Drink Chords and Lyrics by Jamie Cullum
Artist : Jamie Cullum
Song : Drink
|Jamie Cullum - Drink|
Verse 1 : F A Truth, truth isn't something I learned Dm I feel like it's something you earn Bb G/Bb Restless and hungry for future stories F A Of days where we all live our lives in the graves Dm And the hymns of your heroes of phrase Bb G/Bb Don't lose your memories prematurely Pre Chorus : Dm Fmaj C/F Bdim If it's true what they say about love and affection Bb Dm G/Eb Bb I'll open my eyes to a door that is flowing with Bb Flowing with, flowing with Chorus : A Em Drink, drinking in all of the sunshine D Reminding ourselves that there's no time A G To wander around in the cold Verse 2 : F Fmaj7 Pain, pain is just part of your day F7 So suck it up, learn how to play Fadd6 Fmaj And down your first pint of the sunshine stories F A It's true if it's all over now, baby blue Dm Did you listen when I told you to Bb G/Bb Live out your life in a blaze of glory? Pre Chorus : Dm Fmaj C/F Bdim If it's true what they say about learning to love her Bb Dm G/Eb Bb I'll open my eyes to a door that is flowing with Bb Flowing with, flowing with Chorus : A Em Drink, drinking in all of the sunshine D Reminding ourselves that there's no time Bm To wander around in the cold Bridge : C#/A Cold water D E/A The cold, cold water Fdim F#min The cold, cold water G G#/E The cold, cold water Chorus : A Amaj7 Drink, drinking in all of the sunshine A7 Reminding ourselves that there's no time Aadd6 Amaj To wander around in the cold, the cold Outro : A C# Pain, pain is just part of your day F#min So suck it up, learn how to play Bm C#/A And down your first pint of the sunshine, baby D E/A The sunshine, baby Fmaj F#min The sunshine, baby G G#/E A The sunshine, baby
About Jamie Cullum
His Jewish father, whose mother had managed to flee Nazi Germany, was born in Jerusalem. His mother, whose father was Indian and mother Burmese, was born in Burma; when the Japanese invaded, the family left Burma and moved to Wales, with his mother aged five.
Cullum was born in Rochford, Essex, but was brought up in Hullavington, north of Chippenham, Wiltshire. He attended Grittleton House School until the age of 15, followed by Sheldon School in Chippenham. He rejected a place to study English Literature at the University of Oxford in favour of reading English Literature and Film Studies at the University of Reading, from which he graduated with First Class Honours.
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