Factory by Martha Wainwright

C – Am – F – G throughout

C

These are not my people, I should never have come here

Am

The chick with the dick and the gift for the gab

F

I know a place, I’ve seen the face

G

And I’ll take the coast from factory to factory

C

These nights that I have been all alone

Am

And through my window the moonlight she shone

F

And on my walls the fire she danced

G

Playing out my very last chance to

C

run…run…run…run…

Am

Don’t look back, you’re moving too fast

F

I know a place, I’ve seen the face

G

And I’ll take the high road from factory to factory

Oh yeah…

There are millions and millions of people around

On my TV, walking my streets, making sounds

And I can walk with them I ,

I love them, I need them I

But there are others I have known as poor souls, sores exposed

To the run-of-the-mill, the destitute and the cold

Sores exposed to the blisters and shards

Where any kind of kindness is as far as the sun

The sun…the sun…the sun…run…run…run…

I know a place, I’ve seen a face

And I’ll take the coast from factory to factory

Oh yeah…

These are not my people, I should never have come here

I’ve turned to the ghosts in all their glory

I know a place, I’ve seen a face

And I’ll take the high road from factory to factory

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