Eine Kleine Middle Klasse Musik
Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Look at all the nice things money can buy Em7 Em6 Everyday there's more and more Em7 Em6 Do you ever stop and wonder why Em7 Em6 You're neither rich nor poor? Am B Em Am B Em Eine Kleine Middle Klasse Musik Em7 Em6 Dropping off the school kids in the second car Em7 Em6 Parking on the yellow line Em7 Em6 Getting in the shopping on a credit card Em7 Em6 Knowing how to choose a wine Am B Em Am B C D Eine Kleine Middle Klasse Musik G G7 Proud of your home and your neighborhood C A It's so up and coming that you feel so good! F C G This is freedom in a land of plenty F C G You get nowhere if you just stand still F C G You got to hold on to what you got as best you can F C Em7 Em6 Cause if you don't someone else will Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Look at all the nice things money can buy Em7 Em6 Every day there's more and more Em7 Em6 Do you ever stop and wonder why Em7 Em6 You need to lock your door? Am B Em Loneliness is all that people ever share Am B Em Smuggling their pain through "Nothing to Declare" Am B Em Living next to people who agree to disagree Am B Em Happy in their pie chart society Am B Em Am B Em Eine Kleine Middle Klasse Musik Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6 Em7 Em6
That's me, except for the wine part. And the up and coming neighborhood part, I live in a regular old house. I do lock my door, sorry, but not all of the windows all of the time... and I don't park on yellow lines, that's right out. And I share other stuff, never loneliness... okay, so maybe this song isn't about me at all. I'm more of the 'I Give Myself To You' sort, I guess, with a bit of 'Busy Day' thrown in. And another thing.... wait a minute, this isn't going on the page, is it? Oh, crikey!