#----------------------------PLEASE NOTE-----------------------------#
# This represents the author's own work and interpretation of the    #
# song. To be used only for private study, scholarship, or research. #

Artist: Belle & Sebastian
 Album: Tigermilk
  Song: My Wandering Days Are Over


Tabbed by: justin@indieguitartabs.com

Intro: D  Dsus2  (just fiddle with the D)

You know my wandering days are over
          A                     F#m
Does that mean that I'm getting boring?
You tell me
I'm tired of listening to myself
             G                                 D
I'm tired of fixing things for Michael and the rest of them
You know my bip-bopping days are over
           A                F#m                    G
I hung my boots up and then retired from the disco floor

Now the centre of my so called being is
                                                  D            A
The space between your bed and wardrobe with the louvre doors

I said "My celibate days are over"
           A                     F#m                  G
You put me straight on the finer points of my speech rehearsed

In the mirror of my steamy bathroom
                                        D          A
Where the lino tells a sorry story in a monologue (in a monologue)

D                  G
Six months on, the winter's gone
D                 G
The disenchanted pony
D                        G
Left the town with the circus boy
D                  G
The circus boy got lonely
D                      G
It's summer, and it's sister song's
D                      G
Been written for the lonely
D                 G            C
The circus boy is feeling melancholy

It's got to be fate that's doing it
         A               F#m                    G
A spooky witch in a sexy dress has been bugging me

With the story of the way it should be
With the story of Sebastian and Belle the singer

You know my my one man band is over
          A                  F#m               G
I hit the drum for the final time and I walked away

I saw you in a Japanese restaurant
You were doing it for business men on the piano, Belle
You said it was a living Hell
You said that it was Hell