Circumstantial Evidence (song)
/E /E /A /Ami Just because I'm wobbly on my pins /E /E /A /Ami doesn't mean I've been drinking too much gin. /E /E /A /C It might be that I can't walk the line. /E /E /A /C It might be I smell of cheap wine. /E /E /A /C But it's all just circumstantial evidence. /B /B /C /B Who're you gonna trust, me or your senses?
Just because there's powder on my nose
Just because I smell a bit of smoke,
The A minors and Cs in the first five lines come in a half-beat early.
In the final line of each verse the timing is as follows. " marks the beat, ' the half beat, and a '.' means play staccato.
. . . B B B CC B "'"'/"'"'/"'"'/"'"'
Each verse begins with an ascending bass line in the piano or bass part:
x C#D D# E " ' " ' / " ' " ' /
while the guitar plays a descending line:
x A#A G E " ' " ' / " ' " ' /
(the E marks the beginning of the verse.)