Текст песни «Weird Al» Yankovic — Jackson Park Express + аккорды для гитары
Вступление D C Tuesday morning, 8:15 D I was riding to work on the G F Jackson Park Express D C Seemed like any other day D Then my whole world changed G F A In a way I never could have guessed G Cause she walked in, oh oh oh oh oh A C G Took the seat right across the aisle A G I knew we had a special connection A C The second I saw her smile G A She smiled as if to say D A/C# Bm "Hello, Haven't seen you on this bus before" G A I gave her a look that said D A/C# Bm Bm7 Em "Huh, Life is funny, you never know what's in store G A By the way, your hair is beautiful C D I bet it smells like raisins" G C D She looked at me in a way that asked Bm "Did you have a nose job or something? C G C G C Bb I'm only asking, cause your nose looks slightly better A Than the rest of your face" Am G F I arched my eyebrow, ever so slightly A G A Which was my way of asking D D/C D/B D/A G "Do you want my old Hewlett-Packard printer? G F It still works, Kinda D D/C D/B D/A G E And I got a bunch of ink cartridges left" A D A Then, she let out a long sigh G A Which, I took to mean, "Uh" D G A "Mama, What is that deodorant you're wearing? A It's intoxicating D G E F# Why don't we drive out to the country sometime? G A G G/F# G/E D And collect deer ticks in a zip-lock baggie", Oh yeah F# F#7 Bm G D I gave her a penetrating stare F# Which could only mean D G D G D "You are my answer, my answer to everything F C Which is why, I'll probably do very poorly G D On the written part of my driver's test" C G A D D Yes, It all happened C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express D C D A G I knew she was starting to fall for me A D Cause she crinkled her nose, which unmistakably meant D C Bb "Baby, lets wear each other's clothes A And speak in a fake German accent Bb F C Dm And, maybe someday we can own and operate Dm Bb C F A Our own mobile pet-grooming service" Dm Bb I couldn't hold back my feelings F C Dm I gave her a look that said D# Bb F "I would make any sacrifice for your love F Goat, chicken, whatever D# Bb F I could never hold you close enough F D# Bb Let's have our bodies surgically grafted together F Oh, surgically grafted together" F# G# Fm Bbm She picked up her newspaper, and started reading to herself B F# G# Which I'm sure, was a way of telling me C# B "When you're cold, I will warm you C# B When you're shivering, I will hold you C# B F# When you’re nauseous, I will give you Pepto-Bismol every hour F# E For as long as the symptoms persist" C G D B Oh, I, I never, ever want to see you cry Em C G D C So, please let me cauterize your tear ducts with an arc welder G D A F# Then, I glanced down, at her shirt, for a second Bm G D In a way that clearly implied A G D "I like your boobs” C G A D D Yes, It all happened C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express D C D F G Em Am I cleared my throat quietly, and then, I looked away Bb F C And I'm sure it was obvious to her, just what I was trying to say D# I was trying to say, "Hey Bb F C D# I'd like to make a wall-sized mural out of all the dead skin cells Bb F That you slough off while you sleep at night" D# Bb F Whoa-o-Oh, "I'd like to rip you wide open F C D# Bb F And french-kiss every single one of your internal organs D# Bb F Oh, I'd like to remove all your skin, and wear your skin, over my own skin D# Bb F But not in a creepy way" G# D# Bb F Then, I'm pretty sure, she looked at me, out of the corner of her good eye G# D# F Bb And, though, she never spoke a word, this is exactly what I heard D# She was saying, "Oh! G# C# G# I wanna make out with you, in an abandoned toll-booth, C# G# D# In the middle of a monsoon G# C# G# I wanna ride dolphins with you, in the moonlight C# G# D# Until the staff at Sea World kicks us out G# C# G# D# I want you inside me, oh, like a tapeworm" E A B G# I pointed to the side of my mouth, as a way of indicating A E B "Hey, I think you got something on the side of your mouth" G# C#m C#m/B A She licked the corner of her lips, as if to say E/G# B/A E "Here?", I nodded, implying, "Yeah, you got it" A E B G# C#m And, then the bus stopped, at 53rd Street, and she got up suddenly A E B "Where are you going?” pleaded my eyes, G# C#m "Baby, don't you do this to me C G D C Think of the beautiful children we could have someday G D Em We could school them at home, Raise them up the right way F C And protect them from the evils of the world B7 Em C G Like Trigonometry and Prime Numbers, oh oh no D G Baby, please don't go" Am C Am She brushed my leg, as she left the bus Am I'm sure that was her way of saying G G7 C "I'm sorry this just isn't working out D You're suffocating me G G7 C D I need some space to find out what life's all about Em F G So, goodbye forever,(ahah) my love" G D A And deep inside, I knew she was right G D A It was time for us both to move on C G D And though, I never got her number, oh no no C G D She never bothered to leave her address, oh C G A But, as long as I live, I'll never forget D Those precious moments we shared together C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express C G D On the Jackson Park Express!