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ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE Words and Music by PHIL COLLINS ‘Moderately Fim e Bm? Fim? E Bm? eo of) Oe ie eR 2 Fn E Bn Fim? verse * FH ted et 1. She calls out to the man on the street, “Sir can you help_ See lyrics for verses 2, 3 & 4(%) mp e Fle? E Bm? es {He “I's cold and T've no - where to sleep, — aH ie bee! € 1989 Pu COLLINS LID. ne iT & RUN MUSIC PUBLISHING) LT. Align Conraled and Azminiered by EH APL MUSING. ‘nigh Reserved enaionel Cope Secure. Used by Perma Fim E/E Dmai7/F# think twice, ‘cos it's an - oth-er day for you and me in E/FE te think — twice, ‘cos it's a nother day for you, you and me in pa - ra- dise._ E e Bm? ttt en EB cn (8) Just think a-bout— it Think a-bout_ Fin? E = de iy recutes (8) Think a- bout it, BG Fam E 3“ i ‘att ane = — is there no-thing more a-ny-bo-dy can do,— di Ea ta there must be some-thing you can say, DM. a1Coda CODA ber ts Bm? HR i Iesjust_ an = oth-er day for It's just an VERSE 2. He walks on, doesn’t look back, He pretends he can’t hear hei Starts to whistle as he crosses the street, Seems embarrased to be there. VERSE 3. She calls out to the man on the street, He can see she’s been crying, She’s got blisters on the soles of her feet, She can’t walk, but she’s trying. VERSE 4: (%) You can tell from the lines on her face, You can see that she’s been there. Probably been moved on from every place, “Cos she didn’t fit in there