Peter Alsop

Music for Children and Adults

Good Time

From the album Asleep At The Helm Buy Now

  

 

 

 

I see that you’re alone

Y’look like someone I once knew

I’m just a little drunk, but do you mind?

I hope I haven’t blown (repeat)

My chances here with you

What I’m about to say sounds like a line

 

Cho: Well, I’ve made it this far

I came out to have a good time,

And here you are,

I came out to have a good time

And would you like to share a glass of wine?

Cause I’m alone in here

And I came out to have a good time.

 

 

 

 

 

This elevator goes so slow

When you look at me that way

I’ll ride up and see you to your door

First you tell me “No”

Then your husband’s gone, you say,

Sure, you slip into something else, I can’t

     think anymore

 

Chorus (And even though the evening’s going fine)

 

I’m sorry if I hurt you

God, you kiss like silk and velvet

I’m dizzy and so light that I could fly

You’re really good, you know

But I guess I’d better go

I don’t know why it is, sometimes I cry

Chorus (And even though your body’s holding mine,)

 

I came out, ... to have a good time

 

Written by Peter Alsop, © 1976, Moose School Music (BMI)

On Asleep At The Helm and Songs On Sex & Sexuality – www.peteralsop.com

  

E2D

Pick figure [d0-g2-b3-d0/d2-g0-b3/

d4-g0h2-b3/d4-g0-d2/]2x

 

D-A7sus4-D (use pick fig)

D-A7sus4-D

Em7-A7sus4-A7

 

 

 

 

G(020033)-D, (G-D)

G-D

G-D, (G-D)

G-D

Em-F#m-A7sus4-A7

Bm(024432)

Em7-A7sus4, (intro pick)D-A7sus4-D

 

Pick fig2 w bass [e0+{d0-g2-b3-d0}

/a0+{d2-g0-b3}/e0+{d4-g0h2-b3}

/e0+{d4-g0}-a0+{d2/}]

 

(use pick fig2)