
And I just gotta tell you
         A9                           E
That I kinda like this extra few feet in my bed