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The Grande Affaire Lyrics And Guitar Chords. Written By Ralph Mc Tell and recorded by Ralph and The Fureys. The video below is of The Furey Brothers And Davie Arthur.

Take[C] a boat[Em] who needs the[Am] car
We leave[C] here take this[Em] seat beside the[Am] door
Well im[F] not hungry[Dm7] much now are[G] you
Is it[C] ok if I[Em] share yours with[Am] you
I have no[G] money and I[C] think I be[E]live that you[F] knew
[C]Remember the[Em] moon on the[Am] wall did she [F]shine
[C]Taste of the[Em] sheets and the[Am] feel of the[F] wine
[C]Wasn't I[Em] glad that[Am] you were[F] mine
In the[G] grande a[C]ffaire
Take a boat mabey a plane
Anywhere now 'cept Greece or Spain
Oh sure I know where I am
I see canals this is Amsterdam
I got friends here and they know
And they can say who I am

Remember the room without the view
Frightened of meeting someone that we knew
No farewells or how do you do
In the grande affaire
Now I've stayed at the best hotels
And there's white coat waiters attend me
And I look at the beautiful girls
Do they really belive they can bend me
Well I drive now seldom I walk
I can speak French but I'd rather not talk
Which suit will I wear tonight
Take out the brown but in the end wear the white
Out of shade stepping out and moving into the light
Remember the moon on the wall did she shine
The year was all wrong so we sent back the wine
Wasn't you glad that you were all mine
In the grande affaire


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