Cest La Vie

#----------------------------------PLEASE NОТЕ---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# Date: Sun, 30 Nov 1997 12:02:08 -0500 From: Rob Michel Subject: cestlavie C'est La Vie (Emerson, Lake and Palmer) C'est la (Am)vie, have your (G)leaves all turned to brown Will you (Am)scatter them (G)around you, (Am)C'est la vie Do you (Am)love, and then (G)how am I to know If you (Am)don't let your love (G)show for me, (Am)C'est la vie (D)О-oh, c'est la (Am)vie, (D)О-oh, c'est la (Am)vie Who (G)knows, who (B)cares for (E)me, C'est la (Am)vie In the night, do you light a lover's fire Do the ashes of desire for you remain Like the sea there's a love to deep to show Took a storm before my love flowed for you, C'est la vie Like a song, out of tune and out of time All I needed was a ryhme for you, C'est la vie Do you give, do you live from day to day Is there no song I can play for you, C'est la vie ________________________ NОТЕS This is how I play C'est La Vie, by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The French titel (pronounced: sailavee) literally means: it's (c'est) the (la) life (vie). The song is on the Works Live album, and was written by Lake and Sinfield. Enjoy! RobMichel@Compuserve.com. This version: nov'97.