/ Rufus Wainwright / Here's Rufus' comment on this song on the bonus disc
/ Perfect Man / of the album:
/ Out of the Game / "Perfect Man; I've written it for Neil Tennant,
/___________________/ actually, from the Pet Shop Boys. He thought it had too
many chords in it, which, you know, maybe he was right.
But Mark insisted that we keep trying, and now it's, I don't know; there's
something about that track, which once again is... He saw a certain brilliance
in that. And other people are picking up on it as well. The other thing that's
very important about it; it's a lovely opportunity for Martha my sister to sing
back-up. She's on every one of my records, except for Lulu. But it does have a
lot of chords. There's a lot of chords in that song. And I have to learn them... Again."
1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & Such a line indicates one bar of 4/4. The placing of the
+=---=---=---=---+ first letter in a chord name indicates when it is played.