[Intro]

 F#m A E D#m 


[Verse 1]

 F#m A E D#m 
She’s the sort of girl you find early in the morning, somewhere at the markets morning eyes,
 Fm A E D#m 
& she is the sort of girl you find down by the sea, for the sea never left,
 Fm A E D#m 
& I don’t know much about her because I met her at the markets didn’t ask her name,
 Fm A E D#m 
But her eyes were soft & her words were the same,


[Chorus]

 F#m A E D#m 
These were things that I, things that I was sure about,
  F#m A E D#m 
These were things where I, things where I felt the same,
  F#m A E D#m 
Now that I’m trying, now that I’m singing softly again,
  F#m A E D#m 
Same way she said thankyou when I told her she was beautiful,

 
[Verse 2]

 F#m A E D#m 
She’s the sort of girl you find early in the winter, cold wetsuit in hand and she’s,
 F#m A E D#m 
The sort of girl you find down by the sea, for the sea it always comes where she goes,
  F#m A E     
And she is the sort of girl that your father would love,
                        D#m 
your mum would be so proud to show some things,
  F#m A E D#m 
and her eyes were soft & love is the same,

 
[Chorus]
 
 F#m A E D#m 
These were things that I, things that I was sure about,
  F#m A E D#m 
These were things where I, things where I felt the same,
  F#m A E D#m 
Now that I’m trying, now that I’m singing softly again,
  F#m A E D#m 
Same way she said thankyou when I told her she was beautiful,


[Verse 3]   

 F#m A E D#m 
Warm coffee on your lips, warm coffee on your lips, warm coffee on mine,
 F#m A E D#m 
Warm coffee on your lips, warm coffee on your lips, warm coffee in the morning light,
 F#m A E D#m 
Warm coffee on lips, warm coffee on your lips warm coffee on mine,
    F#m A E D#m 
& there was something in these thankyous there was something that was beautiful.


[Verse 4]

 F#m A E D#m 
She’s the sort of girl you find early in the morning, somewhere at the markets morning eyes,
 F#m A E D#m 
& she is the sort of girl you find down by the sea, for the sea never left,
 F#m A E D#m 
& I don’t know much about her because I met her at the markets didn’t ask her name,
 F#m A E D#m 
But her eyes were soft & her words were the same,
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