Left At London – Ballad Of Marion Zioncheck Chords on Piano & Ukulele
These are the chords for Ballad Of Marion Zioncheck by Left At London on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar, and Keyboard
[Verse 1: Left at London] Ab Marion, born December 5th, a Sagittarius Ab Mother & father, two little sisters, all were immigrants Bbm7 America was waiting for you Eb America was waiting for you Ab Marion’s family saw his humor as absurdity Ab Nevertheless, he joined the local university Bbm7 And studied for a third of his life Eb He studied for a third of his life And passed the bar Fm7 Eb Ab He was a lawyer, working for free Db Eb And was fervid in speech Fm7 Eb Ab All of the workers that he’d protect Db Eb Say he practiced what he preached
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[Verse 2: Left at London] Ab Hated the mayor, so he petitionеd to recall the guy Ab For he attеmpted selling off Seattle City Light Bbm7 Two hundred thousand names on the form Eb Two hundred thousand names on the form Ab He, with the people on his side, became a congressman Ab Winning a district often taken by Republicans Bbm7 To Washington from Washington State Eb To Washington from Washington State At thirty-two Fm7 Eb Ab When re-elected everyone loved him Db Eb Except for his peers Fm7 Eb Ab A coalition set on his downfall Db Eb Would form in his last years [Bridge: Left at London] Ab Ab Cm He married a woman he knew for a week 'cause he couldn’t wait Ab Ab Cm Db Took part in a riot while Eb still on his honeymoon Ab Ab Cm They took him away in a jacket to the sanitarium Ab Ab Cm Db Declared as insane, Eb jumped the fence of the place, & soon Dbm Returning home, Ab announced his re-election Db Eb Eb Then called the campaign off again Ab Almost as if becoming lesser like Bbm7 Eb yourself had been an art Ab Marion, less subdued & sober, Bbm7 Eb saw the world observe him fall apart
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[Verse 3: Left at London] Ab He wrote a note & left his window several stories high Ab Landed abruptly near the car his wife was waiting by Bbm7 They say she changed the day that he died Eb They say she changed the day that he died Ab And in the note, he said his only hope in life had been Ab That he’d improve upon the way the world was living in Bbm7 But people only knew him as strange Eb The people only knew him as strange And nothing more Fm7 Eb Ab Were you a genius, were you a fool Db Eb Or in need of a cure? Fm7 Eb Ab Was it in anger, was it in fear Db Eb Or had it been in fervor? [Outro: Left at London] Ab All of the quirks we used to have are now a symptom of Ab Acronyms we don’t get to know that we’re the victims of Bbm7 Then people say that we’ll never change Eb And so, of course, we don’t ever change But still, we try
Born and brought up in Lagos, traveled a bit for School. Currently exploring interests in Software Technology. For fun he sings, writes music, and perform mostly with friends.